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Disappointment for Kenneth Branagh's Belfast but awards will be around the corner

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L to R: Jamie Dornan as "Pa", Ciaran Hinds as "Pop", Jude Hill as Buddy, and Judi Dench as "Granny" in Kenneth Branagh's Belfast. Rob Youngson/Focus Features

L to R: Jamie Dornan as "Pa", Ciaran Hinds as "Pop", Jude Hill as Buddy, and Judi Dench as "Granny" in Kenneth Branagh's Belfast. Rob Youngson/Focus Features

L to R: Caitriona Balfe as "Ma", Jamie Dornan as "Pa", Judi Dench as "Granny", Jude Hill as Buddy, and Lewis McAskie as Will in Belfast. Rob Youngson / Focus Features

L to R: Caitriona Balfe as "Ma", Jamie Dornan as "Pa", Judi Dench as "Granny", Jude Hill as Buddy, and Lewis McAskie as Will in Belfast. Rob Youngson / Focus Features

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L to R: Jamie Dornan as "Pa", Ciaran Hinds as "Pop", Jude Hill as Buddy, and Judi Dench as "Granny" in Kenneth Branagh's Belfast. Rob Youngson/Focus Features

If Kenneth Branagh is feeling slightly disappointed today, one could hardly blame him.

Despite leading the nominations at this year’s British Independent Film Awards with 11 nods for his cinematic ode to Belfast, the picture did not pick up a single gong.


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