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London Film Critics' Circle Award for British Film of the Year

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London Film Critics' Circle Award for British Film of the Year

The London Film Critics Circle's British Film of the Year:

List of winners

Year Film Director(s)
1991 Life Is Sweet Leigh, MikeMike Leigh
1992 Howards End Ivory, JamesJames Ivory
1993 The Remains of the Day Ivory, JamesJames Ivory (2)
1994 Four Weddings and a Funeral Newell, MikeMike Newell
1995 The Madness of King George Hytner, NicholasNicholas Hytner
1996 Secrets & Lies Leigh, MikeMike Leigh (2)
1997 The Full Monty Cattaneo, PeterPeter Cattaneo
1998 Lock, Stock and Two Smoking Barrels Ritchie, GuyGuy Ritchie
1999 East Is East O'Donnell, DamienDamien O'Donnell
2000 Billy Elliot Daldry, StephenStephen Daldry
2001 Gosford Park Altman, RobertRobert Altman
2002 All or Nothing Leigh, MikeMike Leigh (3)
2003 The Magdalene Sisters Mullan, PeterPeter Mullan
2004 Vera Drake Leigh, MikeMike Leigh (4)
2005 The Constant Gardener Meirelles, FernandoFernando Meirelles
2006 The Queen Frears, StephenStephen Frears
2007 Control Corbijn, AntonAnton Corbijn
2008 Slumdog Millionaire Boyle, DannyDanny Boyle
2009 Fish Tank Arnold, AndreaAndrea Arnold
2010 The King's Speech Hooper, TomTom Hooper
2011 We Need to Talk About Kevin Ramsay, LynneLynne Ramsay
2012 Berberian Sound Studio Strickland, PeterPeter Strickland
2013 The Selfish Giant Barnard, ClioClio Barnard
2014 Under the Skin Glazer, JonathanJonathan Glazer

Multiple winning directors

The following directors have won multiple awards:

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