As one might expect, 'The King's Speech' dominated the British Independent Film Awards on Sunday, winning five, including Best British Independent Film.

Colin Firth, whose critically acclaimed portrayal of King George VI is expected to win him an Oscar, was awarded Best Actor honors, while co-stars Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter won Best Supporting Actor and Best Supporting Actress, respectively.

Carey Mulligan snagged the Best Actress prize for her performance in 'Never Let Me Go.'

Meanwhile, the sci-fi drama 'Monsters' won an impressive three awards, among them Best Director (Gareth Edwards).

The King's Speech
R2010
Based on 41 critics

An Australian actor tries to help Britain's King George VI overcome a speech impediment. Read More