London – “The power of the dog”Jane Campion’s tense western clash between two brothers at the Montana Farm starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Jesse Flemens at the EE British Academy Film Awards in London on Sunday night.
It surpassed Denise Villeneuve’s science fiction epic and was nominated for Best Picture at the awards commonly known as the BAFTAs.Hill“Kenneth Frank”Belfast“Black and white films based on his childhood in Northern Ireland and Adam McCain”Do not look up”The divisive climate change satire starring Leonardo DiCaprio, Jennifer Lawrence and Meryl Streep.
Cambian also won Best Director – the third woman to receive the award in award history – accelerating her pace ahead of this year’s Academy Awards.
He did not come to London to buy his award. On Saturday, he was at the Directors Guild of America Awards in Los Angeles, where he also won the highest prize. At that awards ceremony, Variety caught the attention when he heard about the humiliation of Campion That’s what actor Sam Elliott said About his film, including “Notes on Homosexuality” in the film.
“He’s not a cowboy, he’s an actor,” he told Campion Variety.
The BAFTAs are notable for their range of winners this year, with no film sweeping the board, even though “The Power of the Dog” won two major prizes. Will Smith won the Best Actor award for his role as Richard Williams, the father of tennis stars Venus and Serena Williams.King Richard”Best Actress received by British Actress Jonah Scanlan for her role.After love”A low-budget film about a white Muslim convert who reveals her husband’s secret past.
The film was not widely seen in the UK, let alone elsewhere, but Scanlan won over stars including Lady Gaga (“Gucci’s house”) And Alana Heim (” Licorice Pizza “), were both in the audience. “Come!” Scanlan accepted his gift and said, “Some stories have surprising endings.”
Hosted by Rebel Wilson, this year’s BAFTAs – equivalent to Britain’s Academy Awards – marked the return of a glamorous person to the ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Last year mostly after the virtual event.
“How good is it to be back in person with award shows?” Wilson said in an opening monologue, “Actors, you can stop doing those healthy podcasts.”
Denis Villeneuve’s science fiction epic “Hill”Received a leading 11 nominations in February, but ended up with only five awards, mainly in the technical categories, including special visual effects, cinematography and sound.
Among the other winners was Haryana Debose, who won the Best Supporting Actress award for her performance as Anita.Western story, ”Surpasses Aunjanue Ellis (“ King Richard ”), Jessie Buckley (“ The Lost Daughter ”), Ruth Negga (“ Passing ”), Ann Dowd (“ Mass ”) and Caitriona Balfe (“ Belfast ”). Best Supporting Actor Award for Troy Kotsur for his role “Koda”A captivating film about a large deaf family in Massachusetts.
Kotsour, who cast cast including Jesse Flemens and Cody Schmidt-McPee (“The Power of the Dog”), used sign language to accept his prize, and asked the James Bond owner’s producers, “Did you consider? The deaf James Bond?”
“Drive my car, ”Japanese drama, in which a playwright struggles to cope with the death of his wife, is named the best non-English language film. The film’s director, Ryusuke Hamaguchi, was overwhelmed during his acceptance speech. “Well, it removed my jet lag,” he said through a translator.
His success is a sign that films are transcendent and transcendent.
BAFTAs are usually seen as the bell for the Oscars, alternating between the voting systems of the two events. The Oscars are set to take place on March 27th.
This year’s event may have something to do with the appearance of the lesser known winner in the Best Actress category Great changes Awards introduced by BAFTA over the past two years to enhance the diversity of nominees for the voting process. This includes the fact that voters must watch a variety of movies before voting.
Some BAFTA voters fear that those changes could jeopardize the future of the awards show. Scott Feinberg, Writes in The Hollywood Reporter In February, he called the changes “high correction, albeit with good intentions” and said it was “signaling to the world that the organization does not trust its own members to make sensible and reasonable decisions.”
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