Our exclusive odds for Sunday’s BAFTA Awards are predicting a Best Picture win for “Boyhood,” but “The Grand Budapest Hotel” will tie that film as the biggest winner overall with three trophies. These statistics are based on a combination of four sets of forecasts at Gold Derby: Experts, Editors, the Top 24 Users (highest scorers predicting last year’s winners), and All Users.
The 12-years-in-the-making “Boyhood” is projected to take the top category of the night, Best Director (Richard Linklater), and Best Supporting Actress (Patricia Arquette) for a total of three victories.
While “Budapest” is not projected to claim one of the top categories, the film should pick up wins for Best Original Screenplay (Wes Anderson), Best Costume Design, and Best Production Design. That will match it with “Boyhood” at three overall trophies for the ceremony.
Four films are slated to take home two BAFTA wins each:
“Birdman” will take home awards for Best Cinematography and Best Film Editing.
“The Imitation Game” will prevail for Best British Film and Best Adapted Screenplay (Graham Moore).
Each of the following nominated movies will bring home an award apiece:
“Citizenfour” will win for Best Documentary Feature.
“Ida” will take home the trophy for Best Foreign Film.
“Interstellar” will prevail for Best Visual Effects.
“Into the Woods” will win for Best Makeup and Hair.
“The Lego Movie” will triumph for Best Animated Feature.
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