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The National Movie Awards is a British movie awards ceremony initiated and broadcast by ITV. The awards were initiated following the success of the National Television Awards, a similar awards ceremony for television. The first two ceremonies were held in 2007 and 2008 respectively. The first awards were voted for by the public and the ceremony was held on 28 September, 2007 at the Royal Festival Hall in London, presented by Alexander Armstrong. It was broadcast on ITV the following night. The second awards were voted for by the public and the ceremony was held on 8 September 2008 at the Royal Festival Hall in London, presented by James Nesbitt. It was broadcast on ITV the following night.

There were six categories at the first awards, these are 'Action/Adventure', 'Animation', 'Comedy', 'Family', 'Performance Male' and 'Performance Female'. The second ceremony brought in the 'Superhero' and the 'Musical' award. Like the National Television Awards, foreign productions are also included in the nominations.

The key feature of both the National Movie Awards and The National Television Awards is that the awards are voted for by the public in a large national poll in newspapers, magazines, postal votes, online and by telephone.

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2008 Awards

Winners are in bold.

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Action/Adventure

Superhero

Musical

Comedy

Family

Performance – Male

Performance – Female

Special Recognition

2007 Awards

Winners are in bold.

Action/Adventure

Animation

Comedy

Family

Performance – Male

Performance – Female

Special Recognition

References

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