2006 BIFA Nominees

Best British Independent Film

“The Last King of Scotland”

“The Queen”

“Red Road”

“This Is England”

“The Wind That Shakes the Barley”


Michael Caton-Jones, “Shooting Dogs”

Stephen Frears, “The Queen”

Ken Loach, “The Wind That Shakes the Barley”

Kevin Macdonald, “The Last King of Scotland”

Shane Meadows, “This Is England”


Tony Curran, “Red Road”

James McAvoy, “The Last King of Scotland”

Cillian Murphy, “The Wind That

Shakes the Barley”

Peter O’Toole, “Venus”

Forest Whitaker, “The Last King of Scotland”


Juliette Binoche, “Breaking and Entering”

Frances de la Tour, “The History Boys”

Kate Dickie, “Red Road”

Helen Mirren, “The Queen”

Robin Wright Penn, “Breaking and Entering”

Supporting actor/actress

Martin Compston, “Red Road”

Joseph Gilgun, “This Is England”

Stephen Graham, “This Is England”

Leslie Phillips, “Venus”

Vanessa Redgrave, “Venus”

Newcomer (onscreen)

Samuel Barnett, “The History Boys”

Dominic Cooper, “The History Boys”

Rafi Gavron, “Breaking and Entering”

Harry and Luke Treadaway,

“Brothers of the Head”

Thomas Turgoose, “This Is England”

Jodie Whittaker, “Venus”


Alan Bennett, “The History Boys”

Hanif Kureishi, “Venus”

Shane Meadows, “This Is England”

Peter Morgan, “The Queen”

Peter Morgan & Jeremy Brock, “The Last King of Scotland”

Foreign independent film

“The Beat That My Heart Skipped”


“Hard Candy”

“Cache (Hidden)”


Douglas Hickox Award (debut director)

Andrea Arnold, “Red Road”

Menhaj Huda, “Kidulthood”

Caradog W. James, “Little White Lies”

Tom Vaughan, “Starter for Ten”

Paul Andrew Williams, “London to Brighton”

British documentary


“The Great Happiness Space”

“The Pervert’s Guide to Cinema”

“The Road to Guantanamo”

“Unknown White Male”

Technical achievement

Barry Ackroyd, cinematography, “The Wind That Shakes the Barley”

Ludovico Einaudi, original music, “This Is England”

Alan MacDonald, production design,”The Queen”

Anthony Dod Mantle, cinematography, “The Last King of Scotland”

Daniel Phillips, makeup, “The Queen”

Achievement in production


“London to Brighton”

“The Road to Guantanamo”


“Shooting Dogs”

British short

“At the End of the Sentence”


“Ex Memoria”

“The 10th Man”

“Who I Am & What I Want”

The Raindance Award

“The Ballad of AJ Weberman”

“London to Brighton”

“Scenes of a Sexual Nature”

15-Second Short

“Ah, Youth”

“Chrysanthemums the Word”

“Death of the Dinosaurs”

“Fate and Mr. McKinley”

“What’s the Point?”

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