London Critics’ Circle Film Awards has partnered with the charity Missing People for next year’s 33rd awards ceremony.
The London Critics’ Circle Film Awards has partnered with the charity Missing People for next year’s 33rd awards ceremony at the BFI Southbank.
The Jan 20 ceremony will also launch Missing People’s 20th anniversary. The Film Section of The Critics’ Circle, which will present the awards, will also be celebrating its centenary in 2013.
“I am delighted that we are working with Missing People to present this year’s ceremony and raise the profile of this charity,” commented chairman of The Critics’ Circle Film Section Jason Solomons [pictured]. “I am also delighted that our event will be staged at BFI Southbank’s legendary venue for a third year, cementing our awards’ position at the very heart of British film culture, heritage and industry.”
Nominations for the awards ceremony will be announced on Dec 17. Winners at this year’s awards included The Artist and A Separation, both of which went on to receive further acclaim at the BAFTA and Academy Awards.
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