Coffee Talk: '12 Years a Slave' Earns Top Prize at London Critics' Circle Awards

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  • 12 Years a Slave took the top prize at Sunday's London Critics' Circle Film Awards. The films stars also won big. Chiwetel Ejiofor took home the award for best actor and Lupita Nyong'o nabbed the best supporting actress award. Steven McQueen noted the "tremendous response" from his hometown. "I have people in the street- builders, bus drivers-being so supportive to the movie. I've felt so much love for this film in this country and I'm so humbled and heart warmed that it's from my own country." [TheGuardian]





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