BAFTA Film Awards 2024 winners: full list

Updated to the latest…: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has rolled out the red carpet for the annual BAFTA Awards here at London's Royal Festival Hall. The party is about to begin on what started out as a dreary day, but has since given way to blue skies. David Tennant is hosting the events this year, and we'll update the winners live below, so be sure to keep checking back.

Heading into the action, Christopher Nolan Oppenheimer Universal won all of the nominations with 13 nominations including Outstanding Picture, Director, Adapted Screenplay, Actor, Actor and Supporting Actress. Oppenheimer He looks like the one to beat in most areas, although there are potential future challengers.

With the second highest number of nominations, Yorgos Lanthimos won the Golden Lion of Venice Bad things From Searchlight is in the running for a total of 11 films including Outstanding Feature Film, Outstanding British Film, Adapted Screenplay and Lead Actress by Emma Stone. Lanthimos was surprisingly excluded from directing.

Chasing the Trailblazers is Martin Scorsese Moonflower KillersWith nine nominations. The Apple Original Films saga features a stunning cast, supporting cast by Robert De Niro, and cinematography by Rodrigo Prieto. However, the film did not receive nominations in the directing or lead actress races. Jonathan Glazer's blockbuster drama at Cannes Area of ​​interest It also has nine nominations, giving the British director his best ever showing at the BAFTA Awards.

Other groundbreaking films include the Palme d'Or winner at Cannes anatomy of a fall, Alexander Payne Retainers From the entry of Focus and Bradley Cooper on Netflix Artist, band leader. Each of them has seven names. Fantasy drama “Searchlight” directed by Andrew Hay We are all strangers It received six nods, and Greta Gerwig Barbie (Although it's a shame Greta Gerwig didn't direct) and Emerald Fennell Saltburn We have five of each.

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The BAFTA Awards are another precursor to the Oscars which may give us a clearer indication of what's to come at Dolby on March 10.

The ceremony is broadcast after a two-hour delay in the UK and US, so check back on the winners as we update live below.

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Christopher Nolan; Oppenheimer

Makeup and hair
Bad things; Nadia Stacey, Mark Collier, Josh Weston

Fashion design
Bad things; Holly Waddington

An outstanding British film
Area of ​​interest; Jonathan Glazer, James Wilson

British animated shorts
Crab day; Ross Stringer, Bartosz Stanislawek, Alexandra Siculak

British short film
Jellyfish and crayfish; Yasmine Afifi, Elizabeth Al-Rifai

Production design
Bad things; Shona Heath, James Price, Zuza Mihalak

voice
Area of ​​interest; Johnny Byrne, Tarn Wheelers

Original score
OppenheimerLudwig Göransson

documentary
20 days in Mariupol; Mstislav Chernov, Rani Aronson Rath, Michel Mizner

Best Supporting Actress
Davin Joy Randolph; Retainers

Best Supporting Actor
Robert Downey Jr.; Oppenheimer

Adapted scenario
American fantasy; Cord Jefferson

cinematography
Oppenheimer; Hoyt van Hoytema

Editing
Oppenheimer; Jennifer Lammy

Pour
Retainers; Susan is a shop owner

The movie is not in English
Area of ​​interest; Jonathan Glazer, James Wilson

An outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer
Mama Earth; Savannah Leaf (writer, director, producer), Shirley O'Connor (producer), Medb Riordan (producer)

Animated film
The boy and the heron; Hayao Miyazaki, Toshio Suzuki

Special visual effects
Bad things; Simon Hughes

Original scenario
Anatomy of a fall; Justin Treat, Arthur Harary

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