BAFTA Movie Award Winners 2003


57th British Academy Film Awards – BAFTA Awards 2003: British Awards Globalizing Fast.

‘The British Academy Film Awards 2003’ ceremony was organized at the Odeon Cinema at London’s Leicester Square which was attended by many of the famous Hollywood stars including Scarlett Johansson, Johny Depp, Renee Zellweger, Uma Thurman and Sean Penn. Johansson thanked the British Academy for recognizing a 19-year-old American actress, on receiving the Best Actress Award for ‘Lost in Translation’. The British Academy awards have become a considerable stopover since they are being held before the Oscars. These awards not only highlight British talent but also appreciate the efforts put in by actors, actresses or directors by including Non-Brit movies in the nominations. British film awards have awards for Best Film, Best British Film and Best Foreign Language Film, making a fast move towards globalizing the British Academy awards and gaining popularity over Oscars worldwide, as mentioned by many showbiz personalities in the past few years.

A list of the BAFTA winners is as follows:

Best Film BAFTA Award 2003: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King

Best Director BAFTA Award 2003: Peter Weir – Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World

Best Actor in Leading Role BAFTA Award 2003: Bill Murray – Lost In Translation

Best Actress in Leading Role BAFTA Award 2003: Scarlett Johansson – Lost In Translation

Best Supporting Actor BAFTA Award 2003: Bill Nighy – Love Actually

Best Supporting Actress BAFTA Award 2003: Renee Zellweger – Cold Mountain

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