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The winners of the 2024 BAFTA awards

Vita gazette – Oppenheimer made his mark on the evening, which won the most awards, seven in all, followed by “Poor Creatures!” and “The Area of ​​Interest.”

BAFTA awards, known as Britain’s Oscars, found their winners. Oppenheimer made his mark at BAFTA, which is considered the harbinger of the Oscars, by winning awards in 7 categories.

This year’s winners of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards have been announced.

The winners of the 77th BAFTA Awards were announced at the ceremony held at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the capital of England.

Oppenheimer’s film, which had 13 nominations, won 7 awards at night, including “Best Film”. The film’s director, Christopher Nolan, was awarded the Best Director award, and its lead actor, Cillian Murphy, was awarded the Best Actor award.

Again, one of the stars names of the movie is Robert Downey Jr. He was also awarded the Best Supporting Actor award.

The movie “Oppenheimer” tells the story of American scientist Julius Robert Oppenheimer (Cillian Murphy) and his role in developing the atomic bomb during World War II. Physicist J. Robert Oppenheimer was made the scientific leader of the Manhattan Project during World War II. But he and his wife, Kitty (Emily Blunt), could never have imagined that this decision would have a massive impact on their lives and the entire world.

The movie “Oppenheimer”, written by Christopher Nolan, the film’s director, is based on the book “American Prometheus: The Triumph and Tragedy of J. Robert Oppenheimer” by Kai Bird and Martin Sherwin.

Poor Things, nominated in 11 categories, also won 5 awards.

Emma Stone, the leading lady in the film, received the Bafta Award for Best Actress.

The movie Poor Things tells the story of a young woman named Bella, who, although she died, was brought back to life by a scientist with a brain transplant.

Bella, a young woman, dies tragically. However, an extraordinary scientist, Dr. Godwin Baxter, brings him back to life by replacing his brain with a baby’s. Under Bexter’s protection, Bella embarks on a journey of self-discovery to discover the world around her. Meanwhile, his path crosses with Duncan Wedderburn, a skilled and unscrupulous lawyer, and the two embark on a crazy intercontinental adventure…

“The Zone of Interest”, directed by Jonathan Flazer, was awarded for best British film.

It tells the story of the camp’s commander, Rudolf Höss and his wife, Hedwig, who try to build an ideal life for their family next to the Auschwitz camp. Rudolf Höss, the commander of Auschwitz, and his wife Hedwig want to create the perfect life for their family. For this purpose, they make a house next to the camp perfect for themselves and live a dream life with their children and servants. However, their houses overlooking the walls of the death camp are between the train tracks and the gas chambers.

“20 Days in Mariupol”, about the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, won the award for best documentary.

Filmmaker Ken Loach and screenwriter Paul Laverty have posed at the Baftas with a sign calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.

The Bafta Awards are considered the precursors of the Oscars. The Oscars will find their winners on March 10th.

The 2024 BAFTA Award Winners:

Best film


Leading actress

Emma Stone – Poor Things

Leading actor

Cillian Murphy – Oppenheimer

Supporting actress

Da’Vine Joy Randolph – The Holdovers

Supporting actor

Robert Downey Jr – Oppenheimer


Oppenheimer – Christopher Nolan

EE Bafta Rising Star Award (voted for by the public)

Mia McKenna-Bruce

Outstanding British film

The Zone of Interest

Film not in the English language

The Zone of Interest

Animated film

The Boy and the Heron


20 Days In Mariupol

Original screenplay

Anatomy of a Fall

Adapted screenplay

American Fiction

Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer

Earth Mama

Original score


Make-up and hair

Poor Things

Costume design

Poor Things

Production design

Poor Things


The Zone of Interest






The Holdovers

Special visual effects

Poor Things

British short animation

Crab Day

British short film

Jellyfish and Lobster

Bafta Fellowship

Samantha Morton

Outstanding British contribution to cinema

June Givanni

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