everything you missed at last night’s baftas
Timothée Chalamet! Ill-advised jokes! Gay rights!
why olivia colman deserves every award under the sun
Gentle, funny, smart, self-deprecating -- Olivia Colman’s un-starry and disarming interview style might seem like the best Oscar campaign Hollywood could buy, if she had not so clearly always been this way.
everything you missed at the baftas last night
The protests, the outfits, Timothée Chalamet winning everyone over for the 83rd time this year -- here’s everything you need to know to hold your own at the water cooler today.
ken loach delivers searing attack on uk government at the BAFTAs
The I, Daniel Blake director used his acceptance speech for Best British Film to speak out against the “callousness and brutality” of the UK government, following the decision to end its child refugee programme last week.
american honey nominated for outstanding british film at this year's baftas
The Sasha Lane starring flick joins Moonlight and I, Daniel Blake in a series of nominations that celebrate the role of the outsider in cinema.
the baftas just took a big step forward for film diversity
British Oscars so white, but they're doing something about it.
bafta is shaking up its member voting privileges too
After #OscarsSoWhite and the Academy’s review of membership, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts LA chapter is rethinking its own roll.
the alternative award ceremony awards
#OscarsSoWhite was only the half of it. The 2016 awards season has to go down as history’s most controversial, powered by the deathless echo chamber of social media outrage. As it splutters to a close, we celebrate the people who outshone all others in...
carol, amy and the danish girl receive bafta film award nominations
Cate Blanchett, Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander are among the actors in contention.
the 15 things we learned from a night at the baftas
Behind the scenes at the British film industry’s annual awards ceremony.
who won what at the baftas?
Eddie Redmayne, Julianne Moore, Boyhood and The Grand Budapest Hotel win big.
wes anderson’s the grand budapest hotel leads bafta nominations
The Theory of Everything, The Imitation Game and Birdman are also award favourites.