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The post-war British drama starring Keira Knightley and James McAvoy dominated the 2008 Sony Ericsson Empire Awards' ceremony as the film won three kudos from the event held on Sunday, March 9.
On Sunday, February 10, the post World War drama was hailed as the bset film of 2007 at the 61st BAFTA, but the spotlight on the night went to the French's biopic which brought home 4 kudos.
On the announcement of the 2008 Sony Ericsson Empire Awards' nominees, it was revealed that 'Atonement' and 'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix' were tied up with six nods each leading the pack
Nominated only for four categories at the 35th Annual Evening Standard British Film Awards, the Anton Corbijn-directed film managed to steal the best film prize from the strong contender 'Atonement'.
The green dress that Keira Knightley wore in the hit movie "Atonement" is being auctioned off for charity.
The classic British romance once again took the lead in prestigious British Awards' nominations as it was announced to get 7 nomination from the 35th Annual Evening Standard British Film Awards.
Landing 17 entries in BAFTA's long lists proved to be good for the postwar drama film as in the awards nominations announcement made on Wednesday, January 16, it received 14 nods.
Often being shy away from film critics' awards, the drama film directed by Joe Wright proved to be the best as on Sunday, January 13, the HFPA hailed the movie as the 65th Globes' Best Dramatic Film.
The drama movie directed by Joe Wright can put high hopes of being nominated for the 2008 BAFTA Awards since it received 17 entries for the British prizes.
The drama film starring Keira Knightley and James McAvoy has received six nominations from the 2007 Online Film Critics Society.
As the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees of the 65th annual Golden Globe Awards, the Joe Wright's drama film earned seven nominations, including Best Drama Picture.
Screening was held on September 10, 2007 at Elgin Theater and attended by leading stars Keira Knightley and James McAvoy plus director Joe Wright.