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This Sunday, the British Academy will have their say as to what will win. Predicting the BAFTAS is always a tricky thing to do because they genuinely can be unpredictable. Making them even more unpredictable is that their voting practices ...
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I have not found the BAFTAS to be, overall, a good influence on the Oscar race. While some of their choices are mildly interesting — Under the Skin here, Paddington there — for the most part they do what too ...

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Seeking to be less predictable, the BAFTAs this year decided to forego the longstanding 2-step nomination process with their famously fascinating long list that always preceded the final short list. Unpredictable means more room for unexpected surprises but it’s also ...

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  Egads. The good – nice to see Drive and Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy – especially Gary Oldman — recognized. And doubly nice to see that they finally acknowledged Trent Reznor and Atticus Ross for score (after shutting them out ...

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The BAFTA list of films entered for this year’s awards has only two notable omissions that I can spot, Albert Nobbs and Le Havre. Significant contenders categorized as British films: Arthur Christmas, Attack the Block, Coriolanus, Gnomeo & Juliet, The ...

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