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  1. BAFTA Awards: Which Winners Will Repeat at the Oscars - and Which Ones Won't? (Analysis)

    1:33 pm 2/16/2014

    THR's awards analyst explains why the most noteworthy result of the night was the loss of "12 Years a Slave" newcomer Lupita Nyong'o to "American Hustle" A-lister Jennifer Lawrence in the best supporting actress race. Read more

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  2. BAFTA Honoree Helen Mirren Thinks the Royal Family Must Approve of Her Performance in 'The Queen'

    1:23 pm 2/14/2014

    The Oscar-winning actress tells The Hollywood Reporter that receiving a BAFTA fellowship from Prince William is a sign she didn't mess up her portrayal of Queen Elizabeth II.Read more

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  3. BAFTA Awards: '12 Years a Slave' Wins Best Film

    4:05 am 2/14/2014

    The EE British Academy Film Awards played out at a glittering event hosted by Stephen Fry at the Royal Opera House, with top honors going to Helen Mirren and Peter Greenaway.Read more

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  4. BAFTA Movie Awards: Leonardo DiCaprio, David O. Russell, Oprah Winfrey to Attend

    5:55 am 2/13/2014

    Bradley Cooper, Christian Bale, Amy Adams, Tom Hanks and Sandra Bullock are also confirmed, but the awards show is criticized for neglecting British films.Read more

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  5. Prince William to Attend BAFTA’s Movie Awards

    8:04 am 2/5/2014

    The Duke of Cambridge will walk the red carpet and present Helen Mirren with her BAFTA Fellowship plaudit during the ceremony.Read more

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  6. Paul Greengrass To Deliver BAFTA Lecture

    3:19 am 2/5/2014

    The filmmaker will give the David Lean Lecture following in the footsteps of previous speakers Robert Altman, John Boorman, Oliver Stone, David Lynch and Pedro Almodovar.Read more

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  7. UPIE Nets 'Blackfish' Documentary for Multiple Territories

    5:37 am 1/30/2014

    U.K. banner Dogwoof inks the deal for the documentary to swim to screens across Asia, Italy, Portugal, Central and Eastern Europe, Africa, Scandinavia and Latin America.Read more

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  8. Brits Welcome Contenders of All Nationalities at BAFTA Tea

    4:52 pm 1/11/2014

    British contingents from "12 Years a Slave," "Blue Jasmine" and "Philomena," among others, were joined on Saturday afternoon by non-Brits including Alfonso Cuaron, Tom Hanks, Aaron Paul and Martin Scorsese.Read more

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  9. BAFTA: What the Nominees Are Saying

    6:49 am 1/8/2014

    David O. Russell calls the 10 nominations for "American Hustle" "mind-blowing," while Leonardo DiCaprio ("The Wolf of Wall Street"), Emma Thompson ("Saving Mr. Banks") and "Philomena" stars Judi Dench and Steve Coogan also share their thoughts on the honors announced Wednesday morning.Read more

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  10. BAFTA's Best British Movie Category Includes 'Gravity,' 'Rush' and 'Saving Mr. Banks'

    5:38 am 1/8/2014

    The categories include two U.K.-specific ones as the academy seeks to ensure that local achievements are honored.Read more

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