BAFTA 2017: La La Land Sweeps It All With Best Film, Best Actress, Best Director And The List Goes On
The British Academy Film Awards are taking place tonight at London’s Royal Albert Hall. La La Land is nominated in 11 categories at the ceremony, including best film. London is freezing cold, but inside Royal Albert Hall it is all about hot and happening. The musical ‘La La Land’, starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone is just sweeping it all one by one. It had 11 nominations, while Arrival and Nocturnal Animals both have nine each. The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are attending and will present the fellowship award to comedian Mel Brooks. The first award handed out was for outstanding British film, won by I, Daniel Blake.
Here is the latest updates :
La La Land wins best film Bafta
The Bafta for best film has been awarded to La La Land.
The other nominees were I, Daniel Blake, Manchester by the Sea, Moonlight, Arrival.
Emma Stone wins leading actress Bafta for La La Land
The other nominees were Amy Adams, Emily Blunt, Meryl Streep, Natalie Portman
Damien Chazelle wins best director for La La Land
Casey Affleck wins leading actor for Manchester by the Sea
The other nominees were Andrew Garfield, Jake Gyllenhaal, Ryan Gosling, Viggo Mortensen.
Manchester by the Sea wins Original Screenplay Bafta
The other nominees were Hell or High Water, I, Daniel Blake, La La Land, Moonlight
Dev Patel wins supporting actor Bafta for Lion
The other nominees were Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Jeff Bridges, Hugh Grant, Mahershala Ali.
Viola Davis awarded supporting actress Bafta for Fences
The other nominees were Hayley Squires, Michelle Williams, Naomie Harris, Nicole Kidman.
Lion picks up Bafta for Adapted Screenplay
Ken Loach launches receives Bafta award for outstanding British film
Mel Brooks accepts Bafta Fellowship from Prince William
Full list of winners :
Here is a full list of the winners:
- Film – La La Land
- Leading Actress – Emma Stone, La La Land
- Leading Actor – Casey Affleck, Manchester by the Sea
- Director – Damien Chazelle, La La Land
- Outstanding British film – I, Daniel Blake
- EE Rising Star – Tom Holland
- Supporting Actress – Viola Davis
- Supporting Actor – Dev Patel
- Original Music – La La Land
- Original Screenplay – Manchester by the Sea
- Adapted Screenplay – Lion
- Make Up and Hair – Florence Foster Jenkins
- Costume Design – Jackie
- Cinematography – La La Land
- Sound – Arrival
- British Short Animation – A Love Story
- British Short Film – Home
- Editing – Hacksaw Ridge
- Production Design – Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them
- Documentary – 13th
- Film not in the English language – Son of Saul
- Animated Film – Kubo and the Two Strings
- Special Visual Effects – The Jungle Book
- Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer – Babak Anvari, Emily Leo, Oliver Roskill and Lucan Toh, Under The Shadow
- Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema – Curzon
- Bafta Fellowship – Mel Brooks