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Post by Germangirl » Sun Feb 08, 2009 6:11 pm

Watch live coverage of the awards this afternoon and this evening on Sky News, satellite channel 501. Sky News Online will also be covering the ceremony.
The top notch acting in the Weisz/Craig/Spall 'Betrayal' is emotionally true, often v funny and its beautifully staged with filmic qualities..

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Post by Vanquish » Sun Feb 08, 2009 6:35 pm

He was on bbc news and sky news
The commentators said it was shocking how his screams weren't as big as Dev Patel's or Brand and Angie's, since he was on home turf. But i guess he didn't get nommed.

Only realy interesting thing was he said he was dissapoitned Quantum got overlooked.

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Post by JoniJoni » Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:15 pm

So sorry Calypso!

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Post by calypso » Sun Feb 08, 2009 7:19 pm

JoniJoni wrote:So sorry Calypso!
no no i mean in nice way, so no news is missed, not bad comment to you
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Post by Thelma » Sun Feb 08, 2009 9:29 pm

calypso wrote:SPOILERS

all bafta results so far

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/7875555.stm
I'm so happy for Kate!

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Post by tigerheart » Sun Feb 08, 2009 9:48 pm

Thelma wrote:
calypso wrote:SPOILERS

all bafta results so far

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/7875555.stm
I'm so happy for Kate!
Daniel gave her a big hug when she came up to collect the award - very sweet!
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Post by calypso » Sun Feb 08, 2009 9:56 pm

mickey rourke won!!! :D
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Post by Ang » Sun Feb 08, 2009 10:35 pm

calypso wrote:mickey rourke won!!! :D
I know!! Fab, and his speech was so sweet! I thought he'd be a bit bitchy because of all his years in the wilderness but he was a sweetie:D

Lovely to see Daniel there, v hot!!!! and Kate was suitably short and sweet. I thought I'd be embarrassed by the awards - all very unbritish - but they were very well balanced I thought and Slumdog Millionaire ruled - YES!

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Post by calypso » Sun Feb 08, 2009 10:55 pm

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calypso wrote:mickey rourke won!!! :D
I know!! Fab, and his speech was so sweet! I thought he'd be a bit bitchy because of all his years in the wilderness but he was a sweetie:D

Lovely to see Daniel there, v hot!!!! and Kate was suitably short and sweet. I thought I'd be embarrassed by the awards - all very unbritish - but they were very well balanced I thought and Slumdog Millionaire ruled - YES!
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Post by Germangirl » Mon Feb 09, 2009 8:20 am

Full coverage of the Baftas I The Baftas as it happened
It’s cold, it’s wet, it’s a Sunday evening and anyone with an ounce of common sense is curled up on the sofa in front of the fire watching the Baftas from the comfort and safety of their living room.
Or are they? As the crowd outside the Royal Opera House is pelted with rain Rob from Chester stands in a puddle and declares loudly: “I would LOVE to get Daniel Craig’s autograph. That would be the icing on the CAKE!”
Rob is no amateur. As the increasingly bedraggled stars hobble as fast as their heels will carry them into the warmth to collect their Baftas, journalist after journalist is denied an interview, presumably due to the adverse weather conditions.
But Rob is no shrinking violet and shrieks more loudly than all the film crews and reporters put together: “ANGELINA, PLEASE! I’VE COME ALL THE WAY FROM LIVERPOOL!” The cry is like that of an animal in terrible pain, but very effective.
Will Angelina Jolie grant The Times ten seconds of her time? Not today. Will she sign Rob’s picture, brush against his blue anorak and make small talk with him? Yes.
And it’s the same with Daniel Craig. Instead of the media, Craig is drawn to the over-enthusiastic pack of competition winners, autograph hunters and general anoraks who are pushing, shoving and pleading with the stars to sign their soggy bits of paper.
Rob tells Daniel: “You know what, I love James Bond.” Craig smiles for a minute then says to Rob: “I quite like it as well.” Quite how this ebullient, pushy anorak has managed to strike up a rapport with international sex-symbol Daniel Craig is baffling, but he has. “It would be the icing on the cake if I could have a photo with you,” Rob reminds Craig and everyone else. Daniel consents, and even takes the photo himself. Rob is over the moon.
http://entertainment.timesonline.co.uk/ ... 690274.ece
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Post by Daskedusken » Mon Feb 09, 2009 9:59 am

Here's list of the complete winners:

NOMINERTE TIL BAFTA 2009:(Vinnerne i kursiv)

Beste film:

«The Curious Case of Benjamin Button»
«Frost/Nixon»
«The Reader»
«Slumdog Millionaire»

Beste britiske film:

«Hunger»
«In Bruges»
«Mamma Mia!»
«Man On Wire»
«Slumdog Millionaire»

Beste mannlige skuespiller:

Frank Langella - «Frost/Nixon»
Dev Patel - «Slumdog Millionaire»
Sean Penn - «Milk»
Brad Pitt - «The Curious Case of Benjamin Button»
Mickey Rourke - «The Wrestler»

Beste kvinnelige skuespiller:

Angelina Jolie - «Changeling»
Kristin Scott Thomas - «I've Loved You So Long»
Meryl Streep - «Doubt»
Kate Winslet - «The Reader»
Kate Winslet - «Revolutionary Road»

Beste mannlige birolle:

Robert Downey Jr. - «Tropic Thunder»
Brendan Gleeson - «In Bruges»
Philip Seymour Hoffman - «Doubt»
Heath Ledger - «The Dark Knight»
Brad Pitt - «Burn After Reading»

Beste kvinnelige birolle:

Amy Adams - «Doubt»
Penelope Cruz - «Vicky Cristina Barcelona»
Freida Pinto - «Slumdog Millionaire»
Tilda Swinton - «Burn After Reading»
Marisa Tomei - «The Wrestler»

Beste regissør:

Clint Eastwood - «Changeling»
David Fincher - «The Curious Case of Benjamin Button»
Ron Howard - «Frost/Nixon»
Stephen Daldry - «The Reader»
Danny Boyle - «Slumdog Millionaire»

Beste originalmanus:

«Burn After Reading» - Joel og Ethan Coen
«Changeling» - Joe Michael Straczynski
«I've Loved You So Long» - Phillippe Claudel
«In Bruges» - Martin McDonagh
«Milk» - Dustin Lance Black

Beste adapterte manus:

«The Curious Case of Benjamin Button» - Eric Roth
«Frost/Nixon» - Peter Morgan
«The Reader» - David Hare
«Revolutionary Road» - Justin Haythe
«Slumdog Millionaire» - Simon Baufoy

Beste cinematografi:

«Changeling» - Tom Stern
«The Curious Case of Benjamin Button» - Claudio Miranda
«The Dark Knight» - Wally Pfister
«The Reader» - Chris Menges og Roger Deakins
«Slumdog Millionaire» - Anthony Dod Mantle

Beste regi:

«Changeling» - Joel Cox og Gary D. Roach
«The Curious Case of Benjamin Button» - Kirk Baxter og Angus Wall
«The Dark Knight» - Lee Smith
«Frost/Nixon» - Mike Hill og Dan Hanley
«In Bruges» - Jon Gregory
«Slumdog Millionaire» - Chris Dickens

http://www1.vg.no/film/artikkel.php?artid=536526
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