British Independent Film Awards 2015- FINAL PREDICTIONS

45 years
BIFA nominees Tom Courtenay and Charlotte Rampling in 45 Years, which is nominated for 6 awards this evening.

The British Independent Film Awards are tonight, so I thought I’d put up my predictions of who I think will be going home with wins tonight. Make sure you stream it live at the Moet BIFA Website at 7:00pm GMT. Let’s get on with it:

Best British Independent Film: 45 Years

Best Director: Alex Garland- Ex_Machina

Best Actress: Charlotte Rampling- 45 Years

Best Actor: Tom Hardy- Legend

Best Supporting Actress: Olivia Colman- The Lobster

Best Supporting Actor: Sean Harris- Macbeth

Most Promising Newcomer: Bel Powley- A Royal Night Out

The Douglas Hickox Award: Paul Katis- Kajaki: A True Story

Best Screenplay: Alex Garland- Ex_Machina

Best Achievement in Production: Ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney, Yorgos Lanthimos, Lee Magiday- The Lobster

Best Documentary: Amy

Best Foreign Independent Film: Carol

The Moet British Independent Film Awards are tonight at 7:00pm GMT.

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