BAFTA Movie Award Winners 1980 – 1989

BAFTA Awards 1980-1989: Some Britannia Award Pampering!

BAFTA started the Britannia Awards in 1989; these awards are given to individuals. The ceremony happened in Los Angeles and the award was called ‘Britannia Award for Excellence in Film’.

The Winners’ list is as follows:


Film: The Elephant Man

Director: Akira Kurosawa – Kagemusha

Actor: John Hurt – The Elephant Man

Actress: Judy Davis – My Brilliant Career


Film: Chariots of Fire

Director: Louis Malle – Atlantic City

Actor: Burt Lancaster – Atlantic City

Actress: Meryl Streep – The French Lieutenant’s Woman


Film: Gandhi

Director: Richard Attenborough – Gandhi

Actor: Ben Kingsley – Gandhi

Actress: Katherine Hepburn – On Golden Pond


Film: Educating Rita

Director: Bill Forsyth – Local Hero

Actors: Dustin Hoffman – Tootsie; Michael Caine – Educating Rita

Actress: Julie Walter – Educating Rita


Film: The Killing Fields

Director: Wim Wenders – Paris, Texas

Actor: Dr Haing S Ngor – The Killing Fields

Actress: Maggie Smith – A Private Function


Film: The Purple Rose of Cairo

Actor: William Hurt – Kiss Of the Spider Woman

Actress: Peggy Ashcroft – A Passage to India


Film: A Room with a View

Director: Woody Allen – Hannah and Her Sisters

Actor: Bob Hoskins – Mona Lisa

Actress: Maggie Smith – A Room with a View


Film: Jean De Florette

Director: Oliver Stone – Platoon

Actor: Sean Connery – The Name of the Rose

Actress: Anne Bancroft – 84 Charing Cross Road


Film: The Last Emperor

Director: Louis Malle – Goodbye Children

Actor: John Cleese – A Fish Called Wanda

Actress: Maggie Smith – The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne


Film: Dead Poet’s Society

Director: Kenneth Branagh – Henry V

Actor: Daniel Day-Lewis – My Left Foot

Actress: Pauline Collins – Shirley Valentine

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