Ceremony took place in London last night with around 250 people in attendance.

Senna, The King’s Speech and sound editor Lee Walpole were among the winners of this year’s Conch Awards, which recognises outstanding achievement in UK-based audio post-production for film, television and commercials.

Senna won in the Audio on TV/Film Documentary of the Year category sponsored by Bubble & Squeak, while The King’s Speech topped the Pinewood Studios Group-sponsored Film Soundtrack under £10million entries (Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy took the over £10m prize) and Walpole won Film Sound Editor of the Year, sponsored by TV Bay.

Dennis Weinreich took home this year’s Dolby Outstanding Contribution award, with the Most Promising Newcomer of the Year, sponsored by Medialease, going to Soho Square’s Adam Smyth.

Around 250 people attended the awards ceremony which took place last night (19) in London at the Mayfair Hotel.

For the full list of winners, visit The Conch Awards website.