Joe Utichi contributes to Deadline’s UK coverage.

Michael Haneke’s Amour proved to be the favorite tonight at the London Film Critics Circle Awards, bagging wins for Best Film and Best Screenwriter for Haneke and earning Emmanuelle Riva a Best Actress prize. The org’s annual chance to fraternize with film stars may have been mildly hampered by snowy conditions in the capital, as none of team Amour made it to collect and there were no-shows also from The Master pair Joaquin Phoenix and Philip Seymour Hoffman, who won Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor respectively. The staunch critics favorites had seven nominations apiece. Rafe Spall collected Ang Lee’s Best Director prize for Life of Pi, and Les Misérables producer Debra Hayward accepted Best Supporting Actress on behalf of Anne Hathaway. Toby Jones took home Best British Actor for Berberian Sound Studio, which also won Best British Film, and Olivia Colman was on hand to accept Andrea Riseborough’s Best British Actress prize for Shadow Dancer. Rectifying a key oversight in the BAFTA’s Rising Star nominations, tonight’s awards did honor The Impossible‘s Tom Holland for Young British Performer of the Year, and Alice Lowe and Steve Oram were named Breakthrough British Filmmakers for their script work on Sightseers, in which they also starred. A complete list of winners follows: 

FILM – Amour
FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM – Rust and Bone
DOCUMENTARY – The Imposter
BRITISH FILM – Berberian Sound Studio
ACTOR – Joaquin Phoenix – The Master
ACTRESS – Emmanuelle Riva – Amour
SUPPORTING ACTOR Philip Seymour Hoffman – The Master
SUPPORTING ACTRESS – Anne Hathaway – Les Misérables
BRITISH ACTOR Toby Jones – Berberian Sound Studio
BRITISH ACTRESS Andrea Riseborough – Shadow Dancer
YOUNG BRITISH PERFORMER OF THE YEAR – Tom Holland – The Impossible
DIRECTOR – Ang Lee – Life of Pi
SCREENWRITER – Michael Haneke – Amour
BREAKTHROUGH BRITISH FILMMAKER – Alice Lowe & Steve Oram, writers – Sightseers
TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD – Life of Pi – Bill Westenhofer, visual effects
DILYS POWELL AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN FILM – Helena Bonham Carter

TOP 10 FILMS
1. Amour
2. The Master
3. Life Of Pi
4. Argo
5. Beasts Of The Southern Wild
6. Zero Dark Thirty
7. Once Upon A Time In Anatolia
8. Django Unchained
9. Tabu
10. Rust And Bone

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