The London Critics’ Circle Film Awards 2022 acknowledges the most influential movies of the year 2022. The Critics Circle started in 1913 as an association for working British critics. It has nearly 300 members and comprises four sections drama, music, film and dance. The film section consists of more than 180 members from backgrounds like publications, broadcast media and the internet throughout the UK. This year director Jane Campion’s ‘The Power of the Dog’ won four major awards at the 42nd annual London Critics’ Circle Film Awards 2022.
On Sunday, ‘The Power of the Dog’ won film of the year with Jane Campion winning the director of the year. The lead actor of the film Benedict Cumberbatch also won the actor of the year including Kodi Smit-McPhee winning the supporting actor of the year award. This is Campion’s second film to take the Circle’s top honour, 28 years after ‘The Piano’ won in 1994, reports Variety.
Check Out The Power of the Dog Trailer Which Won Film of the Year in The London Critics’ Circle Film Awards 2022:
Olivia Colman’s performance in Maggie Gyllenhaal’s ‘The Lost Daughter’, which was snubbed at the BAFTA nominations, earned her the actress of the year award in the London Critics’ Circle Film Awards 2022. This is Colman’s third award from the Circle, having previously won for ‘Tyrannosaur’ and ‘The Favourite’.
Joanna Hogg’s ‘The Souvenir Part II’ won British/Irish film of the year, two years after its predecessor ‘The Souvenir’ won the same honour in London Critics’ Circle Film Awards 2022. It was one of three films for which Tilda Swinton won the British/Irish actress of the year award, along with ‘Memoria’ and ‘The French Dispatch’.
Here is The Trailer Of Memoria:
Rebecca Hall’s ‘Passing’ won the breakthrough British/Irish filmmaker award, as well as supporting actress of the year for Ruth Negga. Andrew Garfield won the British/Irish actor of the year award for his performances in ‘Tick, Tick… Boom!’, ‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’, ‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’ and ‘Mainstream’, while 11-year-old Woody Norman won the young British/Irish performer prize for ‘C’mon C’mon’.
Ryusuke Hamaguchi’s ‘Drive My Car’ won foreign language film of the year, while Hamaguchi and co-writer Takamasa Oe won the screenwriter of the year award. BAFTA frontrunner ‘Dune’ won a technical achievement award for visual effects.
For the second year in a row, London Critics’ Circle Film Awards 2022 took place virtually on the London Critics’ Circle. YouTube channel, this time with critics presenting awards remotely from the ceremony’s usual home at The May Fair Hotel. The ‘Play It Safe’ team, which won the British/Irish short film award, were present to receive their award and all other winners provided video messages.Instagram & Facebook to keep yourself updated with the latest news and reviews.