DHAKA: A drama about a schoolgirl whose life changes after she witnesses a violent attack as been named best film at this year’s British Independent Film Awards.
‘Broken’, the debut feature by theatre director Rufus Norris, also picked up a best supporting actor prize for Rory Kinnear, reports the BBC.
Psychological thriller ‘Berberian Sound Studio’ won the most awards.
It received four trophies - including best director for Peter Strickland and best actor for Toby Jones.
The 15th annual awards, which honour films made mainly outside major studios, took place at Old Billingsgate in London.
Sunday’s ceremony was hosted by James Nesbitt, who plays the dwarf Bofur in ‘The Hobbit’ film out this week.
‘Broken’, which stars Tim Roth, Cillian Murphy and newcomer Eloise Laurence, went into the awards as the frontrunner with nine nominations.
The story focuses on three families who live in the same cul-de-sac and are linked by a violent incident that has far-reaching consequences for them all.
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