The British Academy of Film and Television Arts announced Wednesday that the 2013 British Academy Film Awards will take place on Feb. 10 at London's Royal Opera House.
Hot off its Golden Globes win for comedy or musical, "The Artist" leads the pack with 12 BAFTA nominations, announced in London Tuesday morning.
Goosed by awards season wins and nominations and red-hot word of mouth, "Slumdog Millionaire" hit the jackpot at the U.K. box office, climbing steeply to take top spot in its second weekend.
Danny Boyle's "Slumdog Millionaire" and David Fincher's "The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" lead the field in the noms for the British Academy Film Awards with 11 apiece.
Michael Fassbender, Rebecca Hall, Michael Cera, Noel Clarke and Toby Kebbell are the five thesps in the running for the BAFTA Orange Rising Star award.
"The Curious Case of Benjamin Button" and "Frost/Nixon" lead in the longlists for the British Academy Film Awards with 14 nominations each.
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Tom McCarthy's "The Visitor" has defied long odds to become the year's indie sleeper hit thus far.
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The statistics show that BAFTA favors British actors, with Brits winning 16 acting prizes in the past decade vs. seven Oscars.
Two British films combined to gross $1.5 billion worldwide this summer. A third, released this fall, could take that total over the $2 billion mark.