Bafta Awards 2021 kicks off, these are the winners

The 74th edition of BAFTA Awards, The hallmark of British and international cinema, launched on Sunday at Royal Albert Hall from London.

The ceremony, which is being held by default for the first time in its history, has been postponed until April in conjunction with the rest of the award ceremonies, with Golden balls Held in March and Oscar Inside in two weeks.

At the ceremony, this year’s winner will be known, who will try to replicate the success of the film Sam Mendes “1917” who took seven gold masks.

This year, “Nomadland”, which tells the story of Bedouins in the United States who make a living in temporary jobs while staying in a caravan, and “Rocks,” which traces the experiences of a girl and her brother when their mothers leave. Of them, they are the main candidates, with seven nominations each.

They were followed by six nominations for “Father”, “Mank”, “Minari” and “The Most Promising Young Woman”, while “The Dig” and “The Mauritanian” each received five.

The best film category will be decided, the most important of which is the night between “Nomadland”, “The Father”, “The Mauritanian”, “The Promising Young Woman” and “The Chicago Trial 7”.

The traditional speech of Prince GuillermoPresident of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), due to the death of his grandfather, the Prince Philip EdinburghThis Friday.

“My octopus teacher” I got a Bafta Best Documentary Film. The film defeated “David Attenborough: A Life on our Planet”, “The Dissident” and “The Social Dilemma”, in a virtual ceremony where the film’s creators received the award from their homes.

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Tape “Soul”, from Pete Docter Rose like Best Animated Film.

The movie, which was released on Disney +, beat Dan Scanlon’s “Onward”, also from the Pixar franchise, and “Wolfwalkers” by Tom Moore and Ross Stewart.

“The Soul” is a movie about how we find the true priorities in our lives and there is no such thing as a global epidemic of realizing what is really important, “said producer Dana Murray in a video clip.

Chloe Chow Recognized as the best direction by Nomadland. Not only did the Chinese-American director win the valuable award for her work, the film also received the best prize.

Frances McDormand She rose as the best actress for her role in “Nomadland”. The actress, who plays a woman traveling the US in a caravan, was not present at the 74th BAFTA Awards, but sent a message thanking “all Britons” for the award and taking over on behalf of the entire distribution. .

on the other side, Anthony HopkinsWithout a doubt, he got the mask for Best Actor in “The Father”, thanks to his performance in Florian Zeller.

Film Vocal Band “Soul”The jazz tournament and melodies John Baptiste, Trent Reisnor s Atticus Ross, Awarded Bafta for Best Original Music.

List of winners to date

the best movie
‘Bedouin land’

The best direction
Chloe Chow. ‘Bedouin land’

Best Actress
Frances McDormand. ‘Bedouin land’

best actor
Anthony Hopkins. “the father”

Animated film.

Adapted text
“the father”

‘The sound of metal’

A film in a language other than English
“Another voice. Thomas Winterberg”

Photography (cinematography)
Bedouin. Joshua James Richards

Supporting Actress
Yoh Jung Eun. Minary.

Original script
“A promising young woman.” Emerald Vinyl

Assistant actor
Daniel Kaluuya, “Odas and the Black Christ”

Debut for a writer, director, or producer
“his house”. Ramy Weeks

documentary film
“My octopus teacher”

Original music

Best British Film
‘Promising young woman’

A growing star
Bucky Bkray.

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