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  1. 'The Artist' Earns BAFTA Nominations for Best Costume, Hair and Makeup

    2:07 pm 1/17/2012

    The newcomers sneak into the BAFTA race for both categories, but face heavy competition from established nominees.Read more

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  2. Meryl Streep Says Her BAFTA Nomination Is for Everyone on 'The Iron Lady'

    7:14 am 1/17/2012

    UPDATED: "Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy" producer Tim Bevan hails British flavor of BAFTA's nomination list as a recognition of U.K. filmmaking culture.Read more

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  3. BAFTA 2012 Nominations: 'The Artist,' 'Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy,' 'Hugo' Lead All Categories

    10:44 pm 1/16/2012

    The Orange British Academy Film Awards are scheduled for Sunday, Feb. 12 at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden.Read more

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  4. BAFTA Los Angeles' Britannia Awards Honor Ben Stiller, Helena Bonham Carter

    11:21 am 12/1/2011

    There were plenty of laughs at the 19th annual event on Wednesday, with Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Robert Downey Jr. and a giant stuffed giraffe all in attendance.Read more

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  5. Morag McKinnon’s 'Donkeys' Wins BAFTA Scotland Best Film Nod

    7:49 am 11/14/2011

    James Cosmo picks up best actor at Sunday evening ceremony in Glasgow, Scotland.Read more

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  6. Kate Middleton, Prince William to Attend BAFTA Event in L.A.

    4:59 am 6/15/2011

    BAFTA L.A. chairman Nigel Lythgoe calls the black-tie "Brits to Watch" event, to be held July 9 at the Belasco Theater, “very special.”Read more

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  7. Peter Bennett-Jones to Get BAFTA Honor

    4:35 am 5/19/2011

    Agent and producer and founder of Tiger Aspect Productions to be handed a special award in recognition of his services to comedy.Read more

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  8. Tom Hooper: The Thrill of Victory, the Agony of Defeat

    6:15 pm 2/14/2011

    Director Tom Hooper's face reveals his triumph over seven BAFTAs for "The King's Speech" -- and also the pain of his loss to David Fincher. So which one will win the best directing Oscar?Read more

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  9. 'The King's Speech' Nearly Sweeps the BAFTAs (Updated)

    1:38 pm 2/13/2011

    "Black Swan's" Natalie Portman is named best actress while Colin Firth takes best actor for "Speech," which also wins in five more categories, including best film.Read more

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