Cinema's champagne of choice, Moët & Chandon, joined forces with the British film industry this year to announce the Moët British Independent Film Awards. 

The first ever title sponsor for the Awards, Moët & Chandon is a name that has always been associated with luxury and opulence.

The winners of the award were announced at a glitterati event held at Old Billingsgate in London on December 5, 2010.

The award ceremony hosted by James Nesbitt was a remarkable occasion packed with some of the best talents in the industry.

Moët & Chandon is synonymous with the glamour of cinema and fabulous celebration and has a long-standing tradition of being present at prestigious film events across the globe. Through the Moët British Independent Film Awards we are delighted to toast the achievements of the British Film Industry and support its most talented members, said Emelie de Vitis, Marketing Manager at Moët & Chandon, UK in a statement.

The King's Speech won the most awards, including five trophies for Best Film, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Best Screenplay.  Monsters also picked up an impressive number of three awards.

Winners and nominees at this year's Moët British Independent Film Awards were invited to raise funds for their favorite charities by toasting with a mini bottle of Moët & Chandon.