Published: 03rd February 2014
Producer Tracey O'Riordan and director Clio Barnard pulled on a pair of dark tights each for the 34th Annual London Film Critics' Circle Awards on Sunday night.
The pair appeared alongside actress Lorraine Ashbourne on the red carpet for the event at the May Fair Hotel.
A black dress seemed to be the theme for the trio, with Ashbourne opting to go without tights on this occasion.
The trio also had a night to celebrate as The Selfish Giant, written and directed by Barnard, produced by O'Riordan and featuring Ashbourne, was named the British Film of the Year.
The film follows to 13-year-old boys growing up on a working class area who become involved with stealing metal in order to sell it to a criminalised local scrap dealer.
The Selfish Giant star Conner Chapman also scooped the Young British Performer of the Year award for his role as Arbor.
12 Years a Slave scooped the award for Film of the Year, while stars Chiwetel Ejiofor and Lupita Nyong'o went onto pick up the gongs for Actor of the Year and Supporting Actress of the Year.
Cate Blanchett won the Actress of the Year award for her role in Blue Jasmine and Barkhad Abdi was named Supporting Actor of the Year for his performance in Captain Philips.
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