British Independent Film Awards 2006

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The 9th British Independent Film Awards ceremony took place in 2006 at the Hammersmith Palais in London ( Hammersmith ). It was hosted by actor James Nesbitt .


Nominations and Awards

price Original designation Nominations Award winners
Best British Independent Film Best British Independent Film This Is England
Best foreign independent film Best Foreign Independent Film Hidden (Caché)
Best British documentary Best British Documentary
  • Blindsight
  • The Great Happiness Space
  • The Pervert's Guide To Cinema
  • The Road to Guantanamo
  • Unknown White Male
The Road to Guantanamo
Best British Short Film Best British Short Film
  • At The End Of The Sentence
  • Cubs
  • Ex memoria
  • The 10th Man
  • Who I Am & What I Want
Best actor Best Performance by an Actor in a British Independent Film Tony Curran
Best Actress Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film Kate Dickie
Best Supporting Actor or Best Supporting Actress Best Performance by a Supporting Actor or Actress in a British Independent Film Leslie Phillips
Best director Best Director of a British Independent Film Kevin Macdonald
Douglas Hickox Award The Douglas Hickox Award
  • Menhaj Huda for Kidulthood
  • Caradog W James for Little White Lies
  • Paul Andrew Williams for London to Brighton
  • Andrea Arnold for Red Road
  • Tom Vaughan for starters for Ten
Menhaj Huda
Best newcomer Most promising newcomer
  • Rafi Gavron in Breaking and Entering
  • Harry Treadaway in Brothers of the Head
  • Luke Treadaway in Brothers of the Head
  • Dominic Cooper in The History Boys
  • Samuel Barnett in The History Boys
  • Thomas Turgoose in This Is England
  • Jodie Whittaker in Venus
Thomas Turgoose
Best script Best screenplay Peter Morgan ( The Queen )
Best production Best Achievement In Production London to Brighton
Best technology Best Technical Achievement Anthony Dod Mantle
The Raindance Award The Raindance Award The Ballad Of AJ Weberman
Best British 15 Second Short Best British 15 Second Short
  • Ah, Youth
  • Chrysanthemums the Word
  • Death of the Dinosaurs
  • Fate and Mr. McKinley
  • What's the point?
What's the point?

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