See how you did predicting the BAFTA film awards winners

Congratulations to our site user nowhereboy, who earned a score of 85% accuracy predicting the BAFTA film awards winners. He actually tied with Daivee Nava and Jesse Satterwhite but used his 500 and 200 point bets wisely and had the better point score of 6,340.

Over 1,100 Gold Derby readers forecasted this year’s BAFTA champs, logging over 20,000 predictions. To see how you fared, log in to your account and under your profile picture click BAFTA Film Awards 2013.

Click here for a breakdown of all top scorers. To see how we fared predicting each category, click here.

RELATED: Anne Thompson tops Experts predicting BAFTA film winners.

A total of 28 Users beat our best Editors — David Schnelwar and Marcus Dixon — who came in at 75% accuracy. Next best at 70% was Matt Noble. Rob Licuria and Daniel Montgomery followed with 6% correct. I brought up the rear with just 60%.

Our overall best Expert was Anne Thompson (Thompson on Hollywood) with an excellent 80% correct. In second place was Gold Derby’s own Tom O’Neil with 70%. He was followed by five Experts at 65% — Edward Douglas (Coming Soon), Scott Feinberg (Hollywood Reporter), Paul Sheehan (Gold Derby), Sasha Stone (Awards Daily), and Peter Travers (Rolling Stone). Tied with 60% each were Matt Atchity (Rotten Tomatoes) and Susan Wloszczyna (Roger Ebert). Claudia Puig (USA Today) scored 55%, and Tariq Khan (Fox News) was at 50%.

For actual totals in those interesting categories, we did best at predicting the winners for “Frozen” for Animated Feature (100%), “Gravity” for Visual Effects (99%) and Cinematography (99%), and Cate Blanchett for Actress (97%). The worst categories were “Rush” for Editing (0%), Barkhad Abdi for Supporting Actor (2%), and Jennifer Lawrence for Supporting Actress (6%).

Collectively, the Editors were best overall with 68%, followed by tie between the Users and Experts with 63%.

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