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Feb 24th, 2002, 05:19 PM
As you may know the Bafta's take place tonight. Who do u think will get the most awards? LOTR? Moulin Rouge? I think LOTR and Moulin Rouge have the smae amont of nominations i might be wrong. I expect LOTR to get a good few awards and the same with Moulin Rouge.

Is anyone watching them tonight? I might switch between channels to see whats going on :)

I hope Nicole Kidman get the award for Best Actress :)

Feb 24th, 2002, 08:54 PM
Best Film - Lord Of The Rings

Best British Film - Gosford Park

Best Actress - Judi Dench (Iris)

Best Actor - Russell Crowe (A Beautiful Mind)

Best Supporting Actress - Jennifer Connelly (A Beautiful Mind)

Best Supporting Actor - Jim Broadbent (Moulin Rouge)

Best Director - (The David Lean Award) Peter Jackson (Lord Of The Rings)

The Carl Foreman Award - Joel Hopkins/Nicola Usborne (Jump Tomorrow)

Best Screenplay (Original) - Amelie (G Laurant/J-Pierre Jeunet)

Best Screenplay (Adapted) - Shrek (Elliott/Rossio/Stillman/ Schulman)

Best Film Not In The English Language - Amores Perros

Best Cinematography - The Man Who Wasn't There (Roger Deakins)

Best Production Design - Amelie (Aline Bonetto)

Best Costume Design - Gosford Park (Jenny Beavan)

Best Editing - Mulholland Drive (Mary Sweeney)

Best Sound - Moulin Rouge

Best Music - (The Anthony Asquith Award) Moulin Rouge (Craig Armstrong)

Best Special Visual Effects - Lord Of The Rings

Best Make Up and Hair - Lord Of The Rings

Best Short Film - About A Girl (Nordwall/Percival/ Rutterford)

Best Short Animation - Dog (Suzie Templeton)

A British Academy Fellowship was given to Merchant Ivory production company and to Warren Beatty.

Feb 24th, 2002, 08:58 PM
Yaay! Russell Crowe got a BAFTA!

Feb 24th, 2002, 09:10 PM
So Lord of the rings only got 4:sad: But 2 big awrads there!