David Tennant walked a distinctly damp red carpet on a rainy night out for the 60th Annual BFI London Film Festival Awards tonight at Banqueting House, Whitehall. The ceremony, hosted by actor Michael Sheen, marks the culmination of the two-week long celebration of the best new films and filmmaking talent from around the globe.
The jury has been deliberating on tonight's winners from the official programme of films and shorts across the categories of First Feature, Documentary, Best Short and Best Film. Also, this year’s BFI Fellowship award will be presented to the visionary Turner Prize-winning video artist and Oscar-winning producer, director and screenwriter Steve McQueen.
See more photos of David below:
@EntNewsShowbiz also tweeted a short video of David arriving:
David will soon be starting work on two feature films of his own: the UK-based romantic comedy Fish Without Bicycles and the US-set thriller Bad Samaritan, both set to shoot before the end of 2016. His last film project, Mad To Be Normal, is still awaiting release.
Photos by Gareth Cattermole