Table of contents:
- Michelle Hazanavicius
- Meryl, her Golden Mask "and Colin Firth
- John Hurt and his honorary BAFTA
- Octavia Spencer
- And "Harry Potter" with her
- The Artist's team. And, look, who clings to it
- Russell lost weight, smart girl. And Hugh was beaten - and he was in vain
- Martin Scorsese
- Jean Dujardin accepts congratulations from Penelope
- Billy Bob Thornton
- Christina Hendrix
- Christina Ricci
- Stephen Fry. He led the ceremony
- George on the red carpet
- And Bradick there
- Elizabeth McGovern
- Jean Dujardin and Alexandra Lamy
- Gillian Anderson
- Gary Oldman with his wife
- Melissa George
- Tom Jones
- Jessica Chastain
- Bonnie Wright and Jamie Campbell Bower: "Bite My Peas with Your Teeth"
"Artist" by Michel Hazanavicius, owner of three "Golden Globes“, Distinguished himself in London. At the last awards ceremony British Academy of Film and Television BAFTA The black-and-white picture took prizes in seven out of twelve nominations for which it was nominated: for best film, music, camera work, direction, male lead, original script and costumes.
"Spy, get out!" Thomas Alfredson applied for eleven masks and won in only two categories - "Best Adapted Screenplay " and Best British Film". Two of the three possible awards went to the documentary Asifa Kapadia "Senna", which has already won awards from the Sundance Festival and BIFA.
And here "Shame" by Steve McQueen, alas, was left without awards. Read the full list of winners under the cut. We also find photos from the red carpet!
Best Film: "Artist"
Best British Film: Spy Get Out!
Best British Debut in Directing, Producing or Writing: Tyrannosaurus (directed by Paddy Considine, produced by Dermid Scrimshaw)
Director: Michel Hazanavicius ("The Artist")
Documentary: "Senna" - Asif Kapadia
Original script: "The Artist" (Michelle Hazanavicius)
Adapted script: "Spy, get out!" (Bridget O'Connor, Peter Strohan)
Film in a foreign language (not in English): "The Skin I Live In"
Animated film: "Rango"
Actor: Jean Dujardin ("The Artist")
Actress: Meryl Streep (The Iron Lady)
Supporting Actor: Christopher Plummer (The Beginners)
Supporting Actress: Octavia Spencer ("The Servant")
Operator: Guillaume Schiffman ("The Artist")
Painter: Dante Ferretti, Francesca Lo Schiavo (The Keeper of Time)
Dresser: Mark Bridges ("The Artist")
Sound: "Keeper of Time"
Visual Effects: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II"
Makeup and Hair: "Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part II"
Short film: "Theft in pitch darkness"
Animated short film: "Morning Walk"
Best Young Acting Talent Award The Orange Star Rising Award: Adam Deacon