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Best Film
12 Years A Slave

Leading Actor 

Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years A Slave
Supporting Actor

Barkhad Abdi, Captain Phillips

Leading Actress

Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

Supporting Actress 

Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle

Outstanding British Film

Gravity

Director 

Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity

Original Screenplay

American Hustle

Original Music

Gravity

Cinematography

Gravity

Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer

Kieran Evans (Writer/Director), Kelly + Victor

Production Design

The Great Gatsby
Costume Design

The Great Gatsby
Make Up & Hair

American Hustle
Sound

Gravity

Special Visual Effects 

Gravity 

Film Not in the English Language

The Great Beauty

Animated Film

Frozen

The British Short Animation

Sleeping With the Fishes

British Short Film 

Room 8

EE Rising Star Award

Will Poulter

Adapted Screenplay

Philomena

Editing

Rush

 

 

A couple worthy winners there.

Glad for Abdi still

 

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gone clear?

 

 

Just watched gravity. Great movie.

 

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:lol: @ the last picture.

 

Been a good year for films this year in general, some great stuff has hit the screen. 

 

Also great to see the new generation of brothers coming through.

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prince william

 

'why is this nigga touching my hand... ergh please stop'

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Am I missing something but why the fuck did 'Wolf of Wolf Street' win nothing 

 

Best film by far

 

12 years was not that great tbh

 

I suppose it would be offensive if it did not win best film and best actor

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I would've said Wolf of Wall Street also.

 

Credit to Steve McQueen though, rate the guy highly.

 

Gravity on a technical level is up there but the film overall.....

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12 years a slave was boring tho... I MEAN IT ACTUALLY WAS...

 

ive seen better slavery induced films

 

12 years a slave was only touching the last 15 minutes of it...

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I'm more annoyed by the best actor award

 

furthermore, "outstanding British film" - Gravity is a Hollywood film that paid a British studio for postproduction effects. the film belongs to Warner Brothers

 

for more reasons than above, it breaks their own rules on what can be considered a British Film

 

while we're on the Gravity subject, people hype about the cinematography in Gravity, which is good.

 

But considering the 98% of the film is filmed in a studio, it wasn't exactly as challenging as a film that was shot on location, I just don't see how it can be the best in that category. I preferred the cinematography in Mandela, which was excellent and way more challenging. 

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Just watched gravity again.

Not a great film tbh. But for the special effects hats off.

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I'm more annoyed by the best actor award

 

furthermore, "outstanding British film" - Gravity is a Hollywood film that paid a British studio for postproduction effects. the film belongs to Warner Brothers

 

for more reasons than above, it breaks their own rules on what can be considered a British Film

 

 

Gravity passed the BFI's "cultural test" all they have to do is score 16 out of 31 points to be considered British. 

 

http://www.bfi.org.uk/film-industry/british-certification-tax-relief/cultural-test-film

 

I'll be honest to me it's not British, it's a cheap way to bring in the blockbuster films and award them. "A Field In England" is one that's British and should've been nominated.

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