London has spoken. Or at least the London Film Critics' Circle, which for its 30th annual awards has announced a total of seven nominations for 'An Education,' Lone Scherfig's coming-of-age feature that has now turned actress Carey Mulligan into an increasingly likely contender for a 2010 Oscar.

Mulligan received two of those seven nods -- for Actress of the Year and British Actress of the Year -- while Alfred Molina, Rosamund Pike and Olivia Williams were selected in the British supporting actor categories, and Nick Hornby scored a nomination for his 'An Education' screenplay.
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