It's already made more money at the UK box office than any other movie, but the team behind the latest James Bond film 'Skyfall' are hoping for more success at the London Evening Standard British Film Awards at County Hall tonight. The action blockbuster is one of three candidates vying for the Film of the Year award.
Also nominated is the black comedy 'Sightseers' about a pair of holidaymakers who commence a murder spree.
The final nominee is 'Berberian Sound Studio' which stars Toby Jones. It is the story of a sound engineer who gets a job at an Italian horror film studio.
Daniel Day-Lewis could add to his collection of awards after being nominated in the Best Actor category for his portrayal of Abraham Lincoln in Steven Spielberg's historical epic 'Lincoln'. Toby Jones is also nominated in the category along with Eddie Redmayne.
Here is the list of nominations:
- Berberian Sound Studio
- Daniel Day-Lewis (Lincoln)
- Toby Jones (Berberian Sound Studio)
- Eddie Redmayne (Les Miserables)
- Alice Lowe (Sightseers)
- Charlotte Rampling (I, Anna)
- Andrea Riseborough (Shadow Dancer)
- Tom Bradby (Shadow Dancer)
- Malcolm Campbell (What Richard Did)
- Paul Laverty (The Angels Share)
London Film Museum Award for Technical Achievement
- Jacqueline Durran, Sarah Greenwood, Seamus McGarvey (Anna Karenina)
- David Raedeker (My Brother the Devil)
- Ben Richardson (Beasts of the Southern Wild)
Peter Sellers Award for Comedy
- Chris O'Dowd (actor, The Sapphires)
- Martin McDonagh (writer/director, Seven Psychopaths)
- Ben Wheatley (director, Sightseers)
Most Promising Newcomer
- Paul Brannigan (actor, The Angels Share)
- Sally El Hosaini (writer/director, My Brother the Devil)
- James Floyd (actor, My Brother the Devil)
- The Imposter
- London: The Modern Babylon