2017 BAFTA Nominations Announced

Awards season kicked off in style with the Golden Globes ceremony earlier this week. Today saw the announcement of the 2017 BAFTA nominations. 

We’re delighted to announce that our upcoming film season includes several BAFTA nominated titles.

La La Land

La La Land broke Golden Globes records earlier this week with an impressive 7 wins. The movie musical follows a jazz pianist and an aspiring actress who meet and fall in love Los Angeles. 

Nominated for:

  • Best film
  • Best director (Damien Chazelle)
  • Best original screenplay
  • Best actor (Ryan Gosling)
  • Best actress (Emma Stone)
  • Best original music
  • Best cinematography
  • Best editing
  • Best production design
  • Best costume design
  • Best sound

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Kubo And The Two Strings

 

With an all-star cast of voice actors, Kubo And The Two Strings is a gorgeously animated stop-motion sensation full of big laughs and scares. 

Nominated for:

  • Best animated film

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Jackie
 

This daring portrait of First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy is the extraordinary English language directorial debut from Chilean director Pablo Larraín. 

Nominated for:

  • Best actress (Natalie Portman)
  • Best original music
  • Best costume design

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Manchester By Sea

 

Starring Golden Globe winner Casey Affleck, Manchester By The Sea is an emotion-fuelled drama that has been acclaimed for its a brutally honest portrayal of grief. 

Nominated for:

  • Best film
  • Best director (Kenneth Longergan)
  • Best original screenplay
  • Best actor (Casey Affleck)
  • Best supporting actress (Michelle Williams)
  • Best editing

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Moonlight

 

Chronicling the life of a young black man as he struggles to find his place in the world, Moonlight has received four nominations for its timeless story of self-discovery.

Nominated for:

  • Best film
  • Best original screenplay
  • Best supporting actor (Mahershala Ali)
  • Best supporting actress (Naomi Harris)

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Toni Erdmann

 

This comedy-drama from a little-known German director took Cannes Film Festival by storm, before going on to receive its BAFTA nomination. 

Nominated for:

  • Best film not in the English language

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