All the winners of the British Independent Film Awards – and where you can watch them

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The British Independent Film Awards – the BIFAs – are the UK’s major annual celebration of the independent film scene. And, despite everything, this year’s winners and nominees show serious health. As any filmmaker will tell you, it’s a tough business to make independent films, but with ‘Rocks’, ‘His House’ and ‘The Father’ as the end product, the results are worth it – and more.

Sure enough, Hackney’s coming-of-age drama “Rocks” was the big winner of the virtual awards, taking home Best British Film, Best Supporting Actress for Kosar Ali and Best Actor in a supporting role for D’angelou Osei Kissiedu.

Netflix’s immigration horror film “His House” won Best Actress for Wunmi Mosaku and Best Director for Remi Weekes, while “The Father” saw Anthony Hopkins land his 973rd gong – this time for best actor. Rose Glass won Best Debut Director for his skillful, dazzling and seriously bizarre ‘Saint Maud’.

Even better, you can stream most of the winning movies right now, including a few for free and two on Netflix.

Take a look at the lists below to find out where:

Best British Independent Film: ‘Rocks’
Where you can stream it: netflix

Best Director: Rémi Weekes, ‘His house’
Where you can stream it: netflix

Best Screenplay: Florian Zeller, Christopher Hampton, ‘The Father’
When can you stream it: June 11

Best Actress: Wunmi Mosaku, ‘Her house’
Where you can stream it: netflix

Best actor: Anthony Hopkins, ‘The Father’
When you can steam it: June 11

Best Supporting Actress: Kosar Ali, ‘Rocks’
Where you can stream it: netflix

Best Supporting Actor: D’angelou Osei Kissiedu, ‘Rocks’
Where you can stream it: netflix

first director: Pink Glass, ‘Saint Maud’
Where you can stream it: BFI player, Home Cinema Curzon, sky store, Youtube, google play, Amazon Premier

Best International Independent Film: ‘Nomadland’
When can you stream it: April 9

Breakthrough Producer: Irune Gurtubai, ‘Limbo’
When can you stream it: May 7

first screenwriter: Riz Ahmed, ‘Mogul Mowgli’
Where you can stream it: BFI player, Youtube, google play

Most Promising Newcomer: Kosar Ali, ‘Rocks’
Where you can stream it: netflix

Best Documentary: ‘The reason why I jump’
When can you stream it: April 16

The Raindance Discovery Prize: ‘Perfect 10’
Where you can stream it: BBC iPlayer (free)

Best British Short Film: ‘The long goodbye’
Where you can stream it: Youtube (free)

Best cast: Lucy Pardee, ‘Rocks’
Where you can stream it: netflix

Best Cinematography: Ben Fordesman, ‘Saint Maud’
Where you can stream it: BFI player, Home Cinema Curzon, sky store, Youtube, google play, Amazon Premier

Best Costume Design: Charlotte Walter, ‘Bad Behavior’
Where you can stream it: Amazon Premier, NOW television,

Best Editing: Yorgos Lamprinos, ‘The Father’
When can you stream it: June 11

Best Effects: Pedro Sabrosa, Stefano Pepin, ‘His House’
Where you can stream it: netflix

Best Makeup and Hairstyling: Jill Sweeney, ‘Bad Behavior’
Where you can stream it: Amazon Premier, NOW television,

Best Music: Paul Corley, ‘Mogul Mowgli’
Where you can stream it: BFI player, Youtube, google play

Best Production Design: Jacqueline Abrahams, ‘Her house’
Where you can stream it: netflix

best sound: Nick Ryan, Ben Baird, Sara de Oliveira Lima, ‘The Reason I Jump’
When can you stream it: April 16

Read our interview with the stars of the “Rocks” winners of the BIFA, Kosar Ali and Bukky Bakray.

Talk a walking tour of London with ‘Rocks’ location scout Kim Fenton.

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