British Indie Film honors Harrison

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Former Beatle George Harrison, who died in November 2001, will be honored with a posthumous lifetime achievement award at this year’s British Independent Film Awards on Wednesday in London.

Harrison, who founded HandMade Films, is being celebrated for his contribution to independent film.

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