BAFTA Awards of 2011 and 2012

BAFTA Awards of 2011 and 2012

BAFTA Awards of 2011 and 2012

 

BAFTA are the British Academy Film Awards held every year to present awards to the best national and foreign films. In 2011, these awards were held in February to honour the best nominees of the year. The award of the best film was won by “The King’s Speech”. The nominees for the award of best actor were Javier Bardem, Jeff Bridges, Jesse Eisenberg, James Franco and the Colin Firth. The winner of the award was Colin Firth for the movie “The King’s Speech”. The award of the best actress was won by Natalie Portman for her excellent performance in the movie “Black Swan”.

Aaron Sorkin won the award of the best adapted Screenplay for the film “The Social Network”. Best animated film award was won by “Toy Story 3” for its excellent animation show up. Roger Deakins won the award of the best Cinematography for his film “True Grit”. Different nominees were selected for the award of best costume design, but “Alice in Wonderland” won this award. The award of the best director was won by David Fincher for his movie “The Social Network”. The movie “The Social Network” also won the award of best editing. The award of the best film in the foreign language was won by “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo”.

“Alice in Wonderland” won the award of best makeup and hair award. “The King’s Speech” won both best music and best original screenplay awards of the year. The award of the best production design and best special visual effects was won by the movie “Inception”. “The King’s Speech” won best sound award, “Until the River Runs Red” won the award of best short film and “The Eagle man Stag” won the best short animation award of 2011. The award of best supporting actor was won by Geoffrey Rush and best supporting actress by Helena Bonham Carter. Both these performers won the award for their excellent supporting performance in the movie “The King’s Speech”. Harry Potter film series won the 2011 award of outstanding contribution to British Cinema award, while Tom Hardy won the award of rising star and “The King’s Speech” won the best British film award of the year. Chris Morris was the last nominee who won the award of the outstanding debut by a British director for his first movies “Four lions”.

65th BAFTA Awards were held in 2012 in London to honour the best national and international films of 2011. Stephen Fry was the host of the awards. The movie that won the most number of awards for this year was “The Artists” with won seven out of twelve nominations. The award of the best film and the best director film was won by movie “The Artist” directed by Michel Hazanavicius. The award of the best actor and best actress in the leading role was won by Jean Dujardin for the movie “The Artist” and Meryl Sheep for the movie “The Iron Lady” respectively. For the best actor and actress in the supporting role, Christopher Plummer won the best actor’s award for the movie “Beginners” and Octavia Spencer for the category of best actress for movie “The Help”.

The award of the best original screen play was won by the movie “The Artist” and for adapted screen play; the award was won by “Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy” which also won of outstanding British film award 2012. The other awards won by the movie “The Artist” include best Cinematography award, best original music award and the best costume design award. The award of outstanding debut by British director and producer was won by “Tyrannosaur” and “Diarmid Scrimshaw”.

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