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The 2020 BAFTA winners in full

Tonight the BAFTA film awards were dished out at London’s legendary Royal Albert Hall with the big winner on the night being the WWI epic 1917 which walked away with no less than seven awards including Best Film, and Best Director for Sam Mendes. The film also scored Outstanding British Film.

1917, which walked away with the best motion picture award

In the acting categories, Joaquin Phoenix walked away with leading actor for Joker while Renee Zellweger scored leading actress for Judy. Brad Pitt walked away with Best Supporting Actor for Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood, while Laura Dern won supporting actress for the superb Marriage Story.

The evening was also a great success for Parasite which won both Best Original Screenplay and Film Not in the English Language.

Here’s how they all fared. Winners are in bold.

Best Film

1917 Pippa Harris, Callum McDougall, Sam Mendes, Jayne-Ann Tenggren

The Irishman Robert De Niro,
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Baftas 2020: Full list of winners

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Baftas 2020: Full list of winners
‘1917’ wins seven prizes including best film; Joaquin Phoenix, Renée Zellweger, ‘Parasite’, ‘Bait’ among other winners.

1917 was the big winner at the 2020 Baftas on Sunday (February 2), winning seven awards including best film.

It also picked up outstanding British film, best director for Sam Mendes, best cinematography for Roger Deakins, as well as Baftas for production design, sound and special visual effects.

Joker won three awards including best actor for Joaquin Phoenix, while Parasite won two including best original screenplay and film not in the English language.

The ceremony took place at the Royal Albert Hall in London and was hosted by
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Baftas 2020: Full list of winners - as they happen

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Baftas 2020: Full list of winners - as they happen
‘1917’ leads the way; Joaquin Phoenix, Renée Zellweger, ‘Parasite’, ‘Bait’ among the winners.

The 2020 Bafta Film Awards are taking place tonight (2 Feb) at the Royal Albert Hall in London.

Screen will be posting all the winners on this page and on Twitter as they are announced.

The ceremony started at 18:45 UK time and finishes at approximately 21:30, with Graham Norton on hosting duties for the first time.

Joker leads the way with 11 nominations. The Irishman and Once Upon A Time… In Hollywood follow on 10, with 1917 earning nine nods.

Winners as they happen in bold (latest first), below.

Leading Actress Jessie Buckley
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Quentin Tarantino on Re-Creating 1960s L.A. for ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

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Quentin Tarantino on Re-Creating 1960s L.A. for ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’
Quentin Tarantino’s earliest memory of Los Angeles was as a young boy visiting Grauman’s Chinese Theater, standing in the courtyard and looking at the handprints of John Wayne and Roy Rogers. He recollects the Mold-a-Rama machine outside that dispensed a souvenir wax pagoda if you inserted a quarter.

The director had toyed with re-creating that memory as the opening to his Oscar-nominated “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” He went so far as to have Barbara Ling, his production designer, track down the makers of the machine, but the idea never materialized. Instead, the film opens with black-and-white newsreel footage of Rick Dalton (played by Leonardo DiCaprio) and stuntman Cliff Booth (Brad Pitt), setting the scene for their coming exploits. But Tarantino has the machine: “It sits in my garage,” he chuckles as he lounges across the table from Ling and the film’s costume designer, Arianne Phillips
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2020 Ace Eddie Awards winners: Full list of editors guild champs in film and TV [Updating Live]

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2020 Ace Eddie Awards winners: Full list of editors guild champs in film and TV [Updating Live]
The winners for the 2020 American Cinema Editors Awards were announced Friday, January 17 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. These are the 70th annual edition of the Ace Eddie Awards, which honor the best in feature film and television editing for the 2019 calendar year. Four Oscar nominees for Best Film Editing contend for the guild’s drama prize with the fifth recognized over on the comedy side (“Jojo Rabbit”). Scroll down to see the complete list of Ace Eddie winners, which are marked in gold.

SEE2020 Ace Eddie Awards preview: Which Oscar nominee for Best Film Editing will win here first?

The Eddies have an excellent track record for predicting the ultimate Oscar winner for Best Film Editing, with 22 of the last 29 matching up including last year’s champion “Bohemian Rhapsody.” In addition, since the guild split their top award into two prizes in 2000, eight of their 20 winners went
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2020 Ace Eddie Awards preview: Which Oscar nominee for Best Film Editing will win here first?

2020 Ace Eddie Awards preview: Which Oscar nominee for Best Film Editing will win here first?
The American Cinema Editors guild, which hands out its awards on January 17, has a good track record as a preview of the Oscar winner for Best Picture (17 out of the last 29) and a great one for forecasting who will win the Film Editing Oscar (22 of the last 29). Not surprisingly, it is also fairly prescient when it comes to predicting the five Film Editing Oscar slots; all of this year’s Academy Awards nominees contend for this cutting prize.

In 1992, the Eddies went from three to five nominees (matching that of the Oscars) and in 2000 it split the award in two, with five nominees for each of drama and comedy/musical. Over the past 27 years, 120 of the 135 Oscar nominees for Film Editing had first reaped a Golden Eddie bid; that makes for an accuracy rate of 89%.

The film editors divide their awards for editing between dramas and comedies/musicals. Oscar nominees “Ford v Ferrari,
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Tom Rothman On Sony’s 20 Oscar Noms, His Hopes For Theatrical Release Future And Keeping Quentin Tarantino In The Fold For His Final Film

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Tom Rothman On Sony’s 20 Oscar Noms, His Hopes For Theatrical Release Future And Keeping Quentin Tarantino In The Fold For His Final Film
“The sun is shining on Culver City through the smog,” is how Sony Pictures Motion Picture Group chairman Tom Rothman began a call Monday to discuss Sony’s strong Oscar nomination showing. The studio reaped a haul of 20 noms – 10 for Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, six for Little Women, a Best Supporting Actor nom for Tom Hanks in A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood, two for the Pedro Almodovar-directed Pain and Glory (Best International Feature and Best Actor for Antonio Banderas).

Even in his years atop Fox with movies like Titanic, Avatar and Life of Pi, Rothman was hard-pressed to recall a bigger haul for a studio he has overseen, and certainly not two Best Picture nominations in the same race, which happened for Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and Little Women.

Rothman believes the results speak to the viability of the theatrical release in creating zeitgeist global currency,
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What Oscar Snubs and Surprises Reveal about the Race: ‘1917’ or ‘Parasite’ Could Take Best Picture

Oscars are always about momentum, timing, the zeitgeist — and most of all, the way 8,469 Academy members want to present Hollywood to the world. This year, the voting body’s nominees give Oscar broadcaster ABC little to worry about with five hugely popular global hits vying for multiple Oscars, including Best Picture: “Joker,” “The Irishman,” “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” “1917” and “Parasite.”

$1 billion-grossing R-rated DC origin myth “Joker” (Warner Bros.) dominated with 11 nominations, followed by expected frontrunners “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (Sony) and “The Irishman” (Netflix) with 10, and surprise overachiever “1917,” also with 10. “Jojo Rabbit” (Fox Searchlight), “Little Women” (Sony), “Marriage Story” (Netflix), and the first Korean Oscar nominee “Parasite” (Neon) all landed six nods.

Netflix beat out its closest studio competitor Sony with a total 24 nominations to Sony’s 19. But the likelihood is slim that either of Netflix’s two movies will prevail in the Best
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What Oscar Snubs and Surprises Reveal about the Race: ‘1917’ or ‘Parasite’ Could Take Best Picture

Oscars are always about momentum, timing, the zeitgeist — and most of all, the way 8,469 Academy members want to present Hollywood to the world. This year, the voting body’s nominees give Oscar broadcaster ABC little to worry about with five hugely popular global hits vying for multiple Oscars, including Best Picture: “Joker,” “The Irishman,” “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” “1917” and “Parasite.”

$1 billion-grossing R-rated DC origin myth “Joker” (Warner Bros.) dominated with 11 nominations, followed by expected frontrunners “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” (Sony) and “The Irishman” (Netflix) with 10, and surprise overachiever “1917,” also with 10. “Jojo Rabbit” (Fox Searchlight), “Little Women” (Sony), “Marriage Story” (Netflix), and the first Korean Oscar nominee “Parasite” (Neon) all landed six nods.

Netflix beat out its closest studio competitor Sony with a total 24 nominations to Sony’s 19. But the likelihood is slim that either of Netflix’s two movies will prevail in the Best
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Oscars 2020: ‘1917’ and ‘Joker’ Both Grab Seven Craft Nominations

Oscars 2020: ‘1917’ and ‘Joker’ Both Grab Seven Craft Nominations
Sam Mendes’ bold, continuous-shot, World War I thriller, “1917,” and Todd Phillips’ $1 billion blockbuster, “Joker,” dominated the Oscar craft nominations on Monday, grabbing seven apiece.

Meanwhile, Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” and Martin Scorsese’s “The Irishman” each scored five nominations, while Taika Waititi’s “Jojo Rabbit” nabbed three along with James Mangold’s “Ford v Ferrari.” Bong Joon Ho’s “Parasite” and Greta Gerwig’s “Little Women” each came away with two nominations, and Noah Baumbach’s “Marriage Story” was singled out for Randy Newman’s romantic score.

But “1917” provided the biggest tour de force crafts event of the season, with nominations for Roger Deakins’ uniquely orchestrated cinematography, Dennis Gassner’s exacting production design, Thomas Newman’s haunting score, the unusual sound editing and sound mixing, and, surprisingly, makeup and hairstyling and VFX.

However, the exclusion of “1917” editor Lee Smith (who won the
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Critics' Choice Awards 2020: The Complete Winners List

Critics' Choice Awards 2020: The Complete Winners List
The 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards rewarded many of the best television shows and films of 2019 in a ceremony Sunday night in Santa Monica, California that saw Renée Zellweger, Joaquin Phoenix and many more win big.

Martin Scorsese‘s The Irishman came into the night with 14 nominations, while Quentin Tarantino‘s Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood followed with 12 overall nods.

Scroll down for the complete list of winners.

Film Best Picture

1917

Ford v Ferrari

The Irishman

Jojo Rabbit

Joker

Little Women

Marriage Story

Once Upon a Time… in Hollywood

Parasite

Uncut Gems

Best Actor

Antonio BanderasPain and Glory

Robert De Niro
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Critics’ Choice Awards 2020 Winners List (Updating Live)

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Critics’ Choice Awards 2020 Winners List (Updating Live)
With the shortened awards timeline, ceremonies hit hard and fast. Sunday night marks the 25th annual Critics’ Choice Awards, airing on The CW beginning at 7pm Est/7pm Pst. Taye Diggs returns as host the proceedings, which take place in the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, presented by the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association. On the film side, this year’s nominations are led by Netflix’s “The Irishman,” with 14 nods. However, Martin Scorsese’s film came home empty-handed at the Golden Globes last Sunday. Netflix also leads on the television side, with six nominations for Ava DuVernay’s true-crime miniseries “When They See Us.”

Follow along below for IndieWire’s live and updating winners list, and stay tuned for further analysis. See the nominations below, with winners bolded.

Best Picture

1917

Ford v Ferrari

The Irishman

Jojo Rabbit

Joker

Little Women

Marriage Story

“Once Upon a Time…
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Critics’ Choice Awards: The Complete Winners List

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Critics’ Choice Awards: The Complete Winners List
The 25th annual Critics’ Choice Awards gala, hosted by Taye Diggs, was broadcast live on The CW on Sunday night.

It was a good night for both Netflix and HBO, with the studios taking home trophies for movies and shows like “The Irishman,” “Marriage Story,” “When They See Us,” “Watchmen” and “Succession.”

“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” won the ceremony’s biggest movie prize, best picture, as well as three more awards: best supporting actor for Brad Pitt, best original screenplay for Quentin Tarantino and best production design for Barbara Ling and Nancy Haigh.

On the TV side, “Fleabag” continued its awards dominance, winning best comedy series, best actress in a comedy series for Phoebe Waller-Bridge and best supporting actor in a comedy series for Andrew Scott. It’s the latest successful awards outing for “Fleabag,” which won best series — musical or comedy at the Golden Globes last weekend,
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2020 Critics’ Choice Awards: Full winners list in the 23 film and 19 TV categories

2020 Critics’ Choice Awards: Full winners list in the 23 film and 19 TV categories
The 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards were handed out on Sunday (January 12), during a three-hour ceremony at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California that aired on the CW Network. This marked the 25th year that the 350 plus members of the Broadcast Film Critics Assn. have awarded prizes while it is the 10th time that their counterparts in the Broadcast Television Journalists Assn. have done so. Scroll down to see the full list of winners (and nominees) in every one of the 42 categories.

On the film front, “The Irishman” leads with a whopping 14 nominations. Close behind with 12 bids is “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood.” “Little Women” follows with nine, and then “1917” and “Marriage Story” at eight eacn. Three films — “Jojo Rabbit,” “Joker” and “Parasite” — reaped a lucky seven bids apiece.

Over on the TV side, awards powerhouse Netflix is in first among networks with 61 nominations. HBO has 33, Amazon is at
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Live Stream the 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards: How to Watch the Show

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Live Stream the 2020 Critics’ Choice Awards: How to Watch the Show
With the shortened awards timeline, ceremonies hit hard and fast. Sunday night marks the 25th annual Critics’ Choice Awards, airing on The CW beginning at 7pm Est/7pm Pst. Taye Diggs returns as host the proceedings, which take place in the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, presented by the Broadcast Film Critics Association and the Broadcast Television Journalists Association.

On the film side, this year’s nominations are led by Netflix’s “The Irishman,” with 14 nods. However, Martin Scorsese’s film came home empty-handed at the Golden Globes last Sunday. Netflix also leads on the television side, with six nominations for Ava DuVernay’s true-crime miniseries “When They See Us.”

The CW website allows you to find your local channel listing, and the website will also host a live stream. You can also use YouTube TV, Hulu With Live TV, or AT&T TV Now.

If none of those work for you,
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Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

Two givens for Los Angeles living in 1969: perpetual driving around listening to the radio, and stereo cartridge needles dropping onto record grooves. Those things were the basics of our existence! CineSavant closes out his pre-Christmas cheer with his favorite picture of ’19. It’s possibly Quentin Tarantino’s best. Yes, yes I know it has that crazy finale, but overall it has much less violence than most anything else he’s done. Plus it has scenes that can be described as heartwarming, and quietly sentimental… practically new territory for this director. The respect shown for Sharon Tate is gratifying. Bring us more great stories that inspire you this way, Mr. T. !

Once Upon a Time in Hollywood

4K UltraHD + Blu-ray + Digital

Sony/Columbia

2019 / Color / 2:40 widescreen / 161 min. / Street Date December 10, 2019 / 27.96

Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Emile Hirsch, Margaret Qualley, Timothy Olyphant, Julia Butters, Austin Butler, Dakota Fanning, Bruce Dern,
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'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood': What Quentin Tarantino Left in the Editing Room

'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood': What Quentin Tarantino Left in the Editing Room
Fred Raskin had a big challenge on his hands. The first cut of Quentin Tarantino's Once Upon a Time in Hollywood was more than four and a half hours long, and he had to cut it down to almost half that length.

Luckily for the film editor, Tarantino joined him in the editing room after principal photography, already knowing what half of the cuts should be.

The rest, Raskin says, "came from watching the movie over and over again [while considering] that if we lose something, do we upset the balance of how much time we are spending ...
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Ace Editing Awards Nominees Heading for the Oscars Include ‘The Irishman,’ Joker,’ and ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’

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Ace Editing Awards Nominees Heading for the Oscars Include ‘The Irishman,’ Joker,’ and ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood’
The influential Ace Eddie Awards nominees for editing include the prestige dramas “Ford v Ferrari, ” “The Irishman,” “Joker,” “Marriage Story,” and “Parasite,” Left out was Sam Mendes’ late-breaking bold, single-cut “1917” from Oscar-winner Lee Smith (“Dunkirk”), which does not bode well for an Academy Award nomination. Best Picture contender “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” made the cut as a comedy nominee along with “Dolemite Is My Name,” “The Farewell,” “Jojo Rabbit,” and “Knives Out.”

This makes for a competitive Oscar race, with three-time Academy Award-winner Thelma Schoonmaker as the frontrunner for “The Irishman,” Martin Scorsese’s deeply personal, character-driven, non-linear ode to mob life, complicated by Ilm’s experimental VFX de-aging of Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci. “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,” Quentin Tarantino’s complex love letter to Tinseltown, should earn a nomination for Fred Raskin; Todd Phillips’ bending of reality and fantasy around
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2020 Ace Eddie Awards nominations: Oscar frontrunner ‘The Irishman’ among 10 contenders

The American Cinema Editors nominations for the Eddie Awards announced on Wednesday (December 11) include our Oscar frontrunner for Best Film Editing, “The Irishman,” along with three of the other four films we’re predicting to reap bids in that race: “Ford v Ferrari,” “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” and “Parasite.” While the WWI epic “1917,” which is made to look like one continuous shot, was snubbed by the guild we expect it to be the fifth Academy Awards contender.

The Ace Eddie Awards divide their prizes for editing between dramas and comedies/musicals. “Ford v Ferrari,” “The Irishman” and “Parasite” contend here in the drama race, which is rounded out by “Joker” and “Marriage Story.” Facing off against “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” on the comedy side are “Dolemite is My Name,” “The Farewell,” “Jojo Rabbit” and “Knives Out.”

In 1992, the Eddies went from three to five nominees
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‘Joker,’ ‘Irishman,’ ‘Parasite’ Receive Ace Eddie Awards Nominations

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‘Joker,’ ‘Irishman,’ ‘Parasite’ Receive Ace Eddie Awards Nominations
The American Cinema Editors has nominated “Ford v Ferrari,” “Joker,” “The Irishman,” “Marriage Story” and “Parasite” for its Ace Eddie top feature film drama award.

Dolemite Is My Name,” “The Farewell,” “Jojo Rabbit,” “Knives Out” and “Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” received nominations in the feature comedy category. Nominated animated films include “Frozen 2,” “I Lost My Body” and “Toy Story 4.”

For the first time in Ace’s 70-year history, three foreign language films are among the nominees — “The Farewell,” which is partly in Mandarin, French animated film “I Lost My Body” and Korean-language “Parasite.”

On the television side, the spy thriller “Killing Eve” scored Ace nominations for Dan Crinnion for the “Desperate Times” episode and the “Smell Ya Later” episode for Al Morrow.

Winners will be revealed during Ace’s annual black-tie awards ceremony on Jan. 17 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel and will be presided over by Ace president Stephen Rivkin.
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