KEY POINTS

  • "The Souvenir" leads the noms with seven nominations, including Best Picture
  • "1917," "The Irishman" receives six nominations each
  • The winners will be announced at the Circle’s annual awards ceremony at London’s May Fair Hotel on Jan. 30, 2020.

Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” and Sam Mendes’ “1917” have nabbed six nominations each at the London Critics’ Circle film awards while British movie “The Souvenir” is leading the nominations with whopping seven noms.

According to Deadline, the movie directed by Joanna Hogg has received seven nominations, including Best Picture. Tilda Swinton has been included on the list of actresses battling it out for Best Supporting Actress while actor Tom Burke will compete for the Best Actor trophy.

Meanwhile, it was Scorsese’s crime drama that got nominated across all the major categories. The movie will compete against “Joker,” “Knives Out,” “1917,” “Parasite” and “Midsommar” in the Best Picture category.

Directors like Bong Joon Ho, Todd Phillips, Mendes, Pedro Almodovar and Celine Sciamma are competing for the trophy in the Best Director category.

Florence Pugh is the only one to receive double nominations for her stellar work in “Little Woman” and “Midsommar.” Pugh will compete against Scarlett Johansson, Lupita Nyong’O, Charlize Theron and Renee Zellweger for the Best Actress trophy. Meanwhile, the “Little Women” star will also be up for the Best Supporting Actress award during the ceremony. Laura Dern, Jennifer Lopez, Margot Robbie and Swinton are also nominated.

Not just that, Pugh is also in the running for the Best British/Irish Actress of the Year.

On the other hand, Antonio Banderas has made the cut in the Best Actor list for his impeccable acting skills in the Spanish movie “Pain And Glory.” Other actors nominated include the likes of Adam Driver, Joaquin Phoenix, Robert De Niro, and Burke.

Surprisingly, Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood” could not get nominated for two awards. A Best Supporting Actor nod for Pitt and a nomination in the Technical Achievement category.

Al Pacino and Joe Pesci have both been nominated in the Best Supporting Actor category while Shia LaBeouf is also included on the list.

The winners will be announced at the annual awards ceremony at London’s May Fair Hotel on Jan. 30, 2020.

The full set of nominees is as follows:

FILM OF THE YEAR
“The Irishman”
“Joker”
“Knives Out”
“Marriage Story”
“Midsommar”
“1917”
“Pain And Glory”
“Parasite”
“Portrait Of A Lady On Fire”
“The Souvenir”

DIRECTOR OF THE YEAR
Martin Scorsese - “The Irishman”
Sam Mendes - “1917”
Pedro Almodóvar - “Pain And Glory”
Bong Joon-ho - “Parasite”
Céline Sciamma - “Portrait Of A Lady On Fire”

ACTRESS OF THE YEAR
Scarlett Johansson - “Marriage Story”
Lupita Nyong’O - “Us”
Florence Pugh - “Midsommar”
Charlize Theron - “Bombshell”
Renée Zellweger - “Judy”

ACTOR OF THE YEAR
Antonio Banderas - “Pain And Glory”
Tom Burke - “The Souvenir”
Robert De Niro - “The Irishman”
Adam Driver - “Marriage Story”
Joaquin Phoenix - “Joker”

SUPPORTING ACTRESS OF THE YEAR
Laura Dern - “Marriage Story”
Jennifer Lopez - “Hustlers”
Florence Pugh - “Little Women”
Margot Robbie - “Bombshell”
Tilda Swinton - “The Souvenir”

SUPPORTING ACTOR OF THE YEAR
Tom Hanks - “A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood”
Shia LaBeouf - “Honey Boy”
Al Pacino - “The Irishman”
Joe Pesci - “The Irishman”
Brad Pitt - “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”

SCREENWRITER OF THE YEAR
Steven Zaillian - “The Irishman”
Noah Baumbach - “Marriage Story”
Pedro Almodóvar - “Pain And Glory”
Bong Joon-ho and Jin Won-Han - “Parasite”
Joanna Hogg - “The Souvenir”

FOREIGN LANGUAGE FILM OF THE YEAR
“Happy As Lazzaro”
“Monos”
“Pain And Glory”
“Parasite”
“Portrait Of A Lady On Fire”

DOCUMENTARY OF THE YEAR
“Amazing Grace”
“Apollo 11”
“The Cave”
“For Sama”
“Varda By Agnès”

BRITISH/IRISH FILM OF THE YEAR
“Bait”
“1917”
“Rocketman”
“The Souvenir”
“Wild Rose”

BRITISH/IRISH ACTRESS OF THE YEAR
Jessie Buckley - “Wild Rose” and “Judy”
Cynthia Erivo - “Harriet”
Lesley Manville - “Ordinary Love” and “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil”
Florence Pugh - “Midsommar,” “Little Women” and “Fighting With My Family”
Saoirse Ronan - “Little Women”

BRITISH/IRISH ACTOR OF THE YEAR
Tom Burke - “The Souvenir”
Taron Egerton - “Rocketman”
George MacKay - “1917,” “Where Hands Touch” and “Ophelia”
Robert Pattinson - “The Lighthouse,” “High Life” and “The King”
Jonathan Pryce - “The Two Popes”

YOUNG BRITISH/IRISH PERFORMER OF THE YEAR
Raffey Cassidy - “Vox Lux”
Dean-Charles Chapman - “1917,” “The King” and “Blinded by the Light”
Roman Griffin Davis - “Jojo Rabbit”
Noah Jupe - “Honey Boy” and “Ford vs. Ferrari”
Honor Swinton Byrne - “The Souvenir”

BREAKTHROUGH BRITISH/IRISH FILMMAKER OF THE YEAR
Mark Jenkin - “Bait”
Waad Al-Khateab and Edward Watts - “For Sama”
Owen McCafferty - “Ordinary Love”
Richard Billingham - “Ray and Liz”
Nicole Taylor - “Wild Rose”

TECHNICAL ACHIEVEMENT OF THE YEAR

Allen Maris, visual effects, “Ad Astra”
Todd Douglas Miller, editing, “Apollo 11”
Jeremy Woodhead, makeup and hair, “Judy”
Jacqueline Durran, costume design, “Little Women”
Jasper Wolf, cinematography, “Monos”
Daniel Pemberton, music, “Motherless Brooklyn”
Oliver Tarney, sound design, “1917”
Barbara Ling, production design, “Once Upon A Time In Hollywood”
Lee Ha-jun, production design, “Parasite”
Will Becher and Richard Phelan, animation, “A Shaun the Sheep Movie: Farmageddon”

1917 Poster
"1917" stars Dean-Charles Chapman. 1917 Facebook Page
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