The multi-IFTA-nominated What Richard Did was among the winners at the Evening Standard British Film Awards in London last night.

The film's writer, Malcolm Campbell, took the award for Best Screenplay.

There was also a win for Armagh-born cinematographer Séamus McGarvey, who shared the London Film Museum Award for Technical Achievement with his Anna Karenina colleagues Jacqueline Durran (costume design) and Sarah Greenwood (production design).

What Richard Did star Jack Reynor at the awards yesterday

Andrea Riseborough was named Best Actress for her performance in the IRA thriller Shadow Dancer, which was filmed in Dublin and produced by Dublin-based Element Pictures with the participation of Bord Scannán na hÉireann/the Irish Film Board.

Andrea Riseborough

Toby Jones was named Best Actor for Berberian Sound Studio.

Toby Jones

Skyfall was named Best Film and also won the People's Choice Award.

The Imposter won Best Documentary, with the Peter Sellers Award for Comedy going to Sightseers.

Sally El Hosaini, writer and director of My Brother the Devil, won the award for Most Promising Newcomer.

The Editor's Award went to Sacha Baron Cohen "for making an event of every one of his films".