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19 January 2006  |  Written by   

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It's BAFTA time again and Fernando Meirelles' The Constant Gardener is following up on its British Independent Film Awards success with 10 nominations including Best Film, Best British Film and Best Director. Golden Globe winner Brokeback Mountain and Paul Haggis’ multi-focus drama Crash have notched up nine noms each, with Memoirs Of A Geisha, Good Night And Good Luck and Pride And Prejudice scoring six. The hotly tipped Capote biopic gets five, including Best Actor in a Leading Role for Golden Globe winner Philip Seymour Hoffman.

The full list of nominees are below, and click here for Empire's discussion of the nominees:

Best Film

BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN
CAPOTE
THE CONSTANT GARDENER
CRASH
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK

The Alexander Korda Award for the Outstanding British Film of the Year
A COCK & BULL STORY
THE CONSTANT GARDENER
FESTIVAL
PRIDE & PREJUDICE 
WALLACE & GROMIT: THE CURSE OF THE WERE-RABBIT

The Carl Foreman Award for Special Achievement by a British Director, Writer or Producer in their First Feature Film
DAVID BELTON (Producer) – Shooting Dogs
PETER FUDAKOWSKI (Producer) – Tsotsi
ANNIE GRIFFIN (Director/Writer) – Festival
RICHARD HAWKINS (Director) – Everything
JOE WRIGHT (Director) – Pride & Prejudice

The David Lean Award for Achievement in Direction
BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN – Ang Lee
CAPOTE – Bennett Miller
THE CONSTANT GARDENER - Fernando Meirelles
CRASH – Paul Haggis
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK – George Clooney

Actor In A Leading Role
DAVID STRATHAIRN – Good Night, And Good Luck
HEATH LEDGER – Brokeback Mountain
JOAQUIN PHOENIX – Walk the Line
PHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN – Capote
RALPH FIENNES – The Constant Gardener

Actress In A Leading Role
CHARLIZE THERON – North Country
JUDI DENCH – Mrs. Henderson Presents
RACHEL WEISZ – The Constant Gardener
REESE WITHERSPOON – Walk the Line
ZIYI ZHANG – Memoirs of a Geisha

Actor In A Supporting Role
DON CHEADLE – Crash
GEORGE CLOONEY – Good Night, And Good Luck
GEORGE CLOONEY – Syriana
JAKE GYLLENHAAL – Brokeback Mountain
MATT DILLON – Crash

Actress In A Supporting Role
BRENDA BLETHYN – Pride & Prejudice
CATHERINE KEENER – Capote
FRANCES McDORMAND – North Country
MICHELLE WILLIAMS – Brokeback Mountain
THANDIE NEWTON – Crash

Original Screenplay
CINDERELLA MAN – Cliff Hollingsworth/Akiva Goldsman
CRASH - Paul Haggis/Bobby Moresco
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK – George Clooney/Grant Heslov
HOTEL RWANDA – Keir Pearson/Terry George
MRS. HENDERSON PRESENTS – Martin Sherman

Adapted Screenplay
BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN – Larry McMurtry/Diana Ossana
CAPOTE – Dan Futterman
THE CONSTANT GARDENER - Jeffrey Caine
A HISTORY OF VIOLENCE – Josh Olson
PRIDE & PREJUDICE – Deborah Moggach

Film Not In The English Language
DE BATTRE MON COEUR S’EST ARRÊTÉ (The Beat That My Heart Skipped)
LE GRAND VOYAGE
KUNG FU HUSTLE
JOYEUX NOËL
TSOTSI

The Anthony Asquith Award for Achievement in Film Music
BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN – Gustavo Santaolalla
THE CONSTANT GARDENER – Alberto Iglesias
MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA – John Williams
MRS. HENDERSON PRESENTS – George Fenton
WALK THE LINE – T Bone Burnett

Cinematography
BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN – Rodrigo Prieto
THE CONSTANT GARDENER – César Charlone
CRASH – J Michael Muro
MARCH OF THE PENGUINS – Laurent Chalet/Jerôme Maison
MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA – Dion Beebe

Editing
BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN – Geraldine Peroni/Dylan Tichenor
THE CONSTANT GARDENER – Claire Simpson
CRASH – Hughes Winborne
GOOD NIGHT, AND GOOD LUCK – Stephen Mirrione
MARCH OF THE PENGUINS – Sabine Emiliani

Production Design
BATMAN BEGINS – Nathan Crowley
CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY – Alex McDowell
HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE – Stuart Craig
KING KONG – Grant Major
MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA – John Myhre

Costume Design
CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY – Gabriella Pescucci
THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE – Isis Mussenden
MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA – Colleen Atwood
MRS. HENDERSON PRESENTS – Sandy Powell
PRIDE & PREJUDICE – Jacqueline Durran

Sound
BATMAN BEGINS – David G Evans/Stefan Henrix/Peter Lindsay
THE CONSTANT GARDENER – Joakim Sundström/Stuart Wilson
CRASH – Richard Van Dyke/Sandy Gendler
KING KONG – Hammond Peek/Christopher Boyes/Mike Hopkins/ Ethan Van der Ryn
WALK THE LINE – Paul Massey/D M Hemphill/Peter F Kurland/Donald Sylvester

Achievement In Special Visual Effects
BATMAN BEGINS – Janek Sirrs/Dan Glass/Chris Corbould
CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY – Nick Davis/John Thum/Chaz Jarrett/Joss Williams
THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE – Dean Wright/Bill Westenhofer/
Jim Berney/Scott Farrar
HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE – Jim Mitchell/John Richardson
KING KONG – Joe Letteri/Christian Rivers/Brian Van’t Hul/Richard Taylor

Make Up & Hair
CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY – Peter Owen/Ivana Primorac
THE CHRONICLES OF NARNIA: THE LION, THE WITCH AND THE WARDROBE – Howard Berger/Gregory Nicotero/
Nikki Gooley
HARRY POTTER AND THE GOBLET OF FIRE – Nick Dudman/Amanda Knight/Eithne Fennell
MEMOIRS OF A GEISHA – Noriko Watanabe/Kate Biscoe/Lyndell Quiyou/Kelvin R Trahan
PRIDE & PREJUDICE – Fae Hammond

Short Animation Film
FALLEN ART – Jarek Sawko/Piotr Sikora/Tomek Baginski
FILM NOIR – Osbert Parker
KAMIYA’S CORRESPONDENCE – Sumito Sakakibara
THE MYSTERIOUS GEOGRAPHIC EXPLORATIONS OF JASPER MORELLO – Anthony Lucas/Julia Lucas/Mark Shirrefs
RABBIT – Run Wrake

Short Film
ANTONIO’S BREAKFAST – Howard Stogdon/Amber Templemore-Finlayson/Daniel Mulloy
CALL REGISTER – Kit Hawkins/Adam Tudhope/Ed Roe
HEAVY METAL DRUMMER – Amanda Boyle/Luke Morris/Toby MacDonald
HEYDAR, AN AFGHAN IN TEHRAN – H Assadian/Babek Jalali
LUCKY – Bex Hopkins/Avie Luthra


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Master Yoda
I have always prefered British people vs yanks but hey doesn't Star Wars new trilogy feel more British with the lead actor in the last 3 films a brit, I am VERY disapointed that ROTS hadn't any nomination. More

Posted by Maste Yoda at 08:35 on 23 January 2006 | Report This Post

what went wrong
Wats wrong witht the film awards nowadays, its all so predictable. The films that win are glossy hollywood productions with seasoned directors and a excellent cast. Why can't movies like sin city, me you and everyone we know with originality and lets face is some fucking balls ever win.The awards don't reflect the best in film-making at all. They represent the best in a very small percentage of films made and there all quite frankly a bit shit there the same ideas pedalled outcauntless times wi More

Posted by harmonica32 at 20:19 on 22 January 2006 | Report This Post

peter jackson
how come peter jackson doesn't get nomminated for best director for king kong? he's so good!! More

Posted by kitcat at 15:42 on 22 January 2006 | Report This Post

RE: poor crap baftas
If nominating Producers and Studios can't follow the rules it shouldn't be up to BAFTA to chase them down. This wouldn't be fair to the other films whose studios have made the effort to ensure the screeners were available. You can bet the American Academy voters wouldn't be sweating it if they didn't have particular films to watch.   Awards nominations are not a right, if the studios don't want them it's up to them. More

Posted by doubleshiny at 14:58 on 21 January 2006 | Report This Post

RE: Crash - finally!
Pretty rightly so that The Constant Gardner gets a lot of nominations, totally brilliant movie. I hope that Fiennes wins the award, the man deserves it More

Posted by TheGodfather at 12:02 on 21 January 2006 | Report This Post

Well, Loz
I haven't seen Domino yet. I have seen Sin City and I think it's more for a cult audience. On the other hand, I also suffered through The Island which is no more than good actors, an interesting (but ripped-off) concept and maybe the most inept directing since, well, Batman and Robin. I wonder if Michael Bay could direct his ass to the toilet without cutting to close ups, wide shots, mediums and back to close ups (all of it with a moving camera) every two frames or so... More

Posted by moviemaniac-7 at 09:18 on 21 January 2006 | Report This Post

help
it's a brill list but what happened to films like Domino, The Island and Sin City. And what happened to Keia Knightley for actress in lead role she blew my head away as Lizzy Bennet. And Mathew Macfayden in Pride And Prejudice he was a exelent Darcy. we finally have some good films and you forget them what happened to democracy. More

Posted by Loz at 18:53 on 20 January 2006 | Report This Post

Scandal!
What a load of old tat! Where's the Star Wars nominations? I mean obviously ROTS is not going to be up for the best actor/actress awards but I had hoped that Ian McDiarmid (being English) would get a nod for best supporting actor. But the biggest farce of all is that Episode III didn't get a nomination for Best Score, Best Visual Effects, Best Costume Design, Best Hair and Make and Best Sound. But then I remember that Star Wars is the award wining equivalent of a lepper colony. More

Posted by tpeppard at 16:02 on 20 January 2006 | Report This Post

I read somewhere the other day that Munich missed out on nominations because the studio sent out screeners , but left them locked as Region 1! I reckon the film had a decent chance, but for a really silly mistake. More

Posted by Najemikon at 14:29 on 20 January 2006 | Report This Post

BAFTAs
What the hell is everyone complaining about i think that this years nminations are brilliant. im well happpy that crash and the constant gardener got nominations in every main category, they are truly the most wonderful, original, fresh and unique films of the year. I would of liked to have seen munich in the nominations because it is incredible and Spielberg's best for years. looking forward to the ceremony More

Posted by scottyjamison313 at 09:55 on 20 January 2006 | Report This Post

Typical
BAFTA's doing the usual of acknowledging anything decent done by a Birt this year, nothing wrong with that either though. But like my firends say, some strange ones in there too, with some odd omissions. More

Posted by theram05 at 09:26 on 20 January 2006 | Report This Post

poor crap baftas
i agree why do the sci fi/ or fantasy films apart from ROTK always get left out, Sin City, Batman and War of the Worlds all deserve nods for something. Dont get me wrong Brokeback is a great film but i dont think it deserves the praise its getting. Gyllenhaal is better in Jarhead than Brokeback oh no but because Brokebacks a better film they have to give a nomination for that performance. Like Forrest Gump it was a first of its kind and F.Gump got all the oscars 10 years on most agree its ridicu More

Posted by doncopey1 at 21:13 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

[Oh. My. God.]
What the hell is wrong with the awards ceremonies!? Why do people even bother with it? It's not like the best films ever win when they should. ROTK being the only one of the trilogy to win best film for instance- and that was only because of public pressure when the first two were virtually ignored! I've just been reading the Golden Globe winner's list too, Totally agree with everyone who's been complaining at the lack of sci-fi/fantasy films. Apparently, you don't need to act or have any skill More

Posted by -skaster- at 21:03 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

How is it that the BRITISH acadamy has nominated films that have yet to see a UK release? More

Posted by Doctor Steve at 20:20 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Yawn!!!!!
An appalling list, once again snubbing anything sci-fi/fantasy (i.e.t the most popular genres). The films over the past year I liked best were Revenge of the Sith (not even technical noms - that's insulting), Batman Begins (heaven forbid they should nominate Christian Bale for playing, gasp, a superhero - do they think that requires little skill or effort?), War of the Worlds, King Kong, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sin City, Cinderella Man (only the writer of Batman & Robin gets a nom More

Posted by Wormie at 19:29 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

The Constant Gardener
I love this movie. It has everything a great movie should have. My favourite for 2005 and I'm glad that it's well represented in the list above! More

Posted by moviemaniac-7 at 18:34 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

rubbish
too many great films are missed out this year, how could peter jackon only get one nom for bleedin' production design? what about watts performance? and sin city? munich? hope brokeback sweeps them as it should, and am thrilled to see star wars left out. us brits finally got some class.... More

Posted by jodiefoley at 17:55 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Wallace & Gromit!
YAY! Best British Film! YAY YAY! More

Posted by Bubbles De Vere at 16:45 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

SIN CITY? More

Posted by wdruck at 16:32 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Revenge of the Sith has got nothing!
Not even best Visual Effects! What the hell is that about? the BAFTAS are a load of crap! More

Posted by The_Empathy_Tree at 16:19 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

RE: SHITE
yeah, after reading the Munich DVD debacle, i would have been really surprised to see it on the list.  it almost would have been morbidly funny to see it nominated when no one had even screened it.   as an american, i dont think the BAFTAS 'kiss our ass'.  That would be the Golden Globes.  The Hollywood Foreign Press kisses our ass.     More

Posted by anghus at 14:54 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

SHITE
I Thought the nominations were poor myself it just shows that people who choose the nominations dont actually look at the performances but only how good the film is. Thandie Newton nominated a farce, Matt Dillon nominated my fucking arse he was betta dan Jamie Foxx and Peter Saargaard in Jarhead and Don Cheadle for that matter. Crash as a film deserves credit but the acting was nothing special just because Jarhead got tepid reviews they dont give any of the actors credit. A load of shite if u a More

Posted by doncopey1 at 13:56 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Crash - finally!
Great to see Crash finally get deserved recognition - especially Thandie Newton! More

Posted by solosblaster at 13:47 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Special Effects!
The effects in Narnia were so special they belonged in a "special school" c'mon it was a hallmark movie at best! wheres the nod for the outstanding work on War of the Worlds, or even Star Wars ok some were a bit naff but there were so many that a great deal were excellent. And lets not forget Nightwatch! miles better than Narnia, dear god I think Im going to cry. More

Posted by tokemyers at 13:45 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Special Effects!
The effects in Narnia were so special they belonged in a "special school" c'mon it was a hallmark movie at best! wheres the nod for the outstanding work on War of the Worlds, or even Star Wars ok some were a bit naff but there were so many that a great deal were excellent. And lets not forget Nightwatch! miles better than Narnia, dear god I think Im going to cry. More

Posted by tokemyers at 13:45 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Special Effects!
More

Posted by tokemyers at 13:41 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Brokeback?
Will it do as well as at The Globes? Chances are that it will. I'd like to see Crash get some recognition at last. More

Posted by jpt1976 at 13:27 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

who decided Gyllenhaal was in a SUPPORTING role?
Him and Ledger were on screen as often as each other. Their stories held equal weight. And, in my opinion, Jake was the more convincing and, ultimately, has shown himself to be a versatile actor. Heath's role may have been a different choice for him, but that didnt mean he was "outstanding". anyone agree??!!! More

Posted by cali4nia04 at 13:20 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Munich Mess-Up
For those wondering why Munich isn't on the list, it's because there was a fowl up with the preveiw dvd's that went out to all BAFTA members. Although the specially coded dvd players required to watch it were also sent out to members, those players were all region 2 and the Munich disk was region 1 - hence no-one could veiw the movie before the nomination deadline. Silly Speilberg More

Posted by tonguestubble at 12:15 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Release dates?
I don't understand how films can be nominated when they haven't even been released here yet. I always thought that in order to get nominated, they had to be released prior to the nominations in order to qualify. This was why many studios rush released their films. Films such as Syriana and Capote, haven't opned yet. A Cock & Bull Story only opens tomorrow. I still think that there is too much national nepotism involved in the BAFTA nominations, and nominations still go to those considered a More

Posted by surfprof at 12:11 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

I reckon Brokeback Mountain will pick up most of the awards. A good mix of nominations too. Were-Rabbit will hopefully pick up some awards too! Suprised there's no Munich or more Kong though, More

Posted by i007_Bond_007i at 12:10 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Release dates?
I don't understand how films can be nominated when they haven't even been released here yet. I always thought that in order to get nominated, they had to be released prior to the nominations in order to qualify. This was why many studios rush released their films. Films such as Syriana and Capote, haven't opned yet. A Cock & Bull Story only opens tomorrow. I still think that there is too much national nepotism involved in the BAFTA nominations, and nominations still go to those considered a More

Posted by surfprof at 12:10 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

BAFTA HATE ILM?
The two films with the best effects of the year - Sith and War of the Worlds are completely ignored, whilst Kong which has some appalling effects get nominated, as well as Narnia which also has some pretty ropey scenes. Well the only conclusion I can come to is that they hate ILM and still havent got their tongue out of  Peter Jackson's arse with these noms for WETA's dodgy work  It boggles the mind. More

Posted by TUCK PENDLETON at 11:16 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Agree!
Great turn out! No Scarlett! No Keira! Don! Jake! Woohoo! Brokeback Mountain to win, please. More

Posted by Empitomezzo at 10:55 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Million dollar baby
Million dollar baby was ignored last year and has been ignored again. stupid bafta. and what about Munich. More

Posted by jules_l_jackson at 10:54 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Million dollar baby
Million dollar baby was ignored last year and has been ignored again. stupid bafta. and what about Munich. More

Posted by jules_l_jackson at 10:54 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Serenity
There needed to be some recognition, the graphics at least, better than a certain saga ending film! More

Posted by Ethanial at 10:42 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

FX in batman begins ranged from subtle to terrible
The effects of the fear serum were woeful. A rare occasion when CG could have been used to dazzle, terrify and weave into the story and instead we got something that looked like it belonged in the Queen's Nose (CBBC thing). Narnia also whiffed. To snub Sith in the FX categories is ridiculous. Hundreds of the FX in Sith will have been totally unnoticed by the average viewer. It's more a snub against the actual film, rather than the FX.   Also, suprised to see no Walk the Line in best pi More

Posted by jasperjones at 10:25 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

batman begins effects are quite extraordinary!
Batman Begins had more subtle effects than Star Wars (which were a bit video game like). Most effects on Batman Begins were invisible (which is much harder to accomplish), so I guess the question lies on what do you consider a better special effect: stunning, beautiful in your face (SW) or subtle story driven effects (BB)? I prefer the latter. More

Posted by mvannierop at 10:06 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

hi you crazy kids, I have to say something that will probably hack a lot of people off but, BROKEBACK MOUNTAIN is NOT, I repeat NOT a good film. Call me cynical but this film has been made for one reason only and that is to win awards, and guess what, its doing exactly what it says on the tin ! Lets look at the facts, its been released just before the award season,its directed by Ang Lee ( lovely name, knows how to frame a lovely film) it stars Jake Gyllenhaal (Hollywoods answer to Golden Syr More

Posted by Happy Shrapnel at 10:00 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

No Star Wars in Special Effects!
Bit surprised that Star Wars didn't get a special effects nomination. I know it's the BAFTAs but that didn't stop American films infiltrating every other category. It is laugable to suggest that Batman Begins had better effects. More

Posted by joshsavage at 09:38 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

To Be Expected...
No real big surprises then, although I'm chuffed to see Kung Fu Hustle in there for best foreign film. How the hell did Mrs Henderson get best costume - they're naked all the time! :) Maybe it's a sneaky way of them saying that they liked the look of Bob Hoskins' todger. More

Posted by V!nc3nt at 09:31 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

Brown Nose
Yet again sucking up to the Americans and nominating films that haven't even been released here yet... More

Posted by wombathog at 09:22 on 19 January 2006 | Report This Post

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