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    Sam K
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    Here is the list of actors, directors, and films that got BAFTA nominations but not Oscar nominations:
    Best Picture:
    2000: Almost Famous, Billy Elliot
    2001: Amelie, Shrek
    2003: Big Fish, Cold Mountain
    2004: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Motorcycle Diaries, Vera Drake
    2005: The Constant Gardener
    2006: The Last King of Scotland
    2007: American Gangster, The Lives of Others
    2011: Drive, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy
    2015: Carol
    2016: I, Daniel Blake
    Best Director:
    2001: Jean-Pierre Jeunet: Amélie (Le Fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain), Baz Luhrmann: Moulin Rouge!
    2002: Peter Jackson: The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers
    2003: Tim Burton: Big Fish, Anthony Minghella: Cold Mountain
    2004: Marc Forster: Finding Neverland, Michel Gondry: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Michael Mann: Collateral
    2005: Fernando Meirelles: The Constant Gardener
    2006: Jonathan Dayton and Valerie Faris : Little Miss Sunshine
    2007: Paul Greengrass: The Bourne Ultimatum, Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck: The Lives of Others (Das Leben der Anderen), Joe Wright: Atonement
    2008: Clint Eastwood: Changeling
    2009: Neill Blomkamp: District 9, Lone Scherfig: An Education
    2010: Danny Boyle: 127 Hours, Christopher Nolan: Inception
    2011: Tomas Alfredson: Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy, Lynne Ramsay: We Need to Talk About Kevin, Nicolas Winding Refn: Drive
    2012: Quentin Tarantino: Django Unchained, Kathryn Bigelow: Zero Dark Thirty, Ben Affleck: Argo
    2013: Paul Greengrass: Captain Phillips
    2014: James Marsh: The Theory of Everything
    2015: Todd Haynes: Carol, Ridley Scott: The Martian, Steven Spielberg: Bridge of Spies
    2016: Tom Ford: Nocturnal Animals, Ken Loach: I, Daniel Blake
    2017: Luca Guadagnino: Call Me by Your Name, Martin McDonagh: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Denis Villeneuve: Blade Runner 2049
    2018: Bradley Cooper: A Star Is Born
    Best Actor:
    2000: Jamie Bell: Billy Elliot, Michael Douglas: Wonder Boys
    2001: Kevin Spacey: The Shipping News
    2003: Sean Penn: 21 Grams
    2004: Jim Carrey: Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, Gael Garcia Bernal: The Motorcycle Dairies
    2005: Ralph Fiennes: The Constant Gardener
    2006: Daniel Craig: Casino Royale, Leonardo DiCaprio: The Departed, Richard Griffiths: The History Boys
    2007: James McAvoy: Atonement, Ulrich Muhe (Posthumous): The Lives of Others
    2008: Dev Patel: Slumdog Millionaire
    2009: Andy Serkis: Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll
    2011: Michael Fassbender: Shame
    2012: Ben Affleck: Argo
    2013: Tom Hanks: Captain Phillips
    2014: Ralph Fiennes: The Grand Budapest Hotel, Jake Gyllenhaal: Nightcrawler
    2016: Jake Gyllenhaal: Nocturnal Animals
    2017: Jamie Bell: Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool
    2018: Steve Coogan: Stan & Ollie
    Best Actress:
    2000: Michelle Yeoh: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    2001: Nicole Kidman: The Others, Audrey Tatou: Amelie
    2002: Meryl Streep: The Hours
    2003: Scarlett Johansson: Lost in Translation, Scarlett Johansson: Girl with a Pearl Earring, Anne Reid: The Mother, Uma Thurman: Kill Bill: Volume 1
    2004: Kate Winslet: Finding Neverland, Zyi Zhang: House of Flying Daggers
    2005: Zyi Zhang: Memoirs of a Geisha
    2007: Kiera Knightley: Atonement
    2008: Kristin Scott Thomas: I’ve Loved You So Long, Kate Winslet: Revolutionary Road
    2009: Saoirse Ronan: The Lovely Bones, Audrey Tautou: Coco Before Chanel
    2010: Julianne Moore: The Kids Are All Right, Noomi Rapace: The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
    2011: Tilda Swinton: We Need to Talk About Kevin
    2012: Marion Cotillard: Rust and Bone, Helen Mirren: Hitchcock
    2013: Emma Thompson: Saving Mr. Banks
    2014: Amy Adams: Big Eyes
    2015: Maggie Smith: The Lady in the Van
    2016: Amy Adams: Arrival, Emily Blunt: The Girl on the Train
    2017: Annette Bening: Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool
    2018: Viola Davis: Widows
    Best Supporting Actor:
    2000: Gary Lewis: Billy Elliot, Oliver Reed (Posthumous): Gladiator
    2001: Jim Broadbent: Moulin Rouge! , Hugh Bonneville: Iris, Robbie Coltrane: Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone, Colin Firth: Bridget Jones’s Diary, Eddie Murphy: Shrek
    2002: Alfred Molina: Frida
    2003: Bill Nighy: Love Actually, Paul Bettany: Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World, Albert Finney: Big Fish, Ian McKellen: The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King
    2004: Phil Davis: Vera Drake, Rodrigo de la Serna: The Motorcycle Diaries (Diarios de motocicleta)
    2005: Don Cheadle: Crash, George Clooney: Good Night, and Good Luck.
    2006: James McAvoy: The Last King of Scotland, Jack Nicholson: The Departed, Leslie Phillips: Venus, Michael Sheen: The Queen
    2007: Paul Dano: There Will Be Blood, Tommy Lee Jones: No Country for Old Men
    2008: Brendan Gleeson: In Bruges, Brad Pitt: Burn After Reading
    2009: Alec Baldwin: It’s Complicated, Christian McKay: Me and Orson Welles, Alfred Molina: An Education
    2010: Andrew Garfield: The Social Network, Pete Postlethwaite (posthumous): The Town
    2011: Jim Broadbent: The Iron Lady, Philip Seymour Hoffman: The Ides of March
    2012: Javier Bardem: Skyfall
    2013: Daniel Brühl: Rush, Matt Damon: Behind the Candelabra
    2015: Benicio del Toro: Sicario, Idris Elba: Beasts of No Nation
    2016: Hugh Grant: Florence Foster Jenkins, Aaron Taylor-Johnson: Nocturnal Animals
    2017: Hugh Grant: Paddington 2
    2018: Timothée Chalamet: Beautiful Boy
    Best Supporting Actress:
    2000: Lena Olin: Chocolat, Ziyi Zhang: Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon
    2001: Judi Dench: The Shipping News
    2002: Toni Collette: About a Boy
    2003: Laura Linney: Mystic River, Judy Parfitt: Girl with a Pearl Earring, Emma Thompson: Love Actually
    2004: Julie Christie: Finding Neverland, Heather Craney: Vera Drake, Meryl Streep: The Manchurian Candidate
    2005: Thandie Newton: Crash, Brenda Blethyn: Pride & Prejudice
    2006: Emily Blunt: The Devil Wears Prada, Toni Collette: Little Miss Sunshine, Frances de la Tour: The History Boys
    2007: Kelly Macdonald: No Country for Old Men, Samantha Morton: Control
    2008: Frieda Pinto: Slumdog Millionaire, Tilda Swinton: Burn After Reading
    2009: Anne-Marie Duff: Nowhere Boy, Kristin Scott Thomas: Nowhere Boy
    2010: Barbara Hershey: Black Swan, Lesley Manville: Another Year, Miranda Richardson: Made in Dagenham
    2011: Judi Dench: My Week with Marilyn, Carey Mulligan: Drive
    2012: Judi Dench: Skyfall
    2013: Oprah Winfrey: The Butler
    2014: Rene Russo: Nightcrawler, Imelda Staunton: Pride
    2015: Alicia Vikander: Ex Machina, Julie Walters: Brooklyn
    2016: Hayley Squires: I, Daniel Blake
    2017: Kristin Scott Thomas: Darkest Hour
    2018: Claire Foy: First Man, Margot Robbie: Mary Queen of Scots

    What films, actors or directors could get BAFTA nominations this year but not get Oscar nominations this year?

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    You couldn’t just post this in the BAFTAs thread?!?!??!!?!?

    https://www.goldderby.com/forum/movies/bafta-film-awards-2020/page/2/

    FYC OSCARS : VANESSA KIRBY FOR "PIECES OF A WOMAN", GLENN CLOSE FOR "HILLBILLY ELEGY", ANTHONY HOPKINS FOR "THE FATHER", CHADWICK BOSEMAN FOR "MA RAINEY'S BLACK BOTTOM", PROMISING YOUNG WOMAN (BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY).

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    Taron Edgerton is the obvious answer. He might or might not get an Oscar nomination, but he is 100% getting in at BAFTA.
    Somehow, I don’t see either The Farewell or Harriett appealing to Brits, which could open up a slot for Emma Thompson or Helen Mirren.
    Florence Pugh I think is getting in at both, but she is more safe at BAFTA.
    Almodovar and Banderas are more likely to get a nod here as well

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    You couldn’t just post this in the BAFTAs thread?!?!??!!?!?

    He did so much work.

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    Egerton and Erivo will be in this list

    I just love movies. And awards.

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    Rocketman- Taron Egerton
    Wild Rose- Jessie Buckley

    Sad about you, Taron.

    I just love movies. And awards.

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