“The Grand Budapest Hotel” won at the British Film Awards
At the awards ceremony of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, director Wes Anderson’s film “The Grand Budapest” won the most awards.
At the award ceremony of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), which took place on the evening of February 8 in London, director Wes Anderson’s “The Grand Budapest Hotel” won the most awards. win in five categories.
The award ceremony of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) took place on the evening of February 8 in London. (Photo: AP)
Second place is “Boyhood,” with three awards, including the top two categories of film and director (Richard Linklater).
The prizes that “The Grand Budapest Hotel” was awarded include Original Screenplay, Production Design, Costume Design, Makeup & Hairstyle, and Best Soundtracks.
A highly praised film during the award season, “Birdman” received only one award for filmmaker Emmanuel Lubezki.
Considered the “Oscar of England,” but host country film is highly regarded as “The Imitation Game” with actor Benedict Cumberbatch back to white.
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Another British film whose fate is the opposite is “The Theory of Everything” – revolves around the life of Stephen Hawking’s disabled genius. The work of director James Marsh won the Eddie Redmayne, Adapted Screenplay (screenwriter Andrew McCarten) and best British film.
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In the remaining acting categories, awards are given as predicted for this year’s top-of-the-line celebrity actress, Julianne Moore (Still Alice), actress Patricia Arquette (Boyhood) and supporting actor JK Simmons (Whiplash).
In the category of cartoons, “The Lego Movie” won the prize, causing many fans to regret that the movie did not receive a similar nomination at the 2015 Academy Awards.