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Oppenheimer trionfa ai BAFTA, seguito da Povere creature e La zona d'interesse

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- L'epico dramma biografico di Christopher Nolan ha portato a casa sette premi, raccogliendo consensi sia nelle categorie principali che in quelle tecniche

Oppenheimer trionfa ai BAFTA, seguito da Povere creature e La zona d'interesse
Il regista Christopher Nolan ritira uno dei suoi BAFTA per Oppenheimer

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BAFTA has finally learned to stop worrying and love Christopher Nolan. The British-US transplant, one of the industry’s most successful and respected directors, has finally achieved major awards-season success, with his near-billion-dollar-grossing biopic Oppenheimer [+leggi anche:
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winning seven awards. Cillian Murphy – just last week toplining the well-received Berlinale opener Small Things Like These [+leggi anche:
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– also garnered the Best Actor Award, trouncing Paul Giamatti in The Holdovers, who was regarded as his closest competitor. Maybe a Physics professor was always going to outsmart a Classics don.

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With Oppenheimer also a partial co-production with the UK, European cinema could also largely pat itself on the back, as Yorgos Lanthimos’s Poor Things [+leggi anche:
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and Jonathan Glazer’s The Zone of Interest [+leggi anche:
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proved popular, gaining five and three awards, respectively. Emma Stone’s Best Actress win potentially puts her in contention to win a second Academy Award (and maybe a far more richly deserved one than her La La Land win). In her speech, she saluted the film’s screenwriter, Tony McNamara, for gifting her the sickly humorous line: “I must go punch that baby.” Remarking on “the walls we construct in our lives which we choose not to look behind”, James Wilson, The Zone of Interest’s UK producer, poignantly commemorated the deaths of innocents “in Gaza or Yemen, [and] in Mariupol or in Israel”.

A surprise, rather than an upset, was a victory for Earth Mama, Savanah Leaf’s Film4-backed, Northern California-set realist drama, over How to Have Sex [+leggi anche:
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. Special guests at the Royal Festival Hall ceremony included Prince William, BAFTA’s president, and Sophie Ellis-Bextor, performing what else but “Murder on the Dancefloor”, inspired by its Saltburn [+leggi anche:
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-stirred revival in the charts; a nude Barry Keoghan proved unavailable. Somehow, the US-centric spectacle of “awards season” still has about a month to run, with the Oscars taking place on 10 March and surely more gongs for the European industry awaiting.

The full list of award winners is as follows:

Best Film
Oppenheimer [+leggi anche:
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- Christopher Nolan (USA/UK)

Outstanding British Film
The Zone of Interest [+leggi anche:
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- Jonathan Glazer (UK/Poland/USA)

Best Director
Christopher Nolan - Oppenheimer

Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer
Earth Mama - Savanah Leaf (UK/USA)

Best Film Not in the English Language
The Zone of Interest - Jonathan Glazer

Best Leading Actress
Emma Stone - Poor Things [+leggi anche:
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(Ireland/UK/USA)

Best Leading Actor
Cillian Murphy - Oppenheimer

Best Supporting Actress
Da’vine Joy Randolph - The Holdovers (USA)

Best Supporting Actor
Robert Downey Jr - Oppenheimer

Best Animated Film
The Boy and the Heron - Hayao Miyazaki (Japan)

Best Adapted Screenplay
Cord Jefferson - American Fiction (USA)

Best Original Screenplay
Justine Triet, Arthur Harari - Anatomy of a Fall [+leggi anche:
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(France)

Best Production Design
Shona Heath, James Price, Zsuzsa Mihalek - Poor Things

Best Original Score
Ludwig Göransson - Oppenheimer

Best Cinematography
Hoyte van Hoytema - Oppenheimer

Best Editing
Jennifer Lame - Oppenheimer

Best Casting
Susan Shopmaker - The Holdovers

Best Sound
Johnnie Burn, Tarn Willers - The Zone of Interest

Best Special Visual Effects
Simon Hughes - Poor Things

Best Make-up & Hair
Nadia Stacey, Mark Coulier, Josh Weston - Poor Things

Best Documentary
20 Days in Mariupol [+leggi anche:
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- Mstyslav Chernov (Ukraine)

Best Costume Design
Holly Waddington - Poor Things

Best British Short Film
Jellyfish and Lobster - Yasmin Afifi (UK)

Best British Short Animation
Crab Day - Ross Stringer (UK)

EE Rising Star
Mia McKenna-Bruce

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