The Noel Clarke-scripted and -starring The Knot heads up the list with four nominations.
The Irina Palm for Worst British Film
A Fantastic Fear of Everything
Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger!
St. George's Day
A Thousand Kisses Deep
Worst British Director
Gerald Fox, Mother's Milk
Jesse Lawrence, The Knot
Nick Love, The Sweeney
Terry McMahon, Charlie Casanova
Crispian Mills, A Fantastic Fear of Everything
Worst British Actor
Adam Deacon, Payback Season
Peter Doherty, Confession of a Child of the Century
Liam Neeson, Battleship and Taken 2
Emmett Scanlan, Charlie Casanova
Dougray Scott, A Thousand Kisses Deep
Worst British Actress
Kate Beckinsale, Total Recall
Nichola Burley, Payback Season
Andrea Riseborough, W.E.
Jaime Winstone, Elfie Hopkins
Catherine Zeta Jones, Lay the Favorite
Worst British Supporting Actor
Ben Drew, The Sweeney
Anthony Hopkins, 360
Jason Maza, The Knot, Truth or Dare, The Man Inside and Outside Bet
Aaron Taylor Johnson Faulds Wood, Anna Karenina and Savages
Marc Wootton, Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger!
Worst British Supporting Actress
Fearne Cotton, as "Herself" in Keith Lemon: The Film
Keeley Hazell, as Frank Harper's "girlfriend" in St. George's Day
Talulah Riley, as the oft-garmentless bride-to-be in The Knot and as the devoted housewife to the billionaire husband she later divorced in the documentary Revenge of the Electric Car
Holly Willoughby, as "Herself" in Keith Lemon: The Film
Catherine Zeta Jones, as one of many embarrassments in Rock of Ages
The Irina Palm d'Or committee meets next week to decide this year's winners; a full list of which will be published here in due course.