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Hello, welcome back. We are now inside the Royal Opera house in

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London's Covent Garden. The 2016 British Academy film awards are just

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coming to an end. Quite a mixed bag of results. Let's go through

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everything we know at the end of another star-studded night. Very

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good attendance on the red carpet a couple of hours ago. Jason Solomons

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has been watching the ceremony. Always fun to compare what you

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thought a few hours ago with what has been happening. No obvious

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winner, a couple of big wins for the Revenant. It seems to be pulling

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ahead. Leonardo DiCaprio winning Best actor for his role. Also

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winning Best Director. That has pulled ahead. Four awards. Mad Max

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also with four awards in the technical character is --

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categories. They are the films were the most awards. Great win for

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Leonardo DiCaprio, we felt it was his time. Probably means it is his

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Oscar time. After four five attempts, he may scoop the big one.

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We will find that many Oscars only a couple of weeks away. If we think

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about Best actress, that has been interesting. Cate Blanchett Mohammed

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Fatau editor certainly gave her the award for best outfit of the night.

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No doubt about that. She did not pick up the win. The big surprise of

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the night, Best actress. Very hard to call. Cate Blanchett winning on

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the red carpet, up against Matty Smith. The person who won middle,

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Brie Larson, for her role in the film Room. It is an Irish film. Her

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performance was superb. Fiercely protective mother, protecting her

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child from the outside world. Bringing him up on her own. I love

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the film, very pleased for bringing this new, in. To beat Matty Smith

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and Cate Blanchett, a big shock. She was not here, she did not fancy her

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chances, I think. She's filming King Kong in Australia. She was nominated

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in the Rising Star award. That went to a young man with a great future

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ahead of him. Very popular and confident on the red carpet. He was

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confident, the coolest man in the house, John Boyega, the young star

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of Star Wars. That is voted for by the public. Just showing his

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popularity. He gave the best acceptance speech, cool, gracious,

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dignified. He thanked all the people who brought him up, his agent, with

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him since 16. He looked great in attacks either, in thing at the

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diversity issue. -- tinting. Great to see BAFTA nominating this young

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talented black man. Everybody relieved and delighted for him. Such

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a charming man, terrific actor. Interesting you mentioned the

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diversity issue. So much criticism at the Oscars nominations.

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Unbelievable lack of diversity. It has been a debate in the run-up to

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the BAFTAs. You were able to watch the ceremony more closely than me.

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Rebel Wilson making some choice comments. The Australian comedic

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actress, said she had never been invited to the Oscars, because they

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are racist. She made a joke about Idris Elba, up for an award. A lot

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of people thought he would get that best supporting actor. In the end it

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went to Mark Rylance, for his performance in Bridge Of Spies, the

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Steven Spielberg film. Much beloved character actor is superb and the

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role. Fede thing we can say that is anti-diversity. A terrific role, he

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nailed it. Very pleased Mark Rylance won that. I predicted it, a superb

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supporting role. He brings different colour to that movie working

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alongside Tom Hanks as an accused Russian spy. Steven Spielberg was

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here tonight. We saw him on the red carpet. Mark Rylance, also nominated

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for the Oscars. That will be interesting. He is someone getting

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such a reputation in the UK, but his initial reputation is very much as

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eight superb theatre actor. He's had a blossoming with Wolf Hall, will

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that play into the academy's decision? He is liked? I think so.

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That was a terrific successful BBC America. Great success on the stage

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in New York. That is where he is now. Could not accept the award. I

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think he will make Los Angeles for the Oscars. Relative newcomer for

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the big screen. That works in his favour. We are not really knowing

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him, he's fresh. The trick of Bridge Of Spies, less is more, the less we

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see of him, the more you wish this character was more knowable. It is

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the BAFTAs, the British Academy Awards. They have two categories,

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best film, waiting to hear what has been chosen, but they have Best

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British film. Really striking year. Some cracking entries. Almost to the

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point, looking at the a few weeks ago, we thought some of those should

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be up for best film. We will go with Best British film before we bring

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you best film. Best British film, delighted to say that went to

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Brooklyn, wonderful tale, beautifully told by John Crowley, a

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young Irish girl leaving 1950s rural Ireland to set up a new life in

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1950s New York in Brooklyn. At a border house run by Julie Walters.

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Charming slow burner, big choice at the end. It has captured hearts.

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Best picture nomination at the Oscars. Deservedly winning Best

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British film. Beautifully written by Nick Hornby. Well pleased for that

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one. It stood head and shoulders with the big hitters. Best film.

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Maybe could not cope with the best film, may I reveal it? It is a clue.

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Everyone is filtering out. As we thought. It is The Revenant. Finally

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it has won. Best picture at the BAFTAs. That means the director

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winning Best Director, that is the big one to beat. The success of the

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Oscars season. Leonardo DiCaprio left for dead, after being famously

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mauled by a bear in the woods. Coming back to wreak revenge on

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those who left him behind. A tale of injuries with Leonardo DiCaprio

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crawling through deep valleys, snow, eating raw fish, liver, growing a

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long beard. Sheltering in a horse-macro. Extraordinary long

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movie. -- sheltering in a horse. As spectacular as the Canadian scenery

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is, it is enduring. It is extraordinary. The director winning

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four Birdman last year, extraordinary run of form for him.

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Most people will flock to the film because of Leonardo DiCaprio

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committee carries the movie, we are with him every step of the way.

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Every crawl of the way. It is a real match a film. If you like survival

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programmes, you will like the Reverend. What you make of so much

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talk of what phenomenally hard work physically it was, to make this

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film? Filming in very cold temperatures. The wonderful

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cinematography coming at a price, the cinematographer only wanted to

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use natural light, they could only film for several hours a day. They

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like to say this is the hard work, stressing that, focusing on the art.

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Film crews have warmers for their feet, nice trailers, cups of tea.

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I'm surely not -- Sean Leo have a warm glass of brandy at the end of

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the night. The most important thing is the picture at the end. Epic tale

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of so bridal -- survival, everyone was impressed. It is not a banner

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year, because the spread of the awards. Mad Max, the film I don't

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understand, they go for a drive, turn back again. It's got a lot of

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awards, Best costume, I could wear a T-shirt, winning that award. Carole

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the film missing out. Wonderful film, I feel bad about it. It was

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very spectacular. Talking at the start of the programme the numbers,

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Carole coming in with nine nominations, I think it has not come

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away with anything. The cupboard is bare. A real shame. One of those

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movies, very cocooned in its own beauty. When they push to vote at

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the end of the night, does not quite take flight. It smoulders. A slow

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burning cigarette. Without catching fire. That is the problem Carole

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had, could not swayed voters to for it, even though it is a swoon of a

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film. Best of dementia read. Something I loved, even though I

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found it sad to watch. Amy, the director is a wonderful man, works

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in a journalistic fashion. Made the film that Ayrton Senna. I was the

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last person who thought I would be interested in that, but it was

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absolutely gripping. He worked the same here. I'm absolutely delighted

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for him. Amy is a London film about a London icon who came to a tragic

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end. The story of Amy Winehouse. We are witnessing a tragedy before our

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very eyes. He has changed the way documentaries are seen. Not only a

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successful documentary, in the cinema is, second most successful

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documentary of all time. Changing the way we are perceiving

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documentaries. Cinematic events using real-life footage to play a

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character. Amy Winehouse plays herself, Ayrton Senna plays herself.

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He's beginning work on a new icon, Diego Maradona. Could be here in a

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few years' time talking about that one. I'm sure it will be brilliant.

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I may enjoy that, and I am not a football fan. That is how clever he

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is. A couple of things we have not mentioned. Spotlight, the film about

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the Boston Globe, the fantastic undercover reporting that eventually

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won a Pulitzer prize, and a covering abuse in the Catholic Church. It did

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take home the prize for best original screenplay. A film about

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writing, building your case, journalism winning the writing prize

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tonight. Please for the film. Tom McCarthy, the director, wrote the

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screenplay. He talked very movingly tonight about how he told the story.

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Not a story everyone wanted told. They had to fight to get it told.

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The story about the investigative team at the Boston Globe, back in

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2000. So old-fashioned, people waiting for the phone, typing away.

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As journalists, we have a soft spot for it. In America, do not

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discounted. Liberal Hollywood credentials, the great ensemble

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cast, we will see that making a few steps towards glory on Oscars night.

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The only one to beat is The Revenant do. I know the British Academy would

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say, we are our own people, these are our awards, what Britain has

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chosen, but it is hard not to just think about the Oscars, only a

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couple of weeks away. As a closing thought, because I think you are

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missing a party, that is the one to watch overall? It is now. The big

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story, Leonardo DiCaprio finally winning the Best actor award.

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Anything that is the story, Leonardo DiCaprio blossoming as a movie star.

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We have seen in grown-up on-screen, the Basketball Diaries, Romeo and

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Juliet, Titanic. He is a man now, winning an Oscar, winning a BAFTA.

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He is the star of the night. Thanks for talking us through the night.

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Jason Solomons. All the results can be found on our website. That is

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all, the party just beginning at the Royal Opera house in London's Covent

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Garden. Goodbye.

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