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'All quiet on the front' meets expectations and sweeps



He started as a favorite and has fulfilled what was expected. the german tape ‘No news at the front’ (‘All Quiet on the Western Front’, in original version) swept the 2023 Bafta Awards gala. The anti-war film that immerses the viewer in the conflict and cruelty of the First World War is took six awardsincluding the most coveted, that of best film.

The most relevant British film awards awarded to the film directed by Edward Berger and which can be seen on Netflix, a adaptation of the 1929 novel about World War I, where loneliness and cruelty are protagonists. In addition to winning the Bafta best filmwas also made with those of Best Foreign Language Film, Best Adapted Screenplay, Best Soundtrack, Best Sound, and Best Cinematography.

But it was not the only story that emerged victorious from the contest. As has happened in the awards already held this season, the film has also been very well received ‘Elvis‘ and, especially, its protagonist, the actor aston butlerwho gives life to the king of rock and who won faces like those of Colin Farrel (‘The Banshees of Inisherin’,’Almas en banshees de Inisherin’), as well as brendan fraser (‘The Whale’). The film took a total of four golden masksamong which were those with the best casting and best costumes.

As for the female interpretation, the British begin to mark the line that could be followed in the most important prizes of the seventh art, the Oscars, and the Academy cleared up the doubts about who deserved recognition as best leading actress. The Baftas crowned the Australian Cate Blanchett for her masterful role in ‘TÁR’.

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For his part, ‘Banshees by Inisherin‘ did triumph in the category of interpretations of distribution. So much Kerry Condom as barry keoghan They won the awards for best supporting actress and actor. A film that, in turn, won the best original screenplayas well as that of best english film

Finally, among debutants and novices, the british academy awarded as best British director, writer or producer to Charlotte Wellsby ‘aftersun‘ already Emma MacKey as best emerging actress for his role in ‘Emily‘, the biopic about the author Emily Brontë.

It wasn’t a good night, however, for dramedy’Everything at once everywhere‘ (‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’, in the original version), which despite having 10 nominations, only achieved the best editionwithout achieving the result it obtained at the Golden Globes, which awarded its leading actress and supporting actress.

Shared Netflix accounts sneak into the Bafta awards

The Royal Festival Hall also delved into one of the hottest topics in the audiovisual industry, how Netflix has decided to ban shared accounts. Actress nominated for Best Supporting Actress Jamie Lee Curtis was in charge of criticizing him. pulling humorthe American assured that “all members of the industry” share an account.

Full list of winners of the Bafta Awards 2023

  • Best film: ‘No news on the front’ (‘All Quiet on the Western Front’).
  • best director: Edward Berger, for ‘All Quiet on the Western Front’.
  • best Actor: Austin Butler, for ‘Elvis’.
  • Best actress: Cate Blanchett, for ‘Tár’.
  • Best Supporting Actress: Kerry Condon, for ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’.
  • Best Supporting Actor: Barry Keoghan, for ‘The Banshees of Inisherin’.
  • Best Emerging Actor/Actress: Emma Mackey, for ‘Emily’.
  • Best Foreign Language Film: ‘No news on the front’ (‘All Quiet on the Western Front’).
  • Best Original Screenplay: ‘Souls in pain of Inisherin’ (‘The Banshees of Inisherin’).
  • Best Adapted Screenplay: ‘No news on the front’ (‘All Quiet on the Western Front’).
  • Best Debut by a British Director, Writer or Producer: Charlotte Wells, for ‘Aftersun’.
  • best english film: ‘Souls in pain of Inisherin’ (‘The Banshees of Inisherin’).
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  • best documentary: ‘Navalny’.
  • best casting: ‘Elvis’.
  • best photography: ‘No news on the front’ (‘All Quiet on the Western Front’).
  • Best Costume Design: ‘Elvis’.
  • best editing: ‘Everything at once everywhere’ (‘Everything Everywhere All At Once’).
  • best makeup: ‘Elvis’.
  • best animated film: ‘Pinocchio by Guillermo del Toro’.

  • best soundtrack: ‘No news on the front’ (‘All Quiet on the Western Front’).
  • Best Production Design: ‘Babylon’.
  • better sound: ‘No news on the front’ (‘All Quiet on the Western Front’).
  • best special effects: ‘Avatar: The Way of Water’.
  • Best British Animated Short: ‘The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse’.
  • Best British Short: ‘An Irish Goodbye’.
  • honorary bafta: Sandy Powell.