2002 Winners Announced 5th British Independent Film Awards

Friday, October 11, 2002

Winners Announced for the 5th Annual BRITISH INDEPENDENT FILM AWARDS

Winners Announced for the 5th Annual BRITISH INDEPENDENT FILM AWARDS sponsored by Park Caledonia – Wednesday 30th October 2002 at Pacha, London, SW1

Best Foreign Film (Foreign Language):
Supported by Amnesty International
Monsoon Wedding

Most Promising Newcomer:
Supported by Raindance
Martin Compston (Sweet Sixteen)

The Douglas Hickox Award (Debut Director):
Lindy Heymann & Christian Taylor (Showboy)

Best Technical Achievement:
Alwin Kuchler DoP (Morvern Callar)

Special Jury Prize:
Brian Tufano

Best Screenplay:
Supported by BBC Films
Tom Hunsinger & Neil Hunter -The Lawless Heart

Best Foreign Film (English Language):
Supported by UGC Cinemas
Lantana

Outstanding Contribution by an Actor:
Richard Harris

Most Effective Distribution Campaign:
Supported by launchingfilms.com
Christie Malry’s Own Double Entry

Best Actor:
James Nesbitt (BloodySunday)

Best Achievement in Production:
Supported by FilmFinders
24 Hour Party People

The Lifetime Achievement Award:
George Harrison

Best Actress:
Supported by Soho House
Samantha Morton (Morvern Callar)

Best Director:
Supported by Creative Partnership
Paul Greengrass (Bloody Sunday)

The Variety UK Personality Award:
Ewan McGregor

Best British Independent Film:
Sponsored by Park Caledonia
Sweet Sixteen

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