The Social Network has walked away with four awards in the annual London Film Critics' Circle. Aaron Sorkin in Best Screenwriter category, Andrew Garfield for Best British Actor in Supporting Role, Best Director of the year David Fincher and Best Film of the Year.
The King's Speech has been honoured with three awards. Tom Hooper for British Director of the Year, Best Actor for Colin Firth and The Attenborough Award for British Film of the Year. French movie Of Gods and Men bagged Best Foreign Language Film of the year.
Christian Bale bagged British Actor of the year for The Fighter, Annette Bening bagged for Actress of the year for The Kids Are All Right, Lesley Manville for British Actress of the year for Another Year and Olivia Williams bagged British Actress in a Supporting Role for The Ghost, Gareth Edwards honoured with Breakthrough British Filmmaker for Monsters, Conor McCarron honoured with Young British Performer for Neds and Kristin Scott Thomas honoured with Dilys Powell Award for excellence in film.
The award ceremony held at the British Film Institute (BFI) on London's Southbank. Colin Firth, Kristin Scott-Thomas, Aaron Sorkin, Olivia Williams, Sam Taylor-Wood and others attended the function.