British Independent Film Awards 2014

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The 17th British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) ceremony took place on December 7, 2014 at Old Billingsgate in London . The event was moderated by actor , screenwriter and comedian Simon Bird .

The most successful film of the evening was the British comedy Pride by director Matthew Warchus, which won a total of three awards out of seven nominations.


  • Tom Hooper (Jury Chairman)
  • Zawe Ashton
  • Jon S Baird
  • Sean Ellis
  • Tinge Krishnan
  • Shira MacLeod
  • Tracy O'Riordan
  • Jonathan Romney
  • Thea Sharrock
  • Luke Treadaway
  • Stanley Tucci

Nominations and Awards

price Original designation Nominations Award winners
Best British Independent Film Best British Independent Film Pride
Best foreign independent film Best Foreign Independent Film Boyhood
Best British documentary Best British Documentary
  • The Possibilities Are Endless
  • Virunga
  • Next goal wins
  • 20,000 Days on Earth
  • Night Will Fall
Next goal wins
Best British Short Film Best British Short Film
  • Emotional fusebox
  • Crocodile
  • Keeping Up With The Joneses
  • Slap
  • The Karman Line
The Karman Line
Best actor Best Performance by an Actor in a British Independent Film Brendan Gleeson for Calvary
Best Actress Best Performance by an Actress in a British Independent Film Gugu Mbatha-Raw for Belle
Best supporting actor Best Supporting Actor in a British Independent Film Andrew Scott for Pride
The best supporting actress Best Supporting Actress in a British Independent Film Imelda Staunton for Pride
Best newcomer Most promising newcomer Sameena Jabeen Ahmed for Catch Me Daddy
Best director Best Director of a British Independent Film Yann Demange for '71
Douglas Hickox Award The Douglas Hickox Award
  • Matthew Wolfe and Daniel Wolfe for Catch Me Daddy
  • Hong Khaou for Lilting
  • Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard for 20,000 Days on Earth
  • Morgan Matthews for X + Y
  • Yann Demange for '71
Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard for 20,000 Days on Earth
Best script Best screenplay Jon Ronson and Peter Straughan for Frank
Best production Best Achievement In Production
  • Lilting
  • 20,000 Days on Earth
  • '71
  • The goob
  • Catch Me Daddy
The goob
Best technology Best Technical Achievement
  • Chris Wyatt for '71 (editor)
  • Dick Pope for Mr. Turner (camera)
  • Robbie Ryan for Catch Me Daddy (camera)
  • Stephen Rennicks for Frank (music)
  • Tat Radcliffe for '71 (camera)
Stephen Rennicks for Frank (music)
The Raindance Award The Raindance Award
  • Gregor
  • Luna
  • Keeping Rosy
  • Flim: The Movie
  • The Beat Beneath My Feet

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