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Amanda Seyfried & Tahar Rahim + Gemma Arterton & John Hurt: London Film Festival

Amanda Seyfried

Amanda Seyfried (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

Amanda Seyfried Julianne Moore

Amanda Seyfried, Julianne Moore Julianne Moore, a potential Oscar 2010 candidate for A Single Man (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

Julianne Moore

Julianne Moore (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

Edward Hogg

Actor Edward Hogg arrives at the premiere of Paul King’s Bunny and the Bull during the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival at the Vue West End on October 23. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

Veronica Echegui

Actress Veronica Echegui arrives at the premiere of Bunny and the Bull. (Photo by Ian Gavan/Getty Images)

Jamie Doyle

Jamie Doyle arrives for the premiere of Lindy Heymann’s Kicks, in which two women do whatever they can to get near their sports idol, during the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival at the Vue West End on October 22. (Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Gemma Arterton

Gemma Arterton arrives for the premiere of J Blakeson’s The Disappearance of Alice Creed, in which two men (Martin Compston, Eddie Marsan) kidnap a woman (Arterton is the unlucky one) and tie her to a bed, during the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival at the Vue West End on October 24. (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

Charlotte Rampling, Anjelica Huston

Veteran actresses Charlotte Rampling and Anjelica Huston attend a cocktail reception at the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival Awards Ceremony. (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

Yaron Shani Alfonso Cuaron

Filmmaker Yaron Shani poses with the Sutherland award for the film Ajami, voted the most original and imaginative first feature. Mexican filmmaker Alfonso Cuarón is standing next to him at the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival Awards Ceremony. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Charlotte Rampling, Souleymane Cisse

Malinese filmmaker and BFI Fellowship recipient Souleymane Cissé poses with his BFI Fellowship. Veteran actress and presenter Charlotte Rampling is standing next to him at the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival Awards Ceremony. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Nick Broomfield

Filmmaker and award presenter Nick Broomfield arrives at the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival Awards Ceremony. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Shirin Neshat

2009 Venice Film Festival Best Director winner Shirin Neshat arrives for the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival Awards Ceremony. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

David Morrissey

David Morrissey arrives for the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival Awards Ceremony. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Yoav Shamir

Documentary filmmaker Yoav Shamir poses with his Grierson Award for Best Documentary Defamation, an European Film Award nominee and a potential Academy Award contender, at the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival Awards Ceremony. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Tahar Rahim, Anjelica Huston

Tahar Rahim, the star of Jacques Audiard’s A Prophet, poses with the Best Film award given to Audiard’s gritty prison drama. Academy Award winner and London Film Festival jury chair Anjelica Huston is standing next to him at the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival Awards Ceremony at Inner Temple on October 28. (Photo by Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images)

Michael Haneke

Director Michael Haneke attends the photocall for his black-and-white drama The White Ribbon, winner of the Palme d’Or at the 2009 Cannes Film Festival and a highly 2010 Oscar contender in the best foreign language film category (and possibly in the Best Picture category as well), during the Times BFI 53rd London Film Festival at the Mayfair Hotel on October 21. (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

Star of London for Best Film: Jacques Audiard’s A PROPHET

On behalf of the London Film Festival jury, Anjelica Huston stated: “A masterpiece: Un prohète has the ambition, purity of vision and clarity of purpose to make it an instant classic. With seamless and imaginative story-telling, superb performances and universal themes, Jacques Audiard has made a perfect film.” In A Prophet, Tahar Rahim stars as a prison newcomer who learns how to become that realm’s top dog.

Special mention: John Hillcoat’s THE ROAD

Best British Newcomer: Jack Thorne, screenwriter of the film THE SCOUTING BOOK FOR BOYS

Sutherland Award for most original and imaginative first feature: Scandar Copti and Yaron Shani for AJAMI

Grierson Award for Best Documentary: Yoav Shamir for DEFAMATION

BFI Fellowship: John Hurt John Hurt (Photo by Samir Hussein/Getty Images)

International Competition Jury: Anjelica Huston (chair), John Akomfrah, Jarvis Cocker, Mathieu Kassovitz, Charlotte Rampling and Iain Softley

Sutherland Award Jury: Paul Greengrass, Kerry Fox and David Parfitt

Grierson Award Jury: Nick Broomfield, Molly Dineen, Ellen Fleming and Christopher Hird

London Film Festival website

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John -

Amanda Michelle Seyfried is too hot to handle

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