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The British artist was named songwriter of the year and his single "Dynamite" snagged the song of the year honor.
"Harry Potter," "Prince of Persia," the "CSI" franchise" and "Dexter" were among the film and television music honorees.
Previous U.K. imports from Company Pictures include "Skins" and "Shameless."
FILM REVIEW: Johnny Depp searches for the Fountain of Youth and Keith Richards delivers a soon-to-be-classic line in director Rob Marshall's lively 3D installment.
FILM REVIEW: Doesn't have a prayer
The new stage musical based on the 1984 English comedy "A Private Function" loses the ironic charm of the original in going for verge and vigor.
Harold Pinter's last play, revived for the first time in 18 years, director Bijan Sheibani brings out good performances but the subject matter offers little glow.
One of the best Broadway revues of the 1930s makes its way for the first time in Europe.
Fans of Jacques Demy's 1964 film of the same name will like the new stage musical version, currently playing at London's Gielgud Theatre.
David Eldridge's new play at London's Alemida Theatre features a committed performance by actress Lisa Dillon, but ultimately suffers from being too middle class for its own good.
The Neil LaBute-led play runs through June 4 at London's Vaudeville Theatre.
Terence Rattigan's classic wartime romance -- which remains as resonant as "Casablanca" -- is presented in an elegant production by Trevor Nunn at London's Theatre Royal Haymarket.