BAFTA Film Awards 2017 – Winners – Live Blog!

The British Academy Film Awards are here! Yes, that time of the evening

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Pretty much all of the big films that have been nominated scored an award. La La Land won the most, scooping up five with Lion and Manchester by the Sea following with two. I Daniel Blake, Jackie, Florence Foster Jenkins, Fences, Son of Saul, and Under the Shadow all were awarded won each.


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Anyway, we’re excited that Kubo and the Two Strings battled against three heavy-weight Disney movies to scoop up the Best Animation and Kenneth Lonergan won Best Original Screenplay. Viola Davis scooped up Best Supporting Actress because she is a queen, Tom Holland won the EE Rising Star Award (that should’ve gone to Anya Taylor-Joy,) and was blessed by receiving the award by Davies, Emma Stone won Best Actress for La La Land which we cannot grumble about. Isabelle Huppert wasn’t nominated and Here’s To The Fools to Dream gave us tingles.

Biggest shocks include Dev Patel for Lion because we love Mahershala Ali for Moonlight. While we love British actor Patel, Ali should’ve won.

Nonetheless, it was a humour night filled with quips, gorgeous gowns, and a circus performance by Cirque De Soleil. Tom Holland’s speech dedication was adorable and, yes, many of these speeches were filled with vit0ral against the British and American regimes. Though a lot of people will dismiss them as “luvvies,” and “lefties,” it’s fantastic to see artists using their platform to speak out against governments that affect them, their fans, and people. Artists have every right to do so as they are too human beings. You also voted for the most rich and powerful to be in control of your life so stop being hypocritical in your bashing of the famous.

Congratulations to all the winners and nominees for a stellar evening. Here is the full list:

Outstanding British Film – I, Daniel Blake.

EE Rising Star Award Tom Holland

Best Original Music – Justin Hurwitz for La La Land

Best Costume DesignMadeline Fontaine for Jackie

Best Hair and Make Up – J. Roy Helland and Daniel Phillips for Florence Foster Jenkins

Best Sound – Claude La Haye, Bernard Gariepy Strobl, Sylvain Bellemare for Arrival

Best Short Animation – A Love Story

Best Short Film – Home

Best Editing –  John Gilbert for Hacksaw Ridge

Best Production Design – Stuart Craig and Anna Pinnock for Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Best Documentary – 13th

Best Film not in the English Language – Son of Saul

Best Adapted Screenplay  – Luke Davies for Lion

Best Supporting Actress – Viola Davies for Fences

Best Animation – Kubo and the Two Strings!

Best Special Effects Robert Legato, Dan Lemmon, Andrew R. Jones, and Adam Valdez for The Jungle Book

Best Outstanding Debut by a British Director/Producer/Writer  – Babak Anvari, Emily Leo, Oliver Roskill, and Lucan Toh for Under the Shadow

Best Supporting Actor – Dev Patel for Lion

Outstanding Contribution to Cinema – Curzon Cinemas

Best Cinematography – Linus Sandgren for La La Land 

Best Original Screenplay – Kenneth Lonergan for Manchester by the Sea 

Best Actress – Emma Stone for La La Land

Best Actor – Casey Affleck for Manchester by the Sea 

Best Director – Damien Chazelle for La La Land

Best Picture – La La Land

BAFTA Fellowship – Mel Brooks

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