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    ColinWesley
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    #215792

    Although I feel that Brie is absolutely a lock for the Oscar, I have Ms. Ronan winning BAFTA because of Julie Walter’s nomination. I look at that as a little clue in favour of Brooklyn’s popularity.  

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    AMG
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    Shocked to see Taron Egerton down in fourth place in the prediction centre for EE Rising Star. He’s below Brie Larson and Bel Powley!

    People do realise that this award is voted for by the public, yes? How are Larson and Powley, who, while great, are from largely unseen films this year, so much higher than Egerton who starred in blockbuster successes Kingsman and Legend?

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    Final BAFTA predix are up on the blog: http://www.theawardsconnection.com/home/2016/2/2/andrews-2015-bafta-predictions

    These are actually far more difficult to forecast than the Oscars this year, sans Lead Actor and the two screenwriting categories, which also seem to have shoo-ins here. I have “Revenant,” Inarritu, DiCaprio, Ronan, Rylance and Vikander. It could just as easily, however, wind up “The Big Short,” McKay, DiCaprio, Larson, Elba (or Bale) and Mara (or Winslet). The tech categories are tough to figure out, too, considering Miller didn’t garner a nom.

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    seabel
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    FINAL PREDIX

    Best Picture: The Big Short
    Best British Film: Brooklyn
    Best Director: Adam McKay, The Big Short
    Best Actor: Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant
    Best Actress: Saoirse Ronan, Brooklyn
    Best Supporting Actor: Christian Bale, The Big Short
    Best Supporting Actress: Jennifer Jason Leigh, The Hateful Eight
    Best Original Screenplay: Spotlight 
    Best Adapted Screenplay: Carol
    Best Cinematography: The Revenant
    Best Film Editing: The Big Short
    Best Sound: Mad Max: Fury Road
    Best Visual Effects: Mad Max: Fury Road
    Best Production Design: Mad Max: Fury Road
    Best Costume Design: Carol
    Best Makeup and Hairstyles: The Revenant
    Best Music: The Hateful Eight
    Best Animation: Inside Out 
    Best Documentary: Amy
    Best Debut: Alex Garland, Ex Machina
    Best Foreign: The Assassin

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    Chris Beachum
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    London, 11 February 2016: The British Academy of Film and Television
    Arts (BAFTA) has today confirmed of a number of nominees, presenters and
    other attendees of this Sunday’s EE British Academy Film Awards at the
    Royal Opera House, London.

    Hosted by Stephen Fry, the ceremony will be broadcast on BBC One and
    BBC One HD at 21.00 on Sunday 14 February. A special red carpet show
    will be broadcast on BBC Three, hosted by Angela Scanlon at 20.30.

    Nominees confirmed to date include (in alphabetical order): Aaron
    Sorkin, Adam McKay, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Alex Garland, Alicia
    Vikander, Asif Kapadia, Bel Powley, Benicio Del Toro, Bryan Cranston,
    Cate Blanchett, Christian Bale, Dakota Johnson, Eddie Redmayne, Idris
    Elba, John Boyega, Julie Walters, Hou Hsiao-Hsien, Kate Winslet,
    Leonardo DiCaprio, Maggie Smith, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Damon, Michael
    Fassbender, Rooney Mara, Saoirse Ronan, Steven Spielberg, Taron Egerton,
    Todd Haynes and Tom Hooper.

    Presenters and other attendees confirmed to date include (in
    alphabetical order): Adewale Akinnuoye Agbaje, Angela Bassett, Domhnall
    Gleeson, Cuba Gooding Jr, Douglas Booth, Emilia Clarke, Jack O’Connell,
    Julianne Moore, Matt Smith, Rebel Wilson, Riz Ahmed, Rupert Grint, Sacha
    Baron Cohen, Stanley Tucci, Will Poulter and Sonoya Mizuno.

    As previously announced, Angels Costumes is to receive the
    Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award and Sir Sidney Poitier
    is to be honoured with the BAFTA Fellowship. The Outstanding British
    Contribution to Cinema Award will be collected by Tim Angel OBE, however
    Sir Sidney will be unable to make the trip to London to receive his
    Fellowship in person because his health advisors recommend he refrain
    from transatlantic travel at this time.

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    Mina Nagy
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    Does REV have good reviews in the UK or are they meh?

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    Lord Freddy Blackfyre
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    Does REV have good reviews in the UK or are they meh?

    Yesterday I was looking for exactly that and reading the reviews in the major newspaper I think The Revenant has much better reviews in UK than in America. 

    The Oscar needs to get rid of the preferential ballot so it can name a deserving movie as Best Picture again.

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    If you’re like me, then you love seeing the brochure artwork for the five Best Film nominees. Today, they have been revealed!

    The Big Short
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160548124/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=618×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404202/e=never/k=3bd91cd7/film16coverPosters01_bigShort.jpg[/img]

    Bridge of Spies
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160543837/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=618×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404202/e=never/k=aeaaeaac/film16coverPosters01_bridgeOfSpies.jpg[/img]

    Carol
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160528833/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=618×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404202/e=never/k=2e4ec933/film16coverPosters01_carol.jpg[/img] 

    The Revenant
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160538662/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=618×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404202/e=never/k=ee5e37f6/film16coverPosters01_revenant.jpg[/img] 

    Spotlight
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160533798/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=659×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404219/e=never/k=d6ba8cbd/film16coverPosters01_spotlight.jpg[/img]

     

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    thatfilmgirl
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    Wow, the brochure artwork is beautiful! Especially the one for the Revenat! I love seeing stuff like this!

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    Damiansport1
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    Does anybody know how is BAFTA voting? They pick 1 film or the rank 1-5? I know they are not using preferential ballot.

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    Sagand
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    Does anybody know how is BAFTA voting? They pick 1 film or the rank 1-5? I know they are not using preferential ballot.

    They tick the box of their one favourite film and whoever has the most votes wins.  

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    zordon
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    If you’re like me, then you love seeing the brochure artwork for the five Best Film nominees. Today, they have been revealed!

    The Big Short
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160548124/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=618×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404202/e=never/k=3bd91cd7/film16coverPosters01_bigShort.jpg[/img]

    Bridge of Spies
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160543837/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=618×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404202/e=never/k=aeaaeaac/film16coverPosters01_bridgeOfSpies.jpg[/img]

    Carol
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160528833/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=618×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404202/e=never/k=2e4ec933/film16coverPosters01_carol.jpg[/img] 

    The Revenant
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160538662/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=618×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404202/e=never/k=ee5e37f6/film16coverPosters01_revenant.jpg[/img] 

    Spotlight
    [img]https://bafta.thirdlight.com/file/1389978759/34160533798/width=760/height=1140/format=JPG/fit=stretch/crop=659×0+12441×18661/rev=0/t=404219/e=never/k=d6ba8cbd/film16coverPosters01_spotlight.jpg[/img]

     

    I love them! Thanks AMG for sharing. The one for Carol is my favorite. 

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    Best Picture
    Will Win: Big Short
    Should Win: The Revenant

    Best Director

    Will Win: Alejandro G. Iñárritu, The Revenant
    Should Win: Alejandro G. Iñárritu, The Revenant

    Best Actor
    Will Win: Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant
    Should Win: Leonardo DiCaprio, The Revenant

    Best Actress
    Will Win: Alicia Vikander (i don’t know why I’m picking her but I do…)
    Should Win: Alicia Vikander, The Danish Girl

    Best Supporting Actor
    Will Win: Christian Bale
    Should Win: Mark Rylance

    Best Supporting Actress
    Will Win: Rooney Mara, Carol
    Should Win: Alicia Vikander, Ex Machina

    Best Original Screenplay
    Will Win: Spotlight
    Should Win: Spotlight

    Best Adapted Screenplay
    Will Win: The Big Short
    Should Win: Steve Jobs 

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    BEST PICTURE – The Revenant
    BEST DIRECTOR – Alejandro G. Inarritu
    BEST ACTOR – Leonardo Dicarpio
    BEST ACTRESS – Brie Larson
    BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR – Mark Rylance
    BEST SUPPORTING ACTRESS – Rooney Mara
    BEST ADAPTED SCREENPLAY – The Big Short
    BEST ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY – Spotlight
    BEST ANIMATED FEATURE – Inside Out
    BEST FILM EDITING – The Big Short

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    shart
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    Love the brochure artwork.  Fabulous and I wish all the nominees good luck and godspeed.  Not making any predictions myself.  They seem pretty well covered here.

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