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BAFTA Awards Unveil 2009 Nominees
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BAFTA Awards Unveil 2009 Nominees

January 15, 2009 09:49:07 GMT

'Slumdog Millionaire' and 'The Curious Case of Benjamin Button' lead the fields with eleven nods each following the announcement of 2009 Orange British Academy Film Awards nominees.


BAFTA Awards Unveil 2009 Nominees
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Nominees of the 2009 Orange British Academy Film Awards a.k.a. BAFTA Awards have been announced on Thursday, January 15. Through the announcement, it has been revealed that "Slumdog Millionaire" and "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" have dominated the awards as they each collected eleven counts, including nomination for Best Film.

Beside Best Film, "Slumdog" was also up for Outstanding British Film, Best Director, Leading Actor for Dev Patel and Supporting Actress for Freida Pinto amongst other categories. Meanwhile, the nominations for "Benjamin Button" included Best Director, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Actor for Brad Pitt.

Trailing close behind those two dominating movies with nine nods was "The Dark Knight", which mostly nabbed the nominations from the technical categories, except the Best Supporting Actor gong for Heath Ledger and Best Music count for Hans Zimmer and James Newton Howard. In addition to "Dark Knight", "Changeling" was also given multiple nominations, collecting eight overall.

Winners of the 2009 BAFTA Awards will be honored at a gala ceremony on Sunday, February 8 at the Royal Opera House in London. On the occasion, the 2009 Orange Rising Star Award, which nomination has come out earlier, will also be named. Complete nominees list can be attained at BAFTA.

Partial nominees list of 2009 Orange British Academy Film Awards/BAFTA Awards:

Best Film:

Outstanding British Film: Leading Actor: Leading Actress: Supporting Actor: Supporting Actress: The Carl Foreman Award for Special Achievement by a British Director, Writer or Producer for their First Feature Film:
  • Producer Simon Chinn, "Man on Wire"
  • Producer Judy Craymer, "Mamma Mia!"
  • Writer Garth Jennings, "Son of Rambow"
  • Director/Writer Steve McQueen, "Hunger"
  • Producers Solon Papadopoulos/Roy Boulter, "Of Time and the City"
Director: Original Screeplay: Adapted Screeplay: Animated Film:

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