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 2013 Bafta nominations announced
The 2013 EE Bafta award nominations have been announced this morning, with Lincoln, Les Misérables and Life Of Pi leading the field…

2013 Bafta nominations announced

The 2013 EE Bafta award nominations have been announced this morning, with Lincoln, Les Misérables and Life Of Pi leading the field…

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The Artist sweeps the 2012 BAFTAs
Silent cinema made a big noise at the BAFTA 2012 awards ceremony last night. Black-and-white charmer The Artist took home seven awards, including the coveted Best Film prize…

The Artist sweeps the 2012 BAFTAs

Silent cinema made a big noise at the BAFTA 2012 awards ceremony last night. Black-and-white charmer The Artist took home seven awards, including the coveted Best Film prize…

BAFTA Best Film artwork arrives
BAFTA has commissioned a series of brochure covers to accompany the Best Film nominees ahead of next Sunday’s award ceremony, and rather gorgeous they are too…

BAFTA Best Film artwork arrives

BAFTA has commissioned a series of brochure covers to accompany the Best Film nominees ahead of next Sunday’s award ceremony, and rather gorgeous they are too…

Check out Quentin’s award shelf at the back of this shot… There’s his Bafta, his Palme d’Or, his Oscar, his Golden Globe and right there, at the bottom, the most prestigious of them all - his Total Film Award :)

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How he rolls

Check out Quentin’s award shelf at the back of this shot… There’s his Bafta, his Palme d’Or, his Oscar, his Golden Globe and right there, at the bottom, the most prestigious of them all - his Total Film Award :)

samrdbr:

How he rolls

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Total Film joins the BAFTA jury for the Orange Wednesdays
Total Film has once more joined up with Orange and BAFTA for The Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award, designed to recognize a fresh face destined for fame, fortune and fulsome critical plaudits.The OWRSA is the only BAFTA decided by you, the paying public.Total Film has already taken its seat alongside fellow jurors Simon Pegg, Sienna Miller, Harry Potter supremo David Yates and various other industry bigwigs to argue 20 candidates down to a fistful of names.
[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE JURY OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

Total Film joins the BAFTA jury for the Orange Wednesdays

Total Film has once more joined up with Orange and BAFTA for The Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award, designed to recognize a fresh face destined for fame, fortune and fulsome critical plaudits.

The OWRSA is the only BAFTA decided by you, the paying public.

Total Film has already taken its seat alongside fellow jurors Simon Pegg, Sienna Miller, Harry Potter supremo David Yates and various other industry bigwigs to argue 20 candidates down to a fistful of names.

[FOR THE FULL STORY, CLICK ON THE JURY OR FOLLOW THIS LINK]

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The King’s Speech reigns at the BAFTAs
The King’s Speech emerged victorious at yesterday’s BAFTA awards ceremony, earning itself seven big wins – including Best Film and Outstanding British Film.

 Star Colin Firth won the Best Actor award, while Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter both bagged a Best Support trophy each.

 Toy Story 3 surprised absolutely nobody by winning the Best Animation award, while The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – ignored at this year’s Oscar noms – won Best Film Not In The English Language.
Inception also took home a clutch of technical awards, while Alice In Wonderland won for its costumes and make-up.

Other contenders to King’s crown came in the form of Natalie Portman – who took home the Best Actress statuette for Black Swan – and David Fincher, who nabbed Best Director for Social Network.
TF favourite Tom Hardy also emerged victorious with the Orange Rising Star Award, beating other TF favourite Andrew Garfield, Aaron Johnson, Gemma Arterton and Emma Stone to the trophy.

 As a sign of how things could play out at this year’s Oscars, these are exciting – if not exactly surprising – results.

 Check out the full list of winners here…

The King’s Speech reigns at the BAFTAs

The King’s Speech emerged victorious at yesterday’s BAFTA awards ceremony, earning itself seven big wins – including Best Film and Outstanding British Film.

 Star Colin Firth won the Best Actor award, while Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter both bagged a Best Support trophy each.

 Toy Story 3 surprised absolutely nobody by winning the Best Animation award, while The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo – ignored at this year’s Oscar noms – won Best Film Not In The English Language.

Inception also took home a clutch of technical awards, while Alice In Wonderland won for its costumes and make-up.

Other contenders to King’s crown came in the form of Natalie Portman – who took home the Best Actress statuette for Black Swan – and David Fincher, who nabbed Best Director for Social Network.

TF favourite Tom Hardy also emerged victorious with the Orange Rising Star Award, beating other TF favourite Andrew Garfield, Aaron Johnson, Gemma Arterton and Emma Stone to the trophy.

 As a sign of how things could play out at this year’s Oscars, these are exciting – if not exactly surprising – results.

 Check out the full list of winners here

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In the Total Film bedroom…

…Dan just got back from the BAFTA’s. After spending all day putting on his suit, and then going to the Royal Opera House to interview Tom Hardy, Tom Hardy didn’t show up. So Dan came home, and is now sitting in his room, in his suit, forever alone.

He didn’t even get to meet Andrew Garfield :(