AWARD SEASON WINNER
Golden Globes: 1 Nomination + 1 Win: Gary Oldman - Best Actor (Drama)
Bafta: 9 Nominations including Best Film, Best Actor and Outstanding British Film.
Oscars: 6 Nominations including Best Picture and Best Actor.
See all the nominations and wins with our Awards Guide!
Winston Churchill was no-one’s first choice for Prime Minister. But in Great Britain’s ‘Darkest Hour’, through his refusal to surrender and determination to fight on, he became their last hope.
Within days of his appointment, the Nazi forces had surrounded the British and French armies and were on the brink of annihilating them. Facing almost certain defeat, Churchill was forced to rally the nation and convince his colleagues to continue the desperate fight for their freedom, against any odds.
Gary Oldman stars as Winston Churchill in ‘Darkest Hour’, a critically-acclaimed biopic that features one of his finest performances.
Joe Wright's Darkest Hour is one to watch at this year's Oscars, with Best Actor, Best Picture and Best Director all in play. Here, we reveal four reasons why this World War Two-set drama, which stars Gary Oldman as British Prime Minister Winston Churchill, is among the favourites for the top gongs.