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Helena Bonham Carter and Liam Neeson to attend the 13th Annual Moet British Independent Film Awards

18 November 2010

Following the announcement of the 13th Annual Moet British Independent Film Awards, Helena Bonham Carter will receive the coveted Richard Harris Award and Liam Neeson The Variety Award on Sunday 5th December at Old Billingsgate.

Other guests expected to attend include: Carey Mulligan (Best Actress Nominee); Colin Firth (Best Actor Nominee); Andrea Riseborough (Best Actress & Most Promising Newcomer Nominee); Majinder Virk (Best Actress and Most Promising Newcomer Nominee); Lesley Manville (Best Supporting Actress nominee); Ruth Sheen (Best Actress Nominee); Tamsin Greig (Best Supporting Actress Nominee); Joanne Froggatt (Most Promising Newcomer Nominee); Matthew Goode (Actor & Moët BIFAs Jury member); Tom Hughes (Most Promising Newcomer Nominee); Sean Pertwee (Actor & Moët BIFAs Jury member); Nick Moran (Actor & Director); Idris Elba (Actor); Joseph Mawle (Actor); Edward Hogg (Actor); Gemma Jones (Actress & Moët BIFAs Jury member) Augustus Prew (Actor); Georgie Henley (Actress); Jamie Sives (Actor & Moët BIFAs Jury member); Chris Morris (The Douglas Hickox Award Nominee); Riz Ahmed (Best Actor Nominee); Tom Hooper (Best Director Nominee); David Seidler (Best Screenplay Nominee); Rowan Joffe (The Douglas Hickox Award Nominee); Finola Dwyer (Producer & Moët BIFAs Jury member); Matt Greenhalgh (Writer & Moët BIFAs Jury member); Andy Harries (Producer & Moët BIFAs Jury member);); David Mackenzie (Director & Moët BIFAs Jury member); James Marsh (Director & Moët BIFAs Jury member); Duncan Kenworthy (Producer & Moët BIFAs Jury Chair); Franny Armstrong (Director & Moët BIFAs Jury member) and James Nesbitt (Host).

Further guests will be announced in due course.

The films vying for Best British Independent Film are Four Lions, Kick-Ass, The King’s Speech, Monsters and Never Let Me Go.

Winners and nominees at this year’s Moët British Independent Film Awards will be invited to “Toast for a Cause”, a philanthropic effort unveiled by Moët & Chandon at this year’s Golden Globes, which enables stars to raise funds for their favourite charities by toasting with a mini bottle of Moët & Chandon.