2012 BAFTA Awards Winners

‘The Artist’ wins seven awards including Best Film, Best Director, and Best Actor for Jean Dujardin.
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2012 BAFTA Awards Winners

The Artist takes home the top prize at the 2012 BAFTA AwardsThe Artist was named Best Film at tonight's Orange British Academy Film Awards hosted by Stephen Fry, held at London's Royal Opera House. The film also won six other awards: Director, Original Screenplay, Original Music, Cinematography, Costume Design as well as a performance award for Jean Dujardin who won the Leading Actor BAFTA.

Meryl Streep was awarded the BAFTA for Leading Actress for her performance as Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady; the film was also honoured in the Make-Up & Hair category.

The Help's Octavia Spencer won the Supporting Actress category and Christopher Plummer won Supporting Actor for his performance in Beginners.

Outstanding British Film and Adapted Screenplay were awarded to Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy and Senna won the Documentary and Editing BAFTAs. Hugo won two BAFTAs in Production Design and Sound. Pedro Almodóvar's The Skin I Live In won the Film Not in the English Language category and Rango won the BAFTA for Animated Film. Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 was awarded the BAFTA for Special Visual Effects.

Director Paddy Considine and Producer Diarmid Scrimshaw received the award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer for their first feature film Tyrannosaur, based upon the short film Dog Altogether that won them the Short Film BAFTA in 2008.

The Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award was presented to Adam Deacon, recently seen in Anuvahood and Kidulthood. This award, the only one voted for by the public, recognises an international actor or actress who has demonstrated exceptional talent and has begun to be recognised as a film star in the making. The award is now in its seventh year and was created in honour of Mary Selway, the highly respected casting director who passed away in 2004.

A Morning Stroll won the Short Animation award and the Short Film award was presented to Pitch Black Heist.

The award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema was received by John Hurt. The Fellowship, the highest accolade which the Academy can bestow, was presented to Martin Scorsese.

WINNERS

BEST FILM

  • The Artist - Thomas Langmann

    The Descendants - Jim Burke, Alexander Payne, Jim Taylor

    Drive - Marc Platt, Adam Siegel

    The Help - Brunson Green, Chris Columbus, Michael Barnathan

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Robyn Slovo

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM

  • Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Tomas Alfredson, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Robyn Slovo, Bridget O'Connor, Peter Straughan

    My Week with Marilyn - Simon Curtis, David Parfitt, Harvey Weinstein, Adrian Hodges

    Senna - Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Manish Pandey

    Shame - Steve McQueen, Iain Canning, Emile Sherman, Abi Morgan

    We Need to Talk About Kevin - Lynne Ramsay, Luc Roeg, Jennifer Fox, Robert Salerno, Rory Stewart Kinnear

OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER

  • Tyrannosaur - Paddy Considine (Director), Diarmid Scrimshaw (Producer)

    Attack the Block - Joe Cornish (Director/Writer)

    Black Pond - Will Sharpe (Director/Writer), Tom Kingsley (Director), Sarah Brocklehurst (Producer)

    Coriolanus - Ralph Fiennes (Director)

    Submarine - Richard Ayoade (Director/Writer)

FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

  • The Skin I Live In - Pedro Almodóvar, Agustín Almodóvar

    Incendies - Denis Villeneuve, Luc Déry, Kim McGraw

    Pina - Wim Wenders, Gian-Piero Ringel

    Potiche - François Ozon, Eric Altmayer, Nicolas Altmayer

    A Separation - Asghar Farhadi

DOCUMENTARY

  • Senna - Asif Kapadia

    George Harrison: Living in the Material World - Martin Scorsese

    Project Nim - James Marsh, Simon Chinn

ANIMATED FILM

  • Rango - Gore Verbinski

    The Adventures of Tintin - Steven Spielberg

    Arthur Christmas - Sarah Smith

DIRECTOR

  • The Artist - Michel Hazanavicius

    Drive - Nicolas Winding Refn

    Hugo - Martin Scorsese

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Tomas Alfredson

    We Need to Talk About Kevin - Lynne Ramsay

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

  • The Artist - Michel Hazanavicius

    Bridesmaids - Annie Mumolo, Kristen Wiig

    The Guard - John Michael McDonagh

    The Iron Lady - Abi Morgan

    Midnight in Paris - Woody Allen

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

  • Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Bridget O'Connor, Peter Straughan

    The Descendants - Alexander Payne, Nat Faxon, Jim Rash

    The Help - Tate Taylor

    The Ides of March - George Clooney, Grant Heslov, Beau Willimon

    Moneyball - Steven Zaillian, Aaron Sorkin

LEADING ACTOR

  • Brad Pitt - Moneyball

    Gary Oldman - Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy

    George Clooney - The Descendants

    Michael Fassbender - Shame

LEADING ACTRESS

  • Meryl Streep - The Iron Lady

    Bérénice Bejo - The Artist

    Michelle Williams - My Week with Marilyn

    Tilda Swinton - We Need to Talk About Kevin

    Viola Davis - The Help

SUPPORTING ACTOR

  • Christopher Plummer - Beginners

    Jim Broadbent - The Iron Lady

    Jonah Hill - Moneyball

    Kenneth Branagh - My Week with Marilyn

    Philip Seymour Hoffman - The Ides of March

SUPPORTING ACTRESS

  • Octavia Spencer - The Help

    Carey Mulligan - Drive

    Jessica Chastain - The Help

    Judi Dench - My Week with Marilyn

    Melissa McCarthy - Bridesmaids

ORIGINAL MUSIC

  • The Artist Ludovic Bource

    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Trent Reznor, Atticus Ross

    Hugo - Howard Shore

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Alberto Iglesias

    War Horse - John Williams

CINEMATOGRAPHY

  • The Artist - Guillaume Schiffman

    The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo - Jeff Cronenweth

    Hugo - Robert Richardson

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Hoyte van Hoytema

    War Horse - Janusz Kaminski

EDITING

  • Senna - Gregers Sall, Chris King

    The Artist - Anne-Sophie Bion, Michel Hazanavicius

    Drive - Mat Newman

    Hugo - Thelma Schoonmaker

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Dino Jonsater

PRODUCTION DESIGN

  • Hugo - Dante Ferretti, Francesca Lo Schiavo

    The Artist - Laurence Bennett, Robert Gould

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 - Stuart Craig, Stephenie McMillan

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Maria Djurkovic, Tatiana MacDonald

    War Horse - Rick Carter, Lee Sandales

COSTUME DESIGN

  • The Artist - Mark Bridges

    Hugo - Sandy Powell

    Jane Eyre - Michael O'Connor

    My Week with Marilyn - Jill Taylor

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - Jacqueline Durran

MAKE UP & HAIR

  • The Iron Lady - Marese Langan

    The Artist - Julie Hewett, Cydney Cornell

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 - Amanda Knight, Lisa Tomblin

    Hugo - Morag Ross, Jan Archibald

    My Week with Marilyn - Jenny Shircore

SOUND

  • Hugo - Philip Stockton, Eugene Gearty, Tom Fleischman, John Midgley

    The Artist - Nadine Muse, Gérard Lamps, Michael Krikorian

    Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 - James Mather, Stuart Wilson, Stuart Hilliker, Mike Dowson, Adam Scrivener

    Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy - John Casali, Howard Bargroff, Doug Cooper, Stephen Griffiths, Andy Shelley

    War Horse - Stuart Wilson, Gary Rydstrom, Andy Nelson, Tom Johnson, Richard Hymns

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS

  • Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows - Part 2 - Tim Burke, John Richardson, Greg Butler, David Vickery

    The Adventures of Tintin - Joe Letteri

    Hugo - Rob Legato, Ben Grossman, Joss Williams

    Rise of the Planet of the Apes - Joe Letteri, Dan Lemmon, R. Christopher White

    War Horse - Ben Morris, Neil Corbould

SHORT ANIMATION

  • A Morning Stroll - Grant OrchardGrant Orchard, Sue Goffe

    Abuelas - Afarin Eghbal, Kasia Malipan, Francesca Gardiner

    Bobby Yeah - Robert Morgan

SHORT FILM

  • Pitch Black Heist - John Maclean, Gerardine O'Flynn

    Chalk - Martina Amati, Gavin Emerson, James Bolton, Ilaria Bernardini

    Mwansa the Great - Rungano Nyoni, Gabriel Gauchet

    Only Sound Remains - Arash Ashtiani, Anshu Poddar

    Two and Two - Babak Anvari, Kit Fraser, Gavin Cullen

THE ORANGE WEDNESDAYS RISING STAR AWARD

  • Adam Deacon

    Chris Hemsworth

    Chris O'Dowd

    Eddie Redmayne

    Tom Hiddleston

Sources: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts

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  • ChiRep-1 • 3 years ago

    Rango over TinTin?

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    • 2movieguys • 3 years ago

      Congrats to 'The Artist'!

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      • mattbierwagen • 3 years ago

        Aghh, i still need to see the artist.

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        • m2 • 3 years ago

          Glad to see that The Artist is another step closer in taking home the Oscar for Best Picture. I'm pulling for The Artist or The Tree of Life, but as long The Descendants doesn't get it I'll be fine. For some reason I still don't feel that Streep is going to take the Oscar even if she won here.

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          • thedude-abides • 3 years ago

            Not a fan

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            • corey • 3 years ago

              Each day, more and more, I'm starting to lose my faith in Williams win. I really want to see Michelle win come Oscar night. I really do!

              Anyways, I'm happy with all the other winners.

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              • moviegeek • 3 years ago

                Surprising to see Tintin not win animation with the Brits. But I'm so glad to see DuJardin and Streep win! They completely deserve to win the Oscars over the other competitors.

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                • SpaceCowboy • 3 years ago

                  Agree for the most part. Tinker was definitely the most British film of all the noms, but Shame deserved that. It's gotten no love anywhere else.

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                  • MadJohnsonProductions • 3 years ago

                    The Artist is going to take best picture at the Oscar!

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