BAFTAs 2014

Dave’s thoughts on this years BAFTAs

Last night the Royal Opera House in Central London hosted the 67th annual BAFTA awards, a night to celebrate film and television, for Britain and the world. Held in the middle of the awards season, it is generally a good indicator for what films will receive the most coveted prize in the film industry, the Oscars.

Last year Argo won best film, Daniel Day-Lewis won best actor, and Christoph Waltz and Anne Hathaway took the best supporting acting prizes. They all went on to win Oscars.

For the ninth time, treasure of the British isles, actor Stephen Fry, hosted proceedings. A slightly more restrained and low key evening than other events, it was a nice simple show without the pomp of the Oscars.

This year the awards were dominated by ‘Gravity’ with the film picking up awards for visual effects, cinematography, best sound and original music, Best British film, while Alfonso…

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About Roulette Revolver

Currently a first year undergraduate in Film & Media Studies.
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