Sunday, 13 February 2011

NEWS: BAFTA Winners - How Did Wild Bore Do?

BAFTA is finishing and so let's find out who won! Did Wild Bore do well? 

Well, they are always a pre-cursor to the Oscars, or so the British want to think, but you can see here what I thought would win and what I wanted to win. But here I'm not considering what I wanted to win, just my predictions. Let's see!

Best Supporting Actress

Helena Bonham Carter - King's Speech

Wild Bore said: Lesley Manville - Another Year

Best Supporting Actor

Geoffrey Rush - King's Speech

Wild Bore said: Pete Postlethwaite - The Town

Best Leading Actress:

Natalie Portman - Black Swan

Best Leading Actor:

Colin Firth - King's Speech

Best Animated Film

Toy Story 3

Film Not In English Language

The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo

Wild Bore said: Of Gods and Men

Best Adapted Screenplay

The Social Network - Aaron Sorkin

Best Original Screenplay

The King's Speech - David Seidler

Wild Bore said: The Kids Are All Right - Lisa Cholodenko, Stuart Blumberg

Best Director

The Social Network - David Fincher

Outstanding Debut

Four Lions - Chris Morris

Outstanding British Film

The King's Speech

Best Film

The King's Speech

Wild Bore said: The Social Network


Not bad. However, I think it's unfair King's Speech won Best Film and Outstanding British Film, Mike Leigh must be fuming - especially since his outrage earlier this week at the BFI. I honestly didn't think it would be that predictable and even in my predictions, I gave some elbow room for some random choices which was clearly too much room! If you're watching this on TV I hope you enjoy the pretty dresses because this must be completely unsurprising.

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