With its 6,000 voting members split between Blighty, Los Angeles and New York, spanning the film biz, the TV industry and even videogamers, the British Academy of Film & Television Arts is a very…
If any filmmaker fits the description of a prophet without honor in his own country, it's Ken Loach. His "The Wind That Shakes the Barley" may have won the Palme d'Or, but it didn't manage to get a…
FILM“Babel,” Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, Jon Kilik, Steve Golin“The Departed,” Brad Pitt, Brad Grey, Graham King“The Last King of Scotland,” Andrea Calderwood, Lisa Bryer, Charles Steel“Little Miss…
Alexander Korda Award Nominees - Best British Film
With a British-skewed nomination list for this year's BAFTA film awards, BBC webheads are hoping the domestic telecast of the kudos presentation will reverse a nearly 50% decline in viewers since…
Edgy but mainstream, irreverent and unrepentantly scatological, the floppy-haired, loud-suited Jonathan Ross might not be Britain's most popular TV star, but he is certainly the highest paid.
Carl Foreman Award Nominees - Best Newcomer
The road from celebrated short filmmaker to acclaimed feature director is rocky, but this year's BAFTA short film award nominees are relishing the challenge. A look at previous BAFTA short pic noms…
The two most commercially successful British movies of the year, "Casino Royale" and "The Queen," have emerged at the top of the longlists for the British Academy Film Awards, with 14 entries apiece.
"Better late than never" is not an adage that applies to the campaign for the British Academy Film Awards.
No one who wins or gets nominated for a British Academy Film Award will tell you that a BAFTA doesn't matter. It's one of the most prestigious honors in the business. But whether it makes any…