BAFTA Movie Award Winners 2002

 

56th British Academy Film Awards – BAFTA Awards 2002: Nothing for Harry Potter

The Star-Studded ceremony of BAFTA awards 2002 took place at the Odeon Leicester Square, London. The most nominations were made for ‘Chicago’ and ‘Gangs of New York’, twelve nominations each. ‘Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets’ on the other hand, got nominated for three categories, but could not win any award regardless of being fairly popular. Harry Potter was nominated for Best Visual Effects, but this award was taken away by ‘The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers’, which also succeeded in receiving awards for the Best Costume Design and the Audience Award. Harry Potter was also nominated for Best Production Design, but ‘Road to Perdition’ gained victory in winning this award, along with the award for Best Cinematography. Harry Potter’s last nomination was for Best Sound, which was won by Chicago, the Film that also won the Best Supporting Actress award. Better Luck next time Potter!

A list of the BAFTA winners is as follows:

Best Film BAFTA Award 2002: The Pianist

Best Director BAFTA Award 2002: Roman Polanski – The Pianist

Best Actor in Leading Role BAFTA Award 2002: Daniel Day Lewis – Gangs of New York

Best Actress in Leading Role BAFTA Award 2002: Nicole Kidman – The Hours

Best Supporting Actor BAFTA Award 2002: Christopher Walken – Catch Me If You Can

Best Supporting Actress BAFTA Award 2002: Catherine Zeta Jones – Chicago

 

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