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Zoe
The nominations are out:

FILM

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN - Diana Ossana/James Schamus
CAPOTE - Caroline Baron/William Vince/Michael Ohoven
THE CONSTANT GARDENER - Simon Channing Williams
CRASH - Credits TBC
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK - Grant Heslov

THE ALEXANDER KORDA AWARD for the Outstanding British Film of the Year

A COCK & BULL STORY - Andrew Eaton/Michael Winterbottom/Martin Hardy
THE CONSTANT GARDENER - Simon Channing Williams/Fernando Meirelles/Jeffrey Caine
FESTIVAL - Christopher Young/Annie Griffin
PRIDE & PREJUDICE - Tim Bevan/Eric Fellner/Paul Webster/Joe Wright/Deborah Moggach
WALLACE & GROMIT: THE CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBIT - Peter Lord/David Sproxton/Nick Park/
Steve Box/Mark Burton/Bob Baker

THE CARL FOREMAN AWARD for Special Achievement by a British Director, Writer or Producer in their First Feature Film

DAVID BELTON (Producer) - Shooting Dogs
PETER FUDAKOWSKI (Producer) - Tsotsi
ANNIE GRIFFIN (Director/Writer) - Festival
RICHARD HAWKINS (Director) - Everything
JOE WRIGHT (Director) - Pride & Prejudice

THE DAVID LEAN AWARD for Achievement in Direction

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN - Ang Lee
CAPOTE - Bennett Miller
THE CONSTANT GARDENER - Fernando Meirelles
CRASH - Paul Haggis
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK - George Clooney

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

CINDERELLA MAN - Cliff Hollingsworth/Akiva Goldsman
CRASH - Paul Haggis/Bobby Moresco
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK - George Clooney/Grant Heslov
HOTEL RWANDA - Keir Pearson/Terry George
MRS. HENDERSON PRESENTS - Martin Sherman

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN - Larry McMurtry/Diana Ossana
CAPOTE - Dan Futterman
THE CONSTANT GARDENER - Jeffrey Caine
A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE - Josh Olson
PRIDE & PREJUDICE - Deborah Moggach

FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

DE BATTRE MON COEUR S'EST ARRÊTÉ (The Beat That My Heart Skipped) - Pascal Caucheteux/Jacques Audiard
LE GRAND VOYAGE - Humbert Balsan/Ismaël Ferroukhi
KUNG FU HUSTLE - Stephen Chow/Chui Po Chu/Jeff Lau
JOYEUX NOËL (Merry Christmas) - Christophe Rossignon/Christian Carion
TSOTSI - Peter Fudakowski/Gavin Hood

ACTOR IN A LEADING ROLE

DAVID STRATHAIRN - Good Night, And Good Luck
HEATH LEDGER - Brokeback Mountain
JOAQUIN PHOENIX - Walk the Line
PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN - Capote
RALPH FIENNES - The Constant Gardener

ACTRESS IN A LEADING ROLE

CHARLIZE THERON - North Country
JUDI DENCH - Mrs. Henderson Presents
RACHEL WEISZ - The Constant Gardener
REESE WITHERSPOON - Walk the Line
ZIYI ZHANG - Memoirs of a Geisha

ACTOR IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

DON CHEADLE - Crash
GEORGE CLOONEY - Good Night, And Good Luck
GEORGE CLOONEY - Syriana
JAKE GYLLENHAAL - Brokeback Mountain
MATT DILLON - Crash

ACTRESS IN A SUPPORTING ROLE

BRENDA BLETHYN - Pride & Prejudice
CATHERINE KEENER - Capote
FRANCES McDORMAND - North Country
MICHELLE WILLIAMS - Brokeback Mountain
THANDIE NEWTON - Crash

I've highlighted some favourites (you make spot a pattern)

A full list off all the awards and nominees can be found here
Ingram
Walk the Line, The Constant Gardner and Brokeback Mountain look poised to do very well then. Have heard pretty much all the buzz about these three but sadly have yet to see one... I will need to remedy that as and when possible.
Kirstie
It's nice to see a nomination for Wallace and Gromit up there. Excellent stuff for Nick Park and co.
Ingram
Yeah, especially after that fire caused all that publicity damage at his studios.
Kirst008
So who is watching the BAFTAS? I am. Nice to see that Jake Gyllenhaal got a BAFTA for Brokeback Mountain.
sleeping_pirate
Yeah I was really glad to see Brokeback win a few awards. It's a shame Heath Ledger didn't win Best Actor though.
Ghost_862
Is Jake Gyllenhaal gay?

When he collected his award he said "This film is more important to me socially than artistically," and I wondered what he meant by that.

He seemed really ecstatic. Bless his heart smile.gif He deserved it.
ronlogan1977
No he`s not gay. The lucky bastard is knobbing Kirsten Dunst.
luvmusic
Do you mean he's straight and yet he's concerned with the way that homosexuality is percieved by society?

My word, what is the world coming to.

rolleyes.gif
curtinparloe
Stephen Fry wasn't as funny this year. Then again, I wasn't really paying much attention...
NiteFall
Maybe he felt that the plight of repressed homosexual cowboys was a major problem that the media wasn't doing enough to highlight. Apparently it's more common than you'd think.
maian
I thought it was good ceremony this year, I genuinely started to cry when Lord Puttnam was accepting his award, even if it was in reference to the Sixth Sense. Brokeback got a good haul, which was nice to see.
luvmusic
QUOTE (NiteFall @ Feb 19 2006, 11:55 PM)
Maybe he felt that the plight of repressed homosexual cowboys was a major problem that the media wasn't doing enough to highlight. Apparently it's more common than you'd think.
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Repressed gay shepherds, dear boy. Do keep up.
Hobbes
Is someone going to post up the winners?
NiteFall
QUOTE (Hobbes @ Feb 20 2006, 12:09 AM)
Is someone going to post up the winners?
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Is this more repressed gay shepherd slang that I've not been made aware of? laugh.gif
Svein
Best Film
Winner:
Brokeback Mountain
Other Nominees:
Capote
The Constant Gardener
Crash
Good Night, and Good Luck.

Alexander Korda Award for Outstanding British Film of the Year
Winner:
Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit
Other Nominees:
A Cock and Bull Story
The Constant Gardener
Festival
Pride & Prejudice

Best Actor
Winner:
Philip Seymour Hoffman for Capote
Other Nominees:
Ralph Fiennes for The Constant Gardener
Heath Ledger for Brokeback Mountain
Joaquin Phoenix for Walk the Line
David Strathairn for Good Night, and Good Luck.

Best Actress
Winner:
Reese Witherspoon for Walk the Line
Other Nominees:
Judi Dench for Mrs. Henderson Presents
Charlize Theron for North Country
Rachel Weisz for The Constant Gardener
Ziyi Zhang for Memoirs of a Geisha

Best Supporting Actor
Winner:
Jake Gyllenhaal for Brokeback Mountain
Other Nominees:
Don Cheadle for Crash
George Clooney for Good Night, and Good Luck.
George Clooney for Syriana
Matt Dillon for Crash

Best Supporting Actress
Winner:
Thandie Newton for Crash
Other Nominees:
Brenda Blethyn for Pride & Prejudice
Catherine Keener for Capote
Frances McDormand for North Country
Michelle Williams for Brokeback Mountain

David Lean Award for Achievement in Direction
Winner:
Ang Lee for Brokeback Mountain
Other Nominees:
George Clooney for Good Night, and Good Luck.
Paul Haggis for Crash
Fernando Meirelles for The Constant Gardener
Bennett Miller for Capote

Best Screenplay (Original)
Winner:
Crash - Paul Haggis, Robert Moresco
Other Nominees:
Cinderella Man - Cliff Hollingsworth, Akiva Goldsman
Good Night, and Good Luck. - George Clooney, Grant Heslov
Hotel Rwanda - Terry George, Keir Pearson
Mrs. Henderson Presents - Martin Sherman

Best Screenplay (Adapted)
Winner:
Brokeback Mountain - Larry McMurtry, Diana Ossana
Other Nominees:
Capote - Dan Futterman
The Constant Gardener - Jeffrey Caine
A History of Violence - Josh Olson
Pride & Prejudice - Deborah Moggach

Best Cinematography
Winner:
Memoirs of a Geisha - Dion Beebe
Other Nominees:
Brokeback Mountain - Rodrigo Prieto
The Constant Gardener - César Charlone
Crash - James Muro
Marche de l'empereur, La - Laurent Chalet, Jérôme Maison

Best Editing
Winner:
The Constant Gardener (2005) - Claire Simpson
Other Nominees:
Brokeback Mountain - Geraldine Peroni, Dylan Tichenor
Crash - Hughes Winborne
Good Night, and Good Luck. - Stephen Mirrione
Marche de l'empereur, La - Sabine Emiliani

Best Production Design
Winner:
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire - Stuart Craig
Other Nominees:
Batman Begins - Nathan Crowley
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Alex McDowell
King Kong - Grant Major
Memoirs of a Geisha - John Myhre

Best Costume Design
Winner:
Memoirs of a Geisha - Colleen Atwood
Other Nominees:
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory - Gabriella Pescucci
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe - Isis Mussenden
Mrs. Henderson Presents - Sandy Powell
Pride & Prejudice - Jacqueline Durran

Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music
Winner:
Memoirs of a Geisha - John Williams
Other Nominees:
Brokeback Mountain - Gustavo Santaolalla
The Constant Gardener - Alberto Iglesias
Mrs. Henderson Presents - George Fenton
Walk the Line - T-Bone Burnett

Best Make Up/Hair
Winner:
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Memoirs of a Geisha
Pride & Prejudice

Best Sound
Winner:
Walk the Line
Other Nominees:
Batman Begins
The Constant Gardener
Crash
King Kong
Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects
Winner:
King Kong
Other Nominees:
Batman Begins
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe
Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Best Film not in the English Language
Winner:
De battre mon coeur s'est arrêté
Other Nominees:
Le Grand voyage
Kung fu
Joyeux Noël
Tsotsi

Carl Foreman Award for the Most Promising Newcomer
Winner:
Joe Wright for Pride & Prejudice (director)
Other Nominees:
David Belton for Shooting Dogs (producer)
Peter Fudakowski for Tsotsi (producer)
Annie Griffin for Festival (director/writer)
Richard Hawkins for Everything (director)

Best Short Animation
Winner:
Sztuka spadania
Other Nominees:
Film Noir
Kamiya's Correspondence
The Mysterious Geographic Explorations of Jasper Morello
Rabbit (

Best Short Film
Winner:
Antonio's Breakfast
Other Nominees:
Call Register
Heavy Metal Drummer
Heydar, An Afghan in Tehran
Lucky
ipse dixit
I watched last night. Having not seen many of the films talked about, I can't really comment on deservedness, but it always astounds me how actors make such bad presenters! Just compare Gyllenhaal's nervous, stumbling presentation to his elated, playful acceptance speech.
Blind I/O
I only saw one of the awards being given, but missed which it was and who got it. Which one did Dicky Attenborough give?
ipse dixit
QUOTE (Blind I/O @ Feb 20 2006, 10:50 AM)
I only saw one of the awards being given, but missed which it was and who got it. Which one did Dicky Attenborough give?
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He gave Puttnam his Academy Fellowship.
Jessopjessopjessop
Oooh, isn't Thandie Newton painfully thin at the mo'? [/heat]
curtinparloe
QUOTE (Jessopjessopjessop @ Feb 20 2006, 11:33 AM)
Oooh, isn't Thandie Newton painfully thin at the mo'? [/heat]
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Why did her parents name her after an electronics retailer?
Zoe
Merged with the existing BAFTA thread.

Can I just say, Jake and Heath yum yum yum yum yum yum yum.

Especially Jake, absolutely adorable!



Oh and there were some awards or something, but Munich's lack of nods left me cold, good on Reese and Jake though.
Sostie
Peter Sallis....ahhhh bless! Dickie Attenborough...aaah bless! David Puttnam...aaah bless! (never seen so many in an audience crying after a speach)
dandan
QUOTE (Zoe)
Oh and there were some awards or something, but Munich's lack of nods left me cold, good on Reese and Jake though.


i'm suprised that bana wasn't even nominated for best actor, but then again, was 'munich' even in consideration? ie - was it eligible to be nominated?
Zoe
QUOTE (dandan @ Feb 20 2006, 01:03 PM)
i'm suprised that bana wasn't even nominated for best actor, but then again, was 'munich' even in consideration? ie - was it eligible to be nominated?
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I presumed it was eligable as Capote isn't even on general release yet and it was up for loads, whereas Munich came out three weeks ago.
Sostie
QUOTE (Zoe @ Feb 20 2006, 01:14 PM)
I presumed it was eligable as Capote isn't even on general release yet and it was up for loads, whereas Munich came out three weeks ago.
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From the BAFTA site....

QUOTE
ELIGIBILITY
Films must be released theatrically in the UK, within the Academy awards year: January 1 - December 31 2005. Films that open between January 1 and March 31 2006 may be 'qualified' by being screened to Academy Film Voting members by Sunday 18 December 2005. A 'qualified' film must have a pre-release screening run at a UK cinema to a paying audience for no fewer than seven consecutive days by Friday 13 January 2006, unless the film opens on or prior to this date. Any 'qualified' film receiving nominations must officially open in the UK on or before Friday 31 March 2006.


...not sure it makes sense.
Hobbes
I feel a bit sorry for Clooney and co. there, seems like they were snubbed in every category there for Good Night, and Good Luck which is, from what I've heard and read, well worth a watch.
Zoe may have favoured Ledger, but apparently Hoffman gives a once-in-a-liftime performance. Combine this with the fact that he's among my favourite actors, and I have faith that he deserves the golden face, and perhaps the golden statue aswell. Needless to say, I'm itching to see Capote (no rhyme intended).
Jessopjessopjessop
QUOTE (Hobbes @ Feb 20 2006, 03:10 PM)
I feel a bit sorry for Clooney and co. there, seems like they were snubbed in every category
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I think snubbed (hey, that spells sunbed if you spell it very badly), is a strong word. That's like they deliberately didn't pick them to win. I wish I'd seen more of the films to comment, but most of them seem pretty fair, going by critical consensus.
Hobbes
QUOTE (Jessopjessopjessop @ Feb 20 2006, 03:16 PM)
I think snubbed (hey, that spells sunbed if you spell it very badly), is a strong word. That's like they deliberately didn't pick them to win. I wish I'd seen more of the films to comment, but most of them seem pretty fair, going by critical consensus.
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Fair enough, I couldn't find the right terminology, but the idea is right I think. Surely a film with that many nominations deserves something. Therefore, I propose that there be 'The Hitchcock award for those who won nothing but deserved it' for all those nominated in many categories who won nothing.
I feel especially bad for the Cloon because he was also nominated twice for his acting; this really has been a tough year for a good actor to get awards - too many stellar performances by others it seems.
ipse dixit
QUOTE (Hobbes @ Feb 20 2006, 03:24 PM)
I feel especially bad for the Cloon because he was also nominated twice for his acting
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We were talking about Clooney and how he's a bloody hard-working guy. Ledger was reported as saying he though he should get the award instead of Gyllehaal, and he got a very flattering mention from Puttnam.
Zoe
Jakey deserves it.

I was very happy to see PSH win, as although I haven't seen 'Capote' yet, I think he's one of the finest actors working today and recognition is long overdue.

Bana was better than Heath and Joaquin was better than both of them.

'Good Night, and Good Luck' may have had a disappointing evening but what about 'The Constant Gardener'? 10 nods (the most of any film) and only came away with 'Editing'.

What made no sense was it losing 'Best British Film', surely since it was nominated in the 'Best Film' category BAFTA had already deemed it 'better' than all the other films in the 'Best British Film' category, which had not. And yet Wallace and Gromit won... confusing.
maian
QUOTE (Zoe @ Feb 20 2006, 12:58 PM)
Oh and there were some awards or something, but Munich's lack of nods left me cold, good on Reese and Jake though.
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QUOTE (dandan @ Feb 20 2006, 01:03 PM)
i'm suprised that bana wasn't even nominated for best actor, but then again, was 'munich' even in consideration? ie - was it eligible to be nominated?
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That was because of a cock-up with the DVD's. they didn't get them to the Academy in time on account of a production fault and as such the film was inelligible for nomination, which sucks but it's not as if it was ignored, just bad luck.

I'm not too confused about Wallace and Gromit winning, it's a brilliant film, although it would make sense to not have the same films nominated in both 'Best' and 'Best British'.
Zoe
QUOTE (maian @ Feb 20 2006, 05:12 PM)
That was because of a cock-up with the DVD's. they didn't get them to the Academy in time on account of a production fault and as such the film was inelligible for nomination, which sucks but  it's not as if it was ignored, just bad luck.
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Yes but if it's better than 'The Constant Gardener' it should have been up for 'Best Film', they're contradicting themselves the cheeky BAFTA scamps.
Blind I/O
QUOTE (ipse dixit @ Feb 20 2006, 11:32 AM)
He gave Puttnam his Academy Fellowship.

Ta. Moved, I was.
Svein
Even I had a tear in my eye at that one...
paulaboz
i too felt bad for the clooney - i was touched for him when puttnam gave said he takes his hat off to him. Bless
maian
QUOTE (Zoe @ Feb 20 2006, 05:44 PM)
Yes but if it's better than 'The Constant Gardener' it should have been up for 'Best Film', they're contradicting themselves the cheeky BAFTA scamps.
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They can't go about breaking the rules, it'd be anarchy! Sheer lunacy.

I cried twice watching the Baftas, once (as I already said) during Lord Puttnam's speech, and once when they showed the list of those who died in the past year. Those lists always seem so terribly long, even thougfh Chris Penn was only shown for a few seconds I welled up a bit.

I also got a bit dewy-eyed when they showed clips fo 'Brokeback', but that's only because it's been a while since I last saw it.
Poppa Burgundy
QUOTE (maian @ Feb 20 2006, 11:13 PM)
I cried twice
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Gay
Poppa Burgundy
QUOTE (Zoe @ Feb 20 2006, 05:05 PM)
I was very happy to see PSH win, as although I haven't seen 'Capote' yet, I think he's one of the finest actors working today and recognition is long overdue.
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Yeah but he's a big fat ginge
whitey
TV results are in.

QUOTE
Comedy performance
Winner: Chris Langham - The Thick Of It (BBC Four)

Situation comedy
Winner: The Thick Of It (BBC Four)


Fucking nice one.
ipse dixit
QUOTE (whitey @ May 8 2006, 02:52 AM)
Fucking nice one.
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Sweet.

Did anything come of his arrest? I assume not since we've heard nothing more. I'm glad.
whitey
QUOTE (ipse dixit @ May 8 2006, 10:02 AM)
Sweet.

Did anything come of his arrest? I assume not since we've heard nothing more. I'm glad.
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Last I heard the investigation was 'ongoing' whatever that means. Sounds like another Matthew Kelly to me. Didn't do it but the jokes will haunt him forever. Or at least until he gives Frank Skinner a load of shit or something.
Ghost_862
QUOTE (ipse dixit @ May 8 2006, 09:02 AM)
Sweet.

Did anything come of his arrest? I assume not since we've heard nothing more. I'm glad.
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He was bailed until February, and his bail has since been extended again.

They seized his PC and found nothing, so I don't see why they haven't just apologised and put an end to it all.

But evidence means sweet F A when it comes to cases of this nature. In reversed circumstances, Pete Townsend used his own credit card to access child pornography and they let him go cuz he said he was researching for a book. Fools.

How long ago was that?
And where is the book?
ipse dixit
QUOTE (whitey @ May 8 2006, 05:10 PM)
Last I heard the investigation was 'ongoing' whatever that means. Sounds like another Matthew Kelly to me. Didn't do it but the jokes will haunt him forever. Or at least until he gives Frank Skinner a load of shit or something.
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I'd give Frank Skinner a load of shit. I'd drown him in the fucking stuff....twat.
maian
Didn't the same thing happen to one of Massive Attack when they opposed the war in Iraq?* Did Chris Langham do anything to upset the authorities? Apart from appearing in a scathing satire of the government?



*No relation between these two things whatsoever. Nope.
whitey
QUOTE (ipse dixit @ May 8 2006, 05:46 PM)
I'd give Frank Skinner a load of shit. I'd drown him in the fucking stuff....twat.
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Did you ever see Kelly interviewed on his show? Great telly.
ipse dixit
QUOTE (whitey @ May 8 2006, 05:49 PM)
Did you ever see Kelly interviewed on his show? Great telly.
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Nope. I generally avoid him at all costs to keep my blood pressure under control. If I'd have known though, I may have made an exception.
Zoe
This year's Nominations:

QUOTE
Best film
American Gangster
Atonement
The Lives of Others
No Country Old Men
There Will Be Blood

Best British film
Atonement
The Bourne Ultimatum
Scott
Control
Eastern Promises
This Is England

Leading actor
George Clooney - Michael Clayton
Daniel Day-Lewis - There Will Be Blood
James McAvoy - Atonement
Viggo Mortensen - Eastern Promises
Ulrich Muehe - The Lives of Others

Leading actress
Cate Blanchett - Elizabeth: The Golden Age
Julie Christie - Away From Her
Marion Cotillard - La Vie En Rose
Keira Knightley - Atonement
Ellen Page - Juno

Supporting actor
Javier Bardem - No Country for Old Men
Paul Dano - There Will Be Blood
Tommy Lee Jones - No Country for Old Men
Philip Seymour Hoffman - Charlie Wilson's War
Tom Wilkinson - Michael Clayton

Supporting actress
Cate Blanchett - I'm Not There
Kelly Macdonald - No Country for Old Men
Samantha Morton - Control
Saoirse Ronan - Atonement
Tilda Swinton - Michael Clayton

Director
Atonement - Joe Wright
The Bourne Ultimatum - Paul Greengrass
The Lives of Others - Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
No Country For Old Men - Joel Coen/Ethan Coen
There Will Be Blood - Paul Thomas Anderson

Original screenplay
American Gangster - Steven Zaillian
Juno - Diablo Cody
The Lives of Others - Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
Michael Clayton - Tony Gilroy
This is England - Shane Meadows

Adapted screenplay
Atonement - Christopher Hampton
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly - Ronald Harwood
The Kite Runner - David Benioff
No Country for Old Men - Joel Coen/Ethan Coen
There Will Be Blood - Paul Thomas Anderson

Film not in the English language
The Diving Bell and the Butterfly
The Kite Runner
The Lives of Others
Lust, Caution
La Vie En Rose

Animated film
Ratatouille
Shrek the Third
The Simpsons Movie

The Carl Foreman award for special achievement by a british director, writer or producer for their first feature film
Chris Atkins (director/writer) - Taking Liberties
Mia Bays (producer) - Scott Walker: 30 Century Man
Sarah Gavron (director) - Brick Lane
Matt Greenhalgh (writer) - Control
Andrew Piddington (director/writer) - The Killing of John Lennon

Music

American Gangster - Marc Streitenfeld
Atonement - Dario Marianelli
The Kite Runner - Alberto Iglesias
There Will Be Blood - Jonny Greenwood
La Vie En Rose - Christopher Gunning

Cinematography
American gangster - Harris Savides
Atonement - Seamus McGarvey
The Bourne Ultimatum - Oliver Wood
No Country For Old Men - Roger Deakins
There Will Be Blood - Robert Elswit

Editing
American Gangster - Pietro Scalia
Atonement - Paul Tothill
The Bourne Ultimatum - Christopher Rouse
Michael Clayton - John Gilroy
No Country For Old Men - Roderick Jaynes

Production design
Atonement - Sarah Greenwood, Katie Spencer
Elizabeth: The Golden Age - Guy Hendrix Dyas, Richard Roberts
Harry Potter And The Order Of The Phoenix - Stuart Craig, Stephanie McMillan
There Will Be Blood - Jack Fisk, Jim Erickson
La Vie En Rose - Olivier Raoux

Costume design
Atonement - Jacqueline Durran
Elizabeth: The Golden Age - Alexandra Byrne
Lust, Caution - Pan Lai
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street - Colleen Atwood
La Vie En Rose - Marit Allen

Sound
Atonement - Danny Hambrook, Paul Hamblin, Catherine Hodgson
The Bourne Ultimatum - Kirk Francis, Scott Millan, Dave Parke, Karen Baker Landers, Per Hallberg
No Country For Old Men - Peter Kurland, Skip Lievsay, Craig Berkey, Greg Orloff
There Will Be Blood - Christopher Scarabosio, Matthew Wood, John Pritchett, Michael Semanick, Tom Johnson
La Vie En Rose - Laurent Zeilig, Pascal Villard, Jean-Paul Hurier, Marc Doisne

Special visual effects
The Bourne Ultimatum - Peter Chiang, Charlie Noble, Mattias Lindahl, Joss Williams
The Golden Compass - Michael Fink, Bill Westenhofer, Ben Morris, Trevor Woods
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix - Tim Burke, John Richardson, Emma Norton, Chris Shaw
Pirates Of The Caribbean: At World's End - John Knoll, Charles Gibson, Hal Hickel, John Frazier
Spider-Man 3 - Scott Stokdyk, Peter Nofz, Kee-Suk Ken Hahn, Spencer Cook

Make-up and hair
Atonement - Ivana Primorac
Elizabeth: The Golden Age - Jenny Shircore
Hairspray - nominees to be confirmed
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street - Ivana Primorac
La Vie En Rose - Jan Archibald, Didier Lavergne

Short animation
The Pearce Sisters - Jo Allen, Luis Cook
Head Over Heels - Osbert Parker, Fiona Pitkin, Ian Gouldstone
The Crumblegiant - Pearse Moore, John McCloskey

Short film
Dog Altogether - Diarmid Scrimshaw, Paddy Considine
Hesitation - Julien Berlan, Michelle Eastwood, Virginia Gilbert
The One And Only Herb McGwyer Plays Wallis Island - Charlie Henderson, James Griffiths, Tim Key, Tom Basden
Soft - Jane Hooks, Simon Ellis
The Stronger - Dan McCulloch, Lia Williams, Frank McGuinness

The Orange rising star award (voted for by the public)
Shia LaBeouf
Sienna Miller
Ellen Page
Sam Riley
Tang Wei


No screenplay nod for 'Hot Fuzz' I'm afraid.

'There will be Blood' has nine nominations, well deserved I'm sure, but it's not even out over here till February. No fair.
Wife Of Rolex
I thought there was a Best comedy/musical catagory, or am I thinking of the American based ceremonies? Hopefully Hot Fuzz can at least get some recognition through the public choice award.
Raven
Crumbs, I've not seen one film on that list.
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