For those outside the UK, Film 2005 is a weekly film review programme in the UK. It's very mainstream, having been called Film 1974 when first broadcast on the BBC
It voted Serenity as film of the year. Others in the top ten were Sideways, HP&tGoF, Batman Begins, Crash, and some films I forgot.
Serenity got a small montage of clips like Define Interesting, and Or We Could Talk Some More. Jonathan Ross (the host, a very big cheese) said how brilliant the film was, and that it hadn't been seen by enough people but everyone who saw it loved it.
Joss had filmed an acceptance speech. He thanks "the people of Britainland for voting for my film Sere Nitty". He says that the film was "a labour of love - which means a box-office disappointment". He says that every time someone makes a movie they look inside their own hearts, and what he found in his heart was "spaceships, weird people and a little girl who kicks the hell out of people."