Red Roads wins BAFTA Awards

Posted by: Michael
2006 Cannes Grand Jury Prize Award Winner RED ROAD, triumphs again, as its stars scoop up the Best Actor and Best Actress awards at the Ninth annual British Independent Film Awards in London Wednesday night.

Weeks after scooping the board at the scottish BAFTAs including prizes for best actor, actress, director, film, and screenplay, Tony Curran and Kate Dickie, stars of Academy Award winning director Andrea Arnold's provocative masterpiece RED ROAD have done it again, beating out an impressive list of competitors.

Curran prevailed against Forest Whitaker and James McAvoy (THE LAST KING OF SCOTLAND), Peter O’Toole (VENUS) and Cillian Murphy (THE WIND THAT SHAKES THE BARLEY), while Dickie beat out stiff competition against Helen Mirren (THE QUEEN), Juliette Binoche and Robin Wright Penn (BREAKING & ENTERING) and Frances de la Tour (THE HISTORY BOYS).

RED ROAD, an atmospheric and intense thriller about pain and retribution stars Dickie who plays a closed-circuit television operator. After spotting a man from her past (Curran) on the television monitors, she becomes increasingly drawn into his life, sparking an unsettling turn of events no one could have imagined.

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