Eva Green, Anne-Marie Duff and Jamie Winstone glam it up for film awards

Eva Green, Anne-Marie Duff and Jamie Winstone glam it up for film awards
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The three British actresses donned glam frocks and bright smiles for the Evening Standard British Film Awards

Despite the cold London temperatures, daughter of renowned actor Ray Winstone, Jamie, stunned in a gorgeous red Dolce&Gabbana strapless dress which she teamed with white blonde locks, a red clutch and cut-out mesh heels.

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Jamie joined Bond girl Eva Green who went for a chic LBD, 20s hairstyle and her signature crimson lips, and Anne-Marie Duff, who covered her baby bump in a salmon dress and a thick overcoat at the London Film Museum.

The awards, judged by film critics, saw the world of rock and roll come out on top.

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Anne-Marie Duff, who is expecting her first child with husband James McAvoy, clinched the Best Actress gong from Oscar nominated Carey Mulligan, for her role as John Lennon’s mother in Nowhere Boy.

Bafta nominated Andy Serkis picked up his Best Actor award for his portrayal of Ian Dury in Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll.

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Sacha Baron Cohen was once again the recipient of the Peter Sellers award for comedy for his alter-ego, the Austrian fashion reporter Bruno, beating Golden Globe host Ricky Gervais’s turn in The Invention of Lying.

The Best Film award went to low-budget Fish Tank, which also won the jury prize at Cannes in 2009 and one of the contenders for Best Film at this year’s Oscars, The Hurt Locker, won a gong for Briton Barry Ackroyd’s cinematography.

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To see the complete list of Evening Standard awards winners click here and for this year’s Oscar nominations click here.

By Georgie Hindle

 
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