The 35th annual London Critics' Circle Film Awards took place last night and Richard Linklater's 12-years-in-the-making Boyhood came up trumps with three awards.
Boyhood bagged Film of the Year, Best Director, and Patricia Arquette won the Best Supporting Actress Award.
Meanwhile, Michael Keaton won Actor of the Year for his phenomenal comeback performance in Birdman and Julianne Moore won Actress of the Year for Still Alice.
JK Simmons was a deserved winner of Supporting Actor of the Year for his role in jazz drumming drama Whiplash.
WINNERS in full:
:: Film of the Year - Boyhood
:: Foreign Language Film of the Year - Leviathan
:: British Film of the Year - Under the Skin
:: Documentary of the Year - Citizenfour
:: Actor of the Year - Michael Keaton for Birdman
:: Actress of the Year - Julianne Moore for Still Alice
:: Supporting actor of the Year - JK Simmons for Whiplash
:: Supporting Actress of the Year - Patricia Arquette for Boyhood
:: British Actor of the Year - Timothy Spall for Mr Turner
:: British Actress of the Year - Rosamund Pike for Gone Girl and What We Did on Our Holiday
:: Young British Performer of the Year - Alex Lawther for The Imitation Game
:: Director of the Year - Richard Linklater for Boyhood
:: Screenwriter of the Year - Wes Anderson for The Grand Budapest Hotel
:: Breakthrough British Filmmaker - Yann Demange for '71
:: Technical Achievement Award - Mica Levi for the score to Under the Skin
:: Dilys Powell Award for Excellence in Film - Miranda Richardson
Film academy president Cheryl Boone Isaacs has responded for the first time to the firestorm over the all-white acting list in this year's Oscar nominations, saying it inspires her to speed up the push for more diversity.