In a night of massive drama at the first annual British National Party movie awards, Mel Gibson scooped several awards including Best Actor, Best Director and Best Adapted Screenplay.
Gibson, 55, made a rare public appearance and collected all of the awards in person. He was particularly thrilled to have won Best Actor for his performance in the self-proclaimed "best film of the year", 'Edge of Darkness'.
But controversy was rife during the awards at Barnsley Town Hall when Gibson won the Best Director award for 'The Passion of the Christ', despite that film being released six years ago in 2004. BNP leader Nick Griffin explained that there has been "no decent Anti-Semetic films since then, so it seems only fair."
The Passion also scooped the Best Adapted Screenplay award, and when asked why, Griffin snapped back furiously, "The same reason applies as before. There hasn't been a decent Anti-Semetic since The Passion. Aren't you listening? Are you thick or something? You're not a foreigner, are you? Just get out!"
Unfortunately I was unable to see the winners because I was booted out for "being foreign", but I have heard through the grapevine that the winner of the Worst Actor award was Forest Whitaker for his lousy performance in 'Repo Men', and the Worst Actress award has gone to the entire cast of 'For Colored Girls'. And the Inappropriate Film Title Award has gone to Black Swan.