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    The Northman
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    LFCC / BAFTAs winner since 2011

    2011: Same (tied winner for LFCC Meryl)
    2012: Same
    2013: Same
    2014: Same
    2015: Different (Rampling wasn’t nom for BAFTA)
    2016: Different (Hupert wasn’t nom for BAFTA)
    2017: Same
    2018: Same
    2019: Same
    2020: Same

    London Film Critics has 500 members and 180 on the Film Department that vote.

    LFCC nominees Longlisted for BAFTAs

    Olivia Colman – The Lost Daughter as Leda Caruso
    Renate Reinsve – The Worst Person in the World as Julie
    Joanna Scanlan – After Love as Mary Hussain
    Kristen Stewart – Spencer as Diana, Princess of Wales

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    If Olivia is nominated for BAFTA and she wins the LFCC on Feb.6th, her winning odds of BAFTA will rise a lot, since many times the winner is same in both.

     

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    And I just realized that Penélope has no chance of winning this one too since BAFTA ignored her. 🥺

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    LFCC / BAFTAs winner since 2011

    2011: Same (tied winner for LFCC Meryl)
    2012: Same
    2013: Same
    2014: Same
    2015: Different (Rampling wasn’t nom for BAFTA)
    2016: Different (Hupert wasn’t nom for BAFTA)
    2017: Same
    2018: Same
    2019: Same
    2020: Same

    London Film Critics has 500 members and 180 on the Film Department that vote.

    LFCC nominees Longlisted for BAFTAs

    Olivia Colman – The Lost Daughter as Leda Caruso
    Renate Reinsve – The Worst Person in the World as Julie
    Joanna Scanlan – After Love as Mary Hussain
    Kristen Stewart – Spencer as Diana, Princess of Wales

    Idk I just have a feeling Stewart is taking this.

    Coen-Lynch-Fellini

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    The Northman
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    Idk I just have a feeling Stewart is taking this.

    People are bit ahead of themselves here, as always, they think because House of Gucci and Being The Ricardos got the most BAFTAs mentions from the common top5 actresses, it could mean support for their lead actresses, they also think same for SAG. Let’s not forget Bombshell getting 4 SAG noms and 0 wins, a project with middling reviews just like both HoG and BTR. Again, we haven’t seen something substantial to base someone has winning momentum.

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    LFCC / BAFTAs winner since 2011

    2011: Same (tied winner for LFCC Meryl)
    2012: Same
    2013: Same
    2014: Same
    2015: Different (Rampling wasn’t nom for BAFTA)
    2016: Different (Hupert wasn’t nom for BAFTA)
    2017: Same
    2018: Same
    2019: Same
    2020: Same

    London Film Critics has 500 members and 180 on the Film Department that vote.

    LFCC nominees Longlisted for BAFTAs

    Olivia Colman – The Lost Daughter as Leda Caruso
    Renate Reinsve – The Worst Person in the World as Julie
    Joanna Scanlan – After Love as Mary Hussain
    Kristen Stewart – Spencer as Diana, Princess of Wales

    So basically whoever wins LFCC becomes the frontrunner to win BAFTA?

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    So basically whoever wins LFCC becomes the frontrunner to win BAFTA?

    if nominated for BAFTA  yes.

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    People are making sure to never underestimate Olivia Colman when in fact The Lost Daughter got more panned by audience than Spencer, the latter receiving lukewarm responses at the BAFTA longlist and getting even less mentions than Tammy Faye, downplaying the general trend of BAFTA going populist this year which goes against the likes of TLD and Spencer, not to mention that she hasn’t won anything major yet and got constantly overshadowed by Stewart in terms of critics response, who jump on the bandwagon of Colman as soon as the Stewart ship tanked.

    If House of Gucci make into best film at BAFTA, which judging by the Longlist has a decent shot in doing so,  then LG is definitely winning the BAFTA.

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    So basically whoever wins LFCC becomes the frontrunner to win BAFTA?

    Theoretically, yes. Unless, I suppose, if you’re Penelope Cruz.

    • FYC: Everything Everywhere All at Once in any and every single category, especially Best Picture, Michelle Yeoh in Actress, Stephanie Hsu in Supporting Actress, The Daniels in Director/Screenplay, Paul Rogers in Editing, and Son Lux in Score.

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    BAFTAs Longlist last year

    The Trial of the Chicago 7 15 mentions

    Mank  14 mentions

    Promising Young Woman 13 mentions

    News of the World 12 mentions

    Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom 11 mentions

    Actual noms

    Trial of the Chicago 7 3 noms

    Mank 6 noms

    Promising Young Woman 6 noms

    News of the world 4 noms

    Na Raineys Black Bottom 3 Noms

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    Speaking of Nicole Kidman, i thought she should of won her 2nd Oscar for Destroyer. She was amazing in that film, the subtleness in her acting, and the voice change from her younger to older years was astonishing. She was better than all the nominated actresses that year.

     

    Only one i hadn’t seen was the actress who was nominated for Roma.

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    Olivia Colman in The Lost Doll would be the worst BA winner of this millennium by a mile. She, of course, has to rival her undeserved win in The Favorite.

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    HIIIIIII

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    HIIIIIII

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    Olivia Colman in The Lost Doll would be the worst BA winner of this millennium by a mile. She, of course, has to rival her undeserved win in The Favorite.

    stay pressed <3

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