'Certain Women' wins at the 60th London Film Festival

Photo Source: BFI/Certain Women
 The BFI announced the winners of the 60th London Film Festival today (Oct. 17). The winner of the this year's best film went to director Kelly Reichardt with her new drama "Certain Women." "Certain Women" stars Kristen Stewart, Laura Dern, and Michelle Williams.

So here's a list of the other winners from that festival too:

 First Feature Competition Winner – the Sutherland Award: 
Julia Ducournau for "Raw"
Documentary Competition Winner – The Grierson Award: 
"Starless Dreams" (Mehrdad Oskouei)
Short Film Competition Winner – Best Short Film Award: 
"9 Days – From My Window in Aleppo," (Issa Touma, Thomas Vroege and Floor van de Muelen)

And this year's BFI Fellowship award was presented to director Steve McQueen.
So congrats to all the winners!