Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri has continued its awards season's hot streak with three wins at Sunday's London Critics' Circle film awards.

The film has already won top gongs at the Golden Globe Awards, SAG Awards and is nominated for seven Academy Awards.

The black comedy/drama claimed the film of the year gong, actress of the year for leading star Frances McDormand and scriptwriter of the year for its director and writer Martin McDonagh.

Frances McDormand claims actress of the year gong for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

The award for actor of the year went to Timothee Chalamet for Call Me By Your Name, beating off competition from veteran actors such as Gary Oldman and Daniel Day-Lewis.

Sean Baker was awarded director of the year for the acclaimed drama The Florida Project.

Timothee Chalamet wins actor of the year for Call Me By Your Name

The best British/Irish film of the year went to Christopher Nolan's war epic Dunkirk.

In the British/Irish actress of the year category, Sally Hawkins was victorious for her turn in Guillermo Del Toro's The Shape of Water, while Daniel Kaluuya won the best British/Irish actor of the year gong for Get Out.

Supporting actress of the year went to Lesley Manville for Phantom Thread, with Hugh Grant picking up the supporting actor gong for Paddington 2.

"Well that's ludicrous. First Brexit, then Trump, now me winning, it really is the end of days," Grant joked about winning. 

The London Critics's Circle ceremony closed with Kate Winslet being honored with the Dilys Powell Award for excellence in film.