Congrats Q!

Tarantino wins British film award
LONDON (AP) – Quentin Tarantino, director of cult movies Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs, was named Film Icon of the Decade at an awards ceremony in London on Sunday.
Tarantino was among a cast of Hollywood and British movie talent recognized during the Empire Awards, which were voted for by more than 12,000 readers of Empire Magazine.
Accepting his award, the 41-year-old announced plans to retire from movie directing in 15 years to become a movie theatre manager.
“The fact that England has embraced me as one of its own is really cool,” Tarantino said. “I hope to give you at least 15 more years of movies, I’m not going to be this old guy that keeps cranking them out.
“My plan is to have a theatre by that time in some small town and I will be the manager – this crazy old movie guy.
“I’ve made enough money that nobody even needs to show up at the theatre. It’s just having something to do.”
Other award recipients included Matt Damon, who was voted Best Actor for his role in The Bourne Supremacy. The action thriller was also named Best Film.
Julie Delpy was awarded Best Actress for Before Sunset, Kate Winslet’s performance in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind won her the Best British Actress award.
Best British Actor went to Paddy Considine for his role in Dead Man’s Shoes.
Supermodel Claudia Schiffer collected the Best British Director award on behalf of her husband Matthew Vaughn, who directed British gangster film Layer Cake.