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Bafta 2021: “Nomadland” triumphs, Anthony Hopkins crowned best actor

2021-04-11T21:40:57.948Z

Two weeks before the Oscars, Chloé Zhao's film “Nomadland” triumphed this Sunday at the British Cinema Awards ceremony,



The Bafta ceremony, the British cinema awards, took place this Sunday evening in the prestigious auditorium of the Royal Albert Hall.

Organized without an audience due to the Covid-19 pandemic, the event took place in national mourning in the United Kingdom after the death of Prince Philip on Friday.

A hymn to the glory of modern hippies traveling the United States,

“Nomadland”

has triumphed.

He won four awards: best director (Chloé Zhao), best film, best actress (American Frances McDormand) and best photography.

Already awarded at the Golden Globes at the end of February and the first woman to have obtained four Oscar nominations in the same year, the 39-year-old independent filmmaker paid tribute to "the nomadic community that has so generously welcomed us into her life, she shared with us. his dreams, his struggles ”.

American

Frances McDormand

was crowned best actress for her role in "Nomadland".

Thanks to her interpretation of a nomadic woman in the United States, the 63-year-old actress notably beat Vanessa Kirby ("Pieces of a Woman"), whom she will face again in the best actress category at the Oscars.

Frances McDormand does it again as she wins the BAFTA for Leading Actress for her performance in @Nomadlandfilm 🏆 #EEBAFTAs @EE pic.twitter.com/H2AHGfs6FI

- BAFTA (@BAFTA) April 11, 2021

Anthony Hopkins

took home the award for best actor for his portrayal of an old man falling into dementia in

"The Father", by Frenchman Florian Zeller.

The Welsh-born and naturalized American comedian blew the prize to Mads Mikkelsen, Tahar Rahim, Riz Ahmed, Adarsh ​​Gourav and Chadwick Boseman.

After the ceremony, the 83-year-old actor, joined in Wales where he is now, told reporters he was "proud" to be part of this "powerful film".

Winning this award "is a bonus," said this legendary filmmaker who could do it again at the Oscars.

“Promising Young Woman”

by Emerald Fennell (who plays Camilla Parker-Bowles in “The Crown”) was named Best British Film and Best Original Screenplay.

In this dark comedy, Carey Mulligan uses unorthodox methods to wage war against the patriarchy.

The film

"Another round"

was crowned best film in a foreign language.

Signed Thomas Vinterberg, "Drunk" (the French title) features four slightly depressed high school teachers who decide to put into practice the theory of a Norwegian psychologist: by maintaining his alcohol level at 0.5 g per liter of blood, the man would see his life markedly improved.

The results quickly turn out to be conclusive: drunk, the four friends are more inspired at work and more relaxed at home.

But when they increase their alcohol consumption even more, their existence goes astray.

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"The Father"

, French director Florian Zeller's first film, received the prize for best adapted screenplay.

Adapted from the play of the same name, it was shot in London.

“It has been a real honor to work in your country, which is truly a country of theater,” reacted Florian Zeller.

"I am French but in my heart I feel English", he added, speaking in a tuxedo, although in videoconference.

Huge congratulations to Florian Zeller and Christopher Hampton as poignant drama The Father takes the BAFTA for Adapted Screenplay 👏 #EEBAFTAs pic.twitter.com/F0z2vxHvQy

- BAFTA (@BAFTA) April 11, 2021

“Soul”

from Pixar Studios was named Best Animated Feature.

It tells the story of a jazzman professor of piano who, propelled into the beyond, will have to train "22", a soul which has never succeeded in incarnating itself in an earthly body, because it does not exist. 'interested in nothing.

Ang Lee honored

The Bafta for Best Supporting Actress went to South Korean

Youn Yuh-jung

, 73, for “Minari,” which tells the story of an American family of South Korean descent in search of a new one. country life.

🙌 Congrats to Yuh-Jung Youn, who stole our hearts in @MinariMovie and takes the BAFTA for Supporting Actress at tonight's #EEBAFTAs pic.twitter.com/NRtX1MadBH

- BAFTA (@BAFTA) April 11, 2021

The Briton

Daniel Kaluuya

, 32, received the award for best supporting actor for his portrayal of Fred Hampton, young leader of the revolutionary black movement Black Panther, in the film "Judas and the Black Messiah".

"I'm just here chilling" 😎 Daniel Kaluuya accepts the BAFTA for Supporting Actor for his powerful performance in Judas and the Black Messiah @JATBMFilm 🏆 #EEBAFTAs @EE pic.twitter.com/eprnAe5EcU

- BAFTA (@BAFTA) April 11, 2021

The “Rising Star” award went to

Bukky Bakray

for “Rocks”, which

celebrates

a group of teenage girls from various origins making their first steps in cinema.

She plays a 15-year-old girl abandoned by her mother who tries to get by with her younger brother, supported by her friends.

This is the very first role of this young girl with dual British and Nigerian nationality, who had been spotted in her acting class.

Cries of joy rang out at the actress' home at the announcement.

"Thank you my God, thank you to my parents," responded the actress.

Now THAT'S a winning reaction!

Bukky Bakray (@BBUKKX) accepts the #EERisingStar Award for her role in @RocksTheFilm 🏆 #EEBAFTAs @EE pic.twitter.com/YX4hOVAHMo

- BAFTA (@BAFTA) April 11, 2021

This award is a consolation for this film which had accumulated seven nominations, as many as “Nomadland”.

But his status as an underdog favorite was quite a symbol for awards criticized for their lack of diversity.

The 2020 nominations did not feature any non-white actors in the four main categories and no female director was selected, prompting the organization to add a round of voting in an effort to achieve greater diversity in its selection.

Director

Ang Lee

("Reason and Feelings", "Tiger and Dragon", "The Odyssey of Pi") received the Bafta Academy Fellowship, the highest distinction of the Bafta, rewarding all of his work.

Source: leparis

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