The Info List - 64th British Academy Film Awards

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The 64th British Academy Film Awards, more commonly known as the BAFTAs, were held on 13 February 2011 at the Royal Opera House in London, honouring the best national and foreign films of 2010. The nominations were announced on 18 January 2011.[1][2] Presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, accolades are handed out for the best feature-length film and documentaries of any nationality that were screened at British cinemas in 2010. The King's Speech earned the most nominations with fourteen and won seven, including Best Film, Outstanding British Film, Best Actor for Colin Firth, Best Supporting Actor for Geoffrey Rush, Best Supporting Actress for Helena Bonham Carter, and Best Original Screenplay for David Seidler.[3][4][5][6] Natalie Portman won Best Actress for Black Swan and David Fincher won Best Director for The Social Network.[3]


1 Winners and nominees

1.1 BAFTA Fellowship 1.2 Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema

2 Awards breakdown 3 See also 4 References 5 External links

Winners and nominees[edit]

David Fincher, Best Director winner

Colin Firth, Best Actor winner

Natalie Portman, Best Actress winner

Geoffrey Rush, Best Supporting Actor winner

Helena Bonham Carter, Best Supporting Actress winner

Aaron Sorkin, Best Adapted Screenplay winner

Tom Hardy, Orange Rising Star Award winner

BAFTA Fellowship[edit]

Sir Christopher Lee

Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema[edit]

Harry Potter film series[7]

Best Film Best Director

The King's Speech

Black Swan Inception The Social Network True Grit

David Fincher – The Social Network

Darren Aronofsky – Black Swan Danny Boyle – 127 Hours Tom Hooper – The King's Speech Christopher Nolan – Inception

Best Actor in a Leading Role Best Actress in a Leading Role

Colin Firth – The King's Speech

Javier Bardem – Biutiful Jeff Bridges – True Grit Jesse Eisenberg – The Social Network James Franco – 127 Hours

Natalie Portman – Black Swan

Annette Bening – The Kids Are All Right Julianne Moore – The Kids Are All Right Noomi Rapace – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Hailee Steinfeld – True Grit

Best Actor in a Supporting Role Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Geoffrey Rush – The King's Speech

Christian Bale – The Fighter Andrew Garfield – The Social Network Pete Postlethwaite – The Town Mark Ruffalo – The Kids Are All Right

Helena Bonham Carter – The King's Speech

Amy Adams – The Fighter Barbara Hershey – Black Swan Lesley Manville – Another Year Miranda Richardson – Made in Dagenham

Best Original Screenplay Best Adapted Screenplay

David Seidler – The King's Speech

Mark Heyman, Andrés Heinz, and John McLaughlin – Black Swan Scott Silver, Paul Tamasy, and Eric Johnson – The Fighter Christopher Nolan – Inception Lisa Cholodenko and Stuart Blumberg – The Kids Are All Right

Aaron Sorkin – The Social Network

Danny Boyle and Simon Beaufoy – 127 Hours Rasmus Heisterberg and Nikolaj Arcel – The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Michael Arndt – Toy Story 3 Joel Coen and Ethan Coen – True Grit

Best Cinematography Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer

Roger Deakins – True Grit

Anthony Dod Mantle and Enrique Chediak – 127 Hours Matthew Libatique – Black Swan Wally Pfister – Inception Danny Cohen – The King's Speech

Chris Morris (Director/Writer) – Four Lions

Clio Barnard (Director) and Tracy O'Riordan (Producer) – The Arbor Banksy (Director) and Jaimie D'Cruz (Producer) – Exit Through the Gift Shop Gareth Edwards (Director/Writer) – Monsters Nick Whitfield (Director/Writer) – Skeletons

Outstanding British Film Best Original Music

The King's Speech

127 Hours Another Year Four Lions Made in Dagenham

Alexandre Desplat – The King's Speech

A. R. Rahman – 127 Hours Danny Elfman – Alice in Wonderland John Powell – How to Train Your Dragon Hans Zimmer – Inception

Best Sound Best Production Design

Richard King, Lora Hirschberg, Gary Rizzo, and Ed Novick – Inception Glenn Freemantle, Ian Tapp, Richard Pryke, Steven C. Laneri, and Douglas Cameron – 127 Hours Ken Ishii, Craig Henighan, and Dominick Tavella – Black Swan John Midgley, Lee Walpole, and Paul Hamblin – The King's Speech Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff, Peter Kurland, and Douglas Axtell – True Grit

Guy Hendrix Dyas, Larry Dias, and Doug Mowat – Inception

Robert Stromberg and Karen O'Hara – Alice in Wonderland Thérèse DePrez and Tora Peterson – Black Swan Eve Stewart and Judy Farr – The King's Speech Jess Gonchor and Nancy Haigh – True Grit

Best Special Visual Effects Best Costume Design

Chris Corbould, Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley, and Peter Bebb – Inception

Ken Ralston, David Schaub, Sean Phillips, and Carey Villegas – Alice in Wonderland Dan Schrecker – Black Swan Tim Burke, John Richardson, Nicolas Aithadi, and Christian Manz – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 Guido Quaroni, Michael Fong, and David Ryu – Toy Story 3

Colleen Atwood – Alice in Wonderland

Amy Westcott – Black Swan Jenny Beavan – The King's Speech Louise Stjernsward – Made in Dagenham Mary Zophres – True Grit

Best Makeup and Hair Best Editing

Valli O'Reilly and Paul Gooch – Alice in Wonderland

Judy Chin and Geordie Sheffer – Black Swan Amanda Knight and Lisa Tomblin – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1 Frances Hannon – The King's Speech Lizzie Yianni Georgiou – Made in Dagenham

Angus Wall and Kirk Baxter – The Social Network

Jon Harris – 127 Hours Andrew Weisblum – Black Swan Lee Smith – Inception Tariq Anwar – The King's Speech

Best Film Not in the English Language[8] Best Animated Film

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo (Män som hatar kvinnor)

I Am Love (Io sono l'amore) Biutiful Of Gods and Men (Des hommes et des dieux) The Secret in Their Eyes (El secreto de sus ojos)

Toy Story 3

Despicable Me How to Train Your Dragon

Best Short Animation Best Short Film

Michael Please – The Eagleman Stag

David Prosser – Matter Fisher Matthias Hoegg – Thursday

Paul Wright and Poss Kondeatis – Until The River Runs Red

Samuel Abrahams and Beau Gordon – Connect Piers Thompson and Simon Hessel – Lin Michael Pearce and Ross McKenzie – Rite Karni Arieli, Saul Freed, Alison Sterling, and Kat Armour-Brown – Turning

Orange Rising Star Award[9]

Tom Hardy

Gemma Arterton Andrew Garfield Emma Stone Aaron Taylor-Johnson

Awards breakdown[edit]

Most wins

7 wins The King's Speech 3 wins Inception and The Social Network 2 wins Alice in Wonderland

Most nominations

14 nominations The King's Speech 12 nominations Black Swan 9 nominations Inception 8 nominations 127 Hours and True Grit 6 nominations The Social Network 5 nominations Alice in Wonderland 4 nominations The Kids Are All Right and Made in Dagenham 3 nominations The Fighter, The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, and Toy Story 3 2 nominations Another Year, Biutiful, Four Lions, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1, and How to Train Your Dragon

See also[edit]

16th Critics' Choice Awards 17th Screen Actors Guild Awards 31st Golden Raspberry Awards 65th Tony Awards 68th Golden Globe Awards 83rd Academy Awards


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External links[edit]

64th BAFTA Awards page

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Current Awards

Actor Actress Animated Feature British Film Cinematography Costume Design Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer Director Documentary Editing Film Film Not in the English Language Makeup and Hair Music Production Design Screenplay: Adapted Screenplay: Original Short Animation Short Film Sound Supporting Actor Supporting Actress Rising Star Visual Effects

Special awards

Fellowship Award Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award Special Award

Retired awards

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