Bafta TV Awards Like the Oscars, the Baftas are the UK movie industry's top honor given to both British and international movie hits and in recent years has closely mimicked Hollywood (and vice versa), with some surprises.WIth the "long list" of favored British films announced in early January, the official Bafta nominee list follows a few short weeks later resulting in a feverish round of voting by the British Academy to see who will win the ultimate UK award for best movie, acting and direction.Meanwhile, keep it here for more information on presenters, special guests, and the complete list of winners at the 2018 Bafta Awards.Just up ahead, check out the complete list of 2018 nominees along with more about Britain's highest film award around the Web: • In answer to the American Academy Awards, BAFTA started out as the British Film Academy, which was founded in 1947 by a group of major players in the British film industry including actor Laurence Olivier and director David Lean.This year, official 2018 Bafta nominees were revealed on Tuesday, January 9 (see below).Now it's on to the big announcement of winners at the 2018 BAFTA Film Awards -- airing live from Royal Albert Hall in London on Sunday, February 18, 2018.cast members Emilia Clarke, Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Gwendoline Christie shared cell-phone photos with each other, while the show’s co-creator David Benioff chatted with Andy Samberg.Nearby, Samberg’s creative partner and frequent director Akiva Schaffer lamented that though he was seated at the same table as director and star—and inspiration for James Franco’s Golden Globe-winning performance—Tommy Wiseau, he didn’t grab a photo with him.
Hosting this year's ceremony will be smart funny lady and "Absolutely Fabulous" star Joanna Lumley.
Sam Rockwell, watching the awards show on a monitor as the engravers worked, cheered at Laura Dern’s win for Elisabeth Moss twirled around to show photographers her newly pressed trophy. For so much of my 27-year career, I never got to work with other women.
Brown that party sponsor Fiji was donating money to the A. I.’s directing workshop for women, Brown gamely grabbed a bottle and posed, sipping, for a picture.
“What has to happen is the system has to change,” she added.
“The truth is when we start taking this apart, it’s dangerous, it’s layered, and we’ve all been part of it for a very long time.