New Delhi [India], Feb 19 (ANI): And it's finally time for the silver screen's biggest stars to descend on London for the 71st British Academy Film Awards.
The Martin McDonagh directorial earned a second when Sam Rockwell won the best supporting actor for his performance as a brutal, racist police officer in the film, beating out his co-star Woody Harrelson.
At a ceremony dominated by the movement against sexual misconduct, the 49-year-old actor said, "I stand on the shoulders of strong, intelligent, riotous women."
He also called his co-star Frances McDormand "an inspiration," before dedicating the award to "my pal Alan Rickman."
Rockwell also praised the film's writer-director, McDonagh, saying "there are no great actors, only great roles."
The awards are Britain's equivalent of the Oscars. (ANI)