BAFTA Winners Announced

Slumdog and Benjamin Button rule roost

by | February 8, 2009 | Comments

The Orange British Academy Film Awards took place tonight in London’s Covent Garden with nominees like Angelina Jolie, Kate Winslet, and Mickey Rourke joining presenters as diverse as Sharon Stone, Goldie Hawn and, to the surprise of a packed BAFTA crowd, Mick Jagger. Not surprisingly given home field advantage, the big winner of the night was Slumdog Millionaire, while Benjamin Button was the best represented American hopeful, picking up plenty of technical gongs. But, as always with the British Academy, there were plenty of surprises amongst the results…


Best Film


The Curious Case of Benjamin Button




The Curious Case of Benjamin Button


71%


Frost Nixon


Frost/Nixon

91%


Milk


Milk

93%


The Reader



The Reader


60%


Slumdog Millionaire



Slumdog
Millionaire


94%



Outstanding British Film


Hunger



Hunger


89%


In Bruges




In Bruges


81%


Mamma Mia!


Mamma Mia!

91%


Man on Wire


Man on Wire

100%


Slumdog Millionaire



Slumdog
Millionaire


94%


The Carl Foreman Award

Simon Chinn

(Producer)

Man on Wire



Man on Wire


100%

Judy Craymer

(Producer)

Mamma Mia!


Mamma Mia!

91%

Garth Jennings

(Writer)

Son of Rambow


Son of Rambow

74%

Steve McQueen

(Writer/Director)

Hunger



Hunger


89%

Solon Papadopoulos
Roy Boulter
(Producers)

Of Time and the City



Of Time and the City


89%


Director

Clint Eastwood

Milk


Changeling

60%

David
Fincher


The Curious Case of Benjamin Button




The Curious Case of Benjamin Button


71%

Ron Howard

Frost Nixon


Frost/Nixon

91%

Stephen
Daldry


The Reader



The Reader


60%

Danny Boyle

Slumdog Millionaire



Slumdog
Millionaire


94%


Leading Actor

Frank
Langella


Frank Langella


Frost/Nixon

91%

Dev Patel

Dev Patel



Slumdog Millionaire


94%

Sean Penn

Sean Penn


Milk

93%


Brad Pitt


Brad Pitt




The Curious Case of Benjamin Button


71%

Mickey
Rourke


Mickey Rourke


The Wrestler

98%


Leading Actress

Angelina Jolie

Angelina Jolie


Changeling

60%

Kristin Scott Thomas

Kristin Scott Thomas


I’ve Loved You So Long

91%

Meryl Streep

Meryl Streep



Doubt


78%

Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet



The Reader


60%

Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet



Revolutionary Road


70%


Supporting Actor

Robert
Downey Jr.


Robert Downey Jr


Tropic Thunder

83%

Brendan Gleeson

Brendan Gleeson


In Bruges

81%


Philip Seymour Hoffman


Philip Seymour Hoffman/



Doubt


78%

Heath Ledger

Heath Ledger


The Dark Knight

94%

Brad Pitt

Brad Pitt



Burn After Reading


77%


Supporting Actress

Amy Adams

Amy Adams


Doubt

78%

Penelope
Cruz


Penelope Cruz


Vicky
Cristina Barcelona


81%

Freida Pinto

Freida Pinto



Slumdog Millionaire


94%

Tilda Swinton

Tilda Swinton



Burn After Reading


77%

Marisa Tomei

Marisa Tomei


The Wrestler

98%


Original Screenplay Adapted Screenplay

Burn After Reading
(77%)


The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
(71%)


Changeling
(60%)

Frost/Nixon (91%)

I’ve Loved You So Long (91%)

The Reader
(60%)

In Bruges (81%) 

Revolutionary Road
(70%)

Milk (93%)

Slumdog
Millionaire
(94%) 
Film Not in the English Language Animated Film

The Baader
Meinhof Complex
from Germany (82%)

Persepolis (96%)

Gomorrah (92%)
Fresh WALL-E (96%) 
Fresh I’ve Loved You So Long (91%)  Fresh Waltz With Bashir (96%)
Fresh Persepolis (96%)

Waltz With
Bashir
(96%)
Music Cinematography
Fresh The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (71%)
Changeling
(60%)
Fresh The Dark Knight (94%)

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
(71%)

Mamma Mia! (53%)

The Dark Knight
(94%)
Fresh Slumdog
Millionaire
(94%)  

The Reader
(60%)
Fresh WALL-E (96%)
Slumdog
Millionaire
(94%) 
Editing Production Design
Fresh Changeling (60%) Fresh Changeling (60%)


The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
(71%)


The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
(71%) 

The Dark Knight
(94%)
Fresh The Dark Knight (94%)
Fresh Frost/Nixon (91%) Fresh Revolutionary
Road
(70%)
Fresh In Bruges (81%) Fresh Slumdog
Millionaire
(94%)
Fresh Slumdog
Millionaire
(94%) 
Costume Design Sound
Fresh Changeling (60%) Fresh Changeling (60%)
Fresh The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (71%)
The Dark Knight
(94%)
Fresh The Dark Knight (94%) Fresh Quantum of Solace (65%)
Fresh The Duchess (60%)  Fresh Slumdog
Millionaire
(94%) 
Revolutionary Road Revolutionary
Road
(70%)
Fresh WALL-E (96%)
Special Visual Effects Make-Up and Hair
Fresh The Curious Case of Benjamin Button (71%) 

The Curious Case of Benjamin Button
(71%) 
Fresh The Dark Knight (94%)
The Dark Knight
(94%)

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (77%)

The Duchess (60%)

Iron Man (93%)
Fresh Frost/Nixon (91%)

Quantum of Solace (65%)
Fresh Milk (93%)
Short Animation Short Film
Codswallop Kingsland #1 The Dreamer
Varmints Love You More
Wallace and Gromit: A Matter of Loaf and Death  Ralph
September 
Voyage d’Affaires
Orange Rising Star Award Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema
Michael Cera Pinewood/Shepperton Studios 
Noel Clarke 
Michael Fassbender
Rebecca Hall
Toby Kebbell
Academy Fellowship
Terry Gilliam 

The British Academy of Film & Television Arts (BAFTA) held their annual awards presentation on February 21st, and they managed to dole out some love for an interesting variety of films and filmmakers — most of which have been on the receiving end of other awards already, but they’re good choices anyway, if it’s me you’re asking.

Best FilmBrokeback Mountain

The Alexander Korda Award for Outstanding British Film of the Year — Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit

The Carl Foreman Award for Special Achievement by a British Director, Writer or Producer in their First Feature Film
Joe Wright, Pride & Prejudice

The David Lean Award for Achievement in DirectionAng Lee, Brokeback Mountain

Original ScreenplayPaul Haggis & Bobby Moresco, Crash

Adapted ScreenplayLarry McMurtry & Diana Ossana, Brokeback Mountain

Film Not in the English LanguageThe Beat That My Heart Skipped

Actor in a Leading RolePhilip Seymour Hoffman, Capote

Actress in a Leading RoleReese Witherspoon, Walk the Line

Actor in a Supporting RoleJake Gyllenhaal, Brokeback Mountain

Actress in a Supporting Role
Thandie Newton, Crash

The Anthony Asquith Award for Achievement in Film Music
John Williams, Memoirs of a Geisha

Cinematography
Dion Beebe, Memoirs of a Geisha

EditingClaire Simpson, The Consant Gardener

Production DesignStuart Craig, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Costume DesignColleen Atwood, Memoirs of a Geisha

Sound
— Walk the Line

Achievement in Special Visual EffectsKing Kong

Make-up & HairThe Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Short Animation Film — Fallen Art

Short Film — Antonio’s Breakfast

The Orange Rising Star AwardJames McAvoy

BAFTA is a charity with principal objects to promote and advance education through its events and to cultivate and improve public taste in the film, television and games industries. Its principal activities are the staging of UK and international awards ceremonies, special tribute evenings and an ever-expanding events and education programme. BAFTA has approximately 6,500 members worldwide.

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