Awards Juggernaut The Revenant Boxes Through BAFTAs

This year’s awards period has been a special treat due to the absence of a clear-cut frontrunner, with The Big ShortSpotlightThe Revenant, and Mad Max: Rage Road all in relatively near competition — up until very recently, at least. Although early nominations were separated between these a number of heavy-hitting movies, The Revenant has broken in recent weeks as being the various awards-giving bodies have gotten their ceremonies. Creative intention be darned, the sheer complex bravado of Alejandro Gonzalez Iñárritu’s western may be enough to push it through to a major victory on Oscar night, if last night’s demonstrating at the BAFTAs is almost any example.

The grueling your survival tale won large at Britain’s almost all prestigious awards wedding service last night, taking house the Best Film prize and earning individual awards for Iñárritu along with leading man Leonardo DiCaprio in the Representative and Leading Actor or actress categories, respectively. The particular film also grabbed a couple more victories in the technical grounds, winning the Seem and Cinematography prizes. (Of particular note will be The Revenant’s director of pictures Emmanuel Lubezki, who stands to win an unparalleled third consecutive Oscar with regard to Cinematography, having already been renowned for his work on Birdman and Gravity.) Fury Road came off of the rosiest after The Revenant, winning in a number of of the technical types, confirming that the film’azines best shot with a higher-profile win would be with regard to director George Miller, who could give Iñárritu a run with regard to his money. The highlight of the night was a surprise acceptance of Force Awakens star John Boyega as the person receiving the Rising Star merit, handed out to a English actor destined intended for greatness. Take a look at the whole list of winners below:

BEST FILM
The Revenant
Steve Golin, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Arnon Milchan, Jane Parent, Keith Redmon

LEADING ACTOR
Leonardo DiCaprio
The Revenant

LEADING ACTRESS
Brie Larson
Room

DIRECTOR
The Revenant
Alejandro G. Iñárritu

PRODUCTION DESIGN
Mad Optimum: Fury Road
Colin Gibson, Lisa Thompson

FILM Definitely not IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
Wild Tales
Damiáin Szifron

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
Spotlight
Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
The Big Short
Adam McKay, Charles Randolph

OUTSTANDING Introduction BY A BRITISH Author, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER
Naji Abu Nowar (Writer/Director), Rupert Llyod (Maker)
Theeb

COSTUME DESIGN
Mad Max: Fury Road
Jenny Beavan

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
Kate Winslet
Steve Jobs

ANIMATED FILM
Inside Out
Pete Docter

SUPPORTING ACTOR
Mark Rylance
Bridge Of Spies

THE EE RISING STAR AWARD
(voted for by the public)
John Boyega

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS
Star Battles: The Force Awakens
Bob Corbould, Roger Guyett, Paul Kavanagh, Neal Scanlan

SOUND
The Revenant
Lon Bender, Chris Duesterdiek, Martin Hernandez, Frank A. Montaña, Jon Taylor, Randy Thom

EDITING
Mad Max: Fury Road
Margaret Sixel

BRITISH Small ANIMATION
Edmond
Nina Gantz, Emilie Jouffroy

BRITISH SHORT FILM
Operator
Caroline Bartleet, Rebecca Morgan

ORIGINAL MUSIC
The Hateful Eight
Ennio Morricone

DOCUMENTARY
Amy
Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees

CINEMATOGRAPHY
The Revenant
Emmanuel Lubezki

MAKE Upward & HAIR
Mad Max: Fury Road
Lesley Vanderwalt, Damian Martin

OUTSTANDING United kingdom FILM
Brooklyn
John Crowley, Finola Dwyer, Amanda Posey, Chip Hornby

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