The British Independent Film Awards 2014
Created in 1998 by Raindance Film Festival founder Elliot Grove to celebrate independently funded British filmmaking, the British Independent Film Awards (BIFAs) has now become a glamorous gathering of key directors, actors and producers in the film industry.
Held at the Old Billingsgate in London, the evening saw an abundance of winners, including Andrew Scott who received Best Supporting Actor gong for his role in Pride, and The Imitation Game's Benedict Cumberbatch, who was honoured with the Variety Award. Meanwhile Pride won the most awards of the night, with The Best International Independent Film award handed to Richard Linklater's epic tale, Boyhood.
Benedict Cumberbatch and Sophie Hunter