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BAFTA Award Winners – ‘Revenant’ Cleans Up with ‘Mad Max’ Not Far Behind

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bafta_pictureThe BAFTA Awards will begin today, February 14th at 2:00pm Eastern Time.  Unless you have some killer friends inside of streaming services, you won’t be able to watch the ceremony until the “edited” version is broadcast at 9:00pm on BBC One.  If you’re like any of us Oscar obsessives, you’ll be glued to social media platforms in order to find out the winners, despite it being Valentine’s Day.  Treating this just like a Golden Globe or SAG awards day, we’ll be opening up our LIVE Blog and LIVE Chat function for all of you to talk about the winners as they’re announced.  We’ll also be adding them in this space as well.

Down below, you can take a look at the predicted winners for tonight’s ceremony, along with the LIVE Blog window to start discussing your own predictions (which you can do as well on the Message Forums).

BONUS!  You can also watch the LIVE Stream of the Red Carpet, which begins at 12:00pm Eastern Time!

WINNERS ANNOUNCEMENT

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM – “Brooklyn”
MAKEUP & HAIR – “Mad Max: Fury Road”
CINEMATOGRAPHY – “The Revenant”
DOCUMENTARY FEATURE – “Amy”
ORIGINAL MUSIC – Ennio Morricone for “The Hateful Eight”
BRITISH SHORT – “Operator”
ANIMATED SHORT – “Edmond”
EDITING – “Mad Max: Fury Road”
VISUAL EFFECTS – “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”
RISING STAR – John Boyega
SUPPORTING ACTOR – Mark Rylance for “Bridge of Spies”
ANIMATED FILM – “Inside Out”
SUPPORTING ACTRESS – Kate Winslet for “Steve Jobs”
COSTUME DESIGN – “Mad Max: Fury Road”
OUTSTANDING DEBUT – “Theeb”
ADAPTED SCREENPLAY – “The Big Short”
Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema award: ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY – “Spotlight”
FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE – “Wild Tales”
PRODUCTION DESIGN – “Mad Max: Fury Road”
FELLOWSHIP RECIPIENT – Sir Sidney Poitier
DIRECTOR – Alejandro G. Inarritu for “The Revenant”
LEADING ACTRESS – Brie Larson for “Room”
LEADING ACTOR – Leonardo DiCaprio for “The Revenant”
BEST FILM – “The Revenant”

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BAFTA PREDICTIONS

BEST FILM – “The Revenant”
ALTERNATE: “Spotlight”

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM – “Brooklyn”
ALTERNATE: “45 Years”

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY – “Carol”
ALTERNATE: “The Big Short”

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY – “Spotlight”
ALTERNATE: “Ex Machina”

LEADING ACTOR – Leonardo DiCaprio for “The Revenant”
ALTERNATE: Michael Fassbender for “Steve Jobs”

LEADING ACTRESS – Alicia Vikander for “The Danish Girl”
ALTERNATE: Brie Larson for “Room”

SUPPORTING ACTOR – Mark Rylance for “Bridge of Spies”
ALTERNATE: Idris Elba for “Beasts of No Nation”

SUPPORTING ACTRESS – Rooney Mara for “Carol”
ALTERNATE: Kate Winslet for “Steve Jobs”

DIRECTOR – Alejandro G. Inarritu for “The Revenant”
ALTERNATE: Todd Haynes for “Carol”

OUTSTANDING DEBUT – Alex Garland for “Ex Machina”
ALTERNATE: Naji Abu Nowar (Writer/Director) Rupert Lloyd (Producer) for “Theeb”

ANIMATED FILM – “Inside Out”
ALTERNATE: “Shaun the Sheep Movie”

BRITISH SHORT ANIMATION – “Prologue”
ALTERNATE: “Edmond”

CINEMATOGRAPHY – Emmanuel Lubezki for “The Revenant”
ALTERNATE: Roger Deakins for “Sicario”

COSTUME DESIGN – Paco Delgado for “The Danish Girl”
ALTERNATE: Sandy Powell for “Carol”

DOCUMENTARY – “Amy”
ALTERNATE: “Listen to Me Marlon”

EE RISING STAR – Taron Edgerton
ALTERNATE: Brie Larson

EDITING – Stephen Mirrione for “The Revenant”
ALTERNATE: Hank Corwin for “The Big Short”

FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE – “Timbuktu”
ALTERNATE: “Theeb”

MAKEUP AND HAIR – “Mad Max: Fury Road”
ALTERNATE: “Carol”

ORIGINAL MUSIC – John Williams for “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”
ALTERNATE: Ennio Morricone for “The Hateful Eight”

PRODUCTION DESIGN – Colin Gibson, Lisa Thompson for “Mad Max: Fury Road”
ALTERNATE: Judy Becker, Heather Loeffler for “Carol”

SOUND – “The Revenant”
ALTERNATE: “Mad Max: Fury Road”

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS – “Mad Max: Fury Road”
ALTERNATE: “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”

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Written by Clayton Davis

Clayton Davis is the esteemed Editor and Owner of AwardsCircuit.com. Born in Bronx, NY to a Puerto Rican mother and Black father, he’s been criticizing film and television for over a decade. Clayton is a member of the Broadcast Film Critics Association where he votes and attends the kick off to the awards season, the Critics Choice Awards. He also founded the Latino Entertainment Journalists Association, the first Latino-based critics’ organization in the United States. He’s also an active member of the African-American Film Critics Association, New York Film Critics Online, International Press Academy, Black Reel Awards, and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. Clayton has been quoted and appeared in various outlets that include The New York Times, CNN.com, Variety, Deadline, Los Angeles Times, FOX 5, Bloomberg Television, AOL, Huffington Post, Bloomberg Radio, The Wrap, Slash Film, and the Hollywood Reporter.

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Joey Magidson

Enjoy!

Manning Franks

So, huh, that happened.

Luke McGowan

It’ll come down to Editing on Oscar night. If The Reveant wins Editing, predict a sweep. If The Big Short takes it, I could see a Picture/Director split.

Phillip Milner

I say this with the admittance that I’m still young and can only really speak for the late 80s to now… But I genuinely believe that if The Revenant wins, it will be the only BP winner that I think is a very bad movie. Sure, there have been tons of BP winners that I thought were undeserving and overrated, but I think The Revenant would be the only one that I’ve seen and exited the theatre and thought that it was genuinely terrible… Maybe that’s just me, but I think it could definitely be the worst BP winner ever…

Pablo

The Revenant takes the lead in the best picture race. We know that much now. However I wouldn’t rule out Spotlight or even The Big Short winning yet. Editing appears to be the key prize as it was years ago and it’s thrilling to see Mad Max winning it tonight in London. We all know that in a fair world, George Miller would be taking a prize home. No surprises at all in the acting categories. The two lead ones are locked and the supporting actor one is practically locked too. Rylance, I believe, is a sure thing even if… Read more »

Chuck

So for Supporting Actress, do you think it could be a Meryl v. Viola situation?
Meryl (Kate) won GG, BAFTA and eventually Oscar, while Viola (Alicia) won SAG and Critic’s Choice?

Phillip Milner

I honestly keep coming back to the fact that this year was just a bleak year for movies. No movie that came out this year was particularly memorable. I loved Inside Out, Kingsman, and Creed, but after that, everything else was kind of meh. It’s frustrating because there are more than 10 movies that were released the two previous years that could have frolicked through this awards season easily (though… i suppose you never know). I think Boyhood should win this year just because it was disgraced last year and is easily the best movie of the decade so far.

Alexandro

I know that Brie Larson is pretty locked up for the Best Actress win but I could still say that this year’s nominees for the category is one of the toughest to date. Hell, Cate could even easily pass her way to the prize if it weren’t for her winning the award way back on 2014. Saoirse is heavily lauded for her performance with overall critics praising the film as this year’s best. Charlotte won mostly of the main critics’ prizes and her artistry in 45 years is career-changing.

Alexandro

Oh my gash! Is Spotlight this year’s Boyhood?

Alec Glass

Really hoping this mean Rylance makes a comeback and takes the oscar. An expertly restrained performance in the best possible way, and a TRULY supporting player.

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