BELFAST — “Schindler’s List,””The Piano” and “Jurassic Park,” none of them British films, led the list of winners of technical honors at the British Academy of Film & Television Awards held here on March 13.
The BAFTA awards are Britain’s version of the Oscar.
Janusz Kaminski won the award for cinematography for his work on “Schindler’s List,” a U.S. film.
New Zealander Jane Campion’s “The Piano” took the prizes for production design (Andrew McAlpine) and costume design (Janet Patterson).
Dennis Murren, Stan Winston, Phil Tippett and Michael Lantieri took the prize for achievement for special effects for “Jurassic Park.”
Morag Ross won the makeup artist award for British entry “Orlando.”
BAFTA will present its other awards next month.