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32nd London Film Critics Circle Awards - Winners

Premiere Scene’s Claire & Anthony Bueno caught up with the worthy 32nd London Film Critics Circle Award winners Kenneth Branagh - Best Supporting Actor (My week with Marilyn); Andrew Haigh - Breakthrough British Filmmaker (Weekend); Michael Fassbender - British Actor of the Year (Shame & A Dangerous Method; Craig Roberts - Young British Performer of the Year (Submarine); Olivia Colman - British Actress of the Year (The Iron Lady, Tyrannosaur), Donald Sutherland - Presenting Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Cinema Award to Nicolas Roeg, Lynne Ramsay - British Film of the Year (We Need To Talk About Kevin), Michel Hazanavicius - Film of the Year, Director of the Year & Jean Dujardin - Actor of the Year (The Artist); Asif Kapadia & his winning team - Documentary of the Year (Senna)

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Shame Press Conference & Premiere

Premiere Scene's Claire and Anthony Bueno stripped down their questions and discover the naked truth as Steve McQueen's critically acclaimed film SHAME screens at the 55th BFI London Film Festival.

Producer Iain Canning tells of his collaboration with McQueen; co-screenwriter Abi Morgan speaks of the honesty intended in the film as it deals with sensitive nature of male sexual addiction. Director McQueen explains the risks in making the film, while award winning actor Michael Fassbender provides insight into his unique acting style.

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