BAFTA Nominations: Watch the Live Stream

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A BAFTA Award

Hayley Squires and Will Poulter will be reading out the nominees early Wednesday morning in London.

With awards season in full swing and much of the film industry possibly still recovering from the last of the Golden Globe afterparties, on Wednesday (or still Tuesday in L.A.) it's the turn of the British Academy to step up to the stage. 

The BAFTA film award nominations are being revealed at 7.37 a.m. in London (11.37 p.m on the West Coast of the U.S.), with the announcement live-streamed on BAFTA's Facebook page. 

Hayley Squires, star of I, Daniel Blake (which won Ken Loach the BAFTA for outstanding British film in 2017) and Will Poulter, recently seen in Black Mirror: Bandersnatch, will be reading out the nominees.

One category is already known. The contenders for BAFTA's 2019 rising star award — the only honor voted for by the public — was announced earlier in in the month and includes Letitia Wright, Lakeith Stanfield and Barry Keoghan. 

The ceremony itself will take place just over a month later, on Feb. 10 at London's Royal Albert Hall, with Joanna Lumley on hosting duties for a second year running. 

Watch the live stream below.