Kristen Stewart's 'Certain Women' Wins Best Movie at London Film Festival

Meanwhile, '12 Years a Slave' director Steve McQueen receives the fellowship award from the British Film Institute at the annual event.

AceShowbiz - The biggest prize at this year's London Film Festival went to "Certain Women" directed by Kelly Reichardt. The drama starring %cKristen Stewart%, %cLaura Dern%, %cMichelle Williams% and %cJared Harris% took home the coveted best feature film at the annual event.

Steve McQueen was a special honoree at the gala. The director received the British Film Institute Fellowship from %cMichael Fassbender% who starred in all three of the filmmaker's movies, "Hunger", "Shame" and "12 Years a Slave".

"There's only two things I'm sure about: One, I'm black ... Two, I'm a Londoner," the helmer said. "I had freedom because society allowed me to have that freedom. It seems that that freedom is being slowly eradicated. It's our job to fight to keep those doors open."

French director Julia Ducournau's "Raw" won best first feature. Iranian director Mehrdad Oskouei's portrait of young inmates, "Starless Dreams" was named best documentary. Syrian photographer Issa Touma's "9 Days - From My Window in Aleppo" won best short film.

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