'Pride' wins big at British Independent Film Awards

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'Pride' wins big at British Independent Film Awards
8th December 2014

Last night the British Independent Film Awards took place at the Old Billingsgate Market in Monument. Brendan Gleeson bagged Best Actor for Calvary, and Gugu Mbatha-Raw won Best Actress for Belle, while Benedict Cumberbatch received the Variety Award and Emma Thompson won the Outstanding Contribution Award. 

Jake Tupman was on the red carpet.

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