2018 The British Academy Film Awards


2018

Joanna Lumley hosts the British Academy Film Awards live from the Royal Albert Hall in London.


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This programme contains flashing

images and strong language from the

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start.

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Darling, I've got some news.

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They've asked me to host

the BAFTAs - what you think?

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You goddamn asshole,

I'm in the middle of my

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goddamn Easter dinner.

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Sorry, kids.

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Bad time, I've got you.

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Sorry, kids!

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Very early for an Easter dinner...

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Darling, it's Joanna.

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Hi.

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How are you?

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I'm good.

I just wanted to...

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I miss you.

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Well, umm...

I miss you too.

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Listen, I was just calling to tell

you that I'm hosting the BAFTAs.

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Now look, I know you

wanted the job but...

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You never say anything.

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I'm saying something now.

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That's wonderful news.

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Well, you could sound a bit more

pleased for me, darling.

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WHISPERS: What's

wrong with everyone?

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ON PHONE: Now look, I'm sorry, I've

got another call coming through.

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I'm going to have to go.

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Hello?

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Mrs Starling?

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How did you get this number?

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--

this is Stalin.

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I want a recording of

tonight's performance.

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Look, if you miss it,

you'll just have to watch it

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on iPlayer like everyone else.

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Winnie, darling, how are you?

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Oh, I'm in fine fettle.

Fine fettle.

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Listen, I'm hosting

the BAFTAs this year.

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What do you think of this -

Royal Albert Hall, top of the show.

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Me, arriving in a chariot pulled

by a team of horses?

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Horses?

Horses.

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You did say "A team of horses"?

No, you're right, it's a bad idea.

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Thanks for your time, darling.

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Hugh, it's Joanna.

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What a lovely surprise,

I was beginning to think

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you had lost my number.

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Never!

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Look, I'll keep it brief.

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I'm hosting the BAFTAs, and I

wondered if you wanted to come?

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Well, what wonderful news.

Yes, yes!

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Where does one go?

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The Royal Albert Hall,

so get your lovely little

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backside down there, pronto.

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Thank you, darling.

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I've never had any complaints

about Mr and Mrs Bottycheek.

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Right, that's everyone.

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Time to get ready.

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PHONE RINGS

Winnie, what is it now?

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We need a name

for this operation.

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I've already got it

covered, darling.

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It's the British

Academy Film Awards.

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Good evening from London's Royal

Albert Hall for the EE British

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Academy Film Awards. Today we

welcome royalty, film stars,

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directors and producers and assorted

members of the catering staff to the

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biggest night in British film and

Duke won't miss a cough or sneeze,

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and embarrassing wardrobe

malfunction, as we will be there

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from the moment they set foot on the

glorious red carpet to the moment

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they take home or not the

prestigious BAFTA mask. Enjoy the

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show.

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In terms of tonight, have you had

the chance to watch many other bills

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this year?

Lots of them because I've

been voting.

Any favourites?

Yeah,

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such good films this year, it's

amazing, Call Me By Your Name.

I

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love The Shape of Water. I thought

it was amazing.

The Shape of Water

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but I might be biased because the

director is a very good friend.

I,

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Tania, love it, terrific.

Darkest

hour is great, there are so many

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good films.

I loved Dunkirk. Don't

even get me going. You have 15

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minutes.

I'm a big fan of three Bill

Burns and Lady Bird, I loved it.

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Best of luck, get in!

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It's crazy, isn't it? I've never

done something as mental as this but

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I'm loving it. It is so glamorous. I

am a proper BAFTA watcher every year

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so this is really exciting to me.

It's really exciting, I've never

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been to the BAFTAs before.

It is

loud in here! Maggie Lieu I'm so

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excited to be. You always get

butterflies in the belly.

There is

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still a lot of integrity connected

with the BAFTAs which means a lot to

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us.

The lights and the glamour and

the smiles and laughter, it's

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wonderful.

It's great. Is Bono here?

Congratulations.

Thank you very

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much.

Had any chance to watch any of

the films this year?

Almost all of

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them.

How does it feel to get the

nomination?

It's amazing, almost too

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good to be true when something like

this happen and then do have one of

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your best friends have made it

possible for you, it's a pretty

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special moment.

Such a terrific

film, when you are burning it, did

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you have that moment when you knew

you were doing something special?

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Weaver like we made

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Weaver like we made a good movie, we

did not know if anyone with it but

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without like we made a good movie.

It's amazing and it's all bags do

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Guillermo del Toro, I'm only here

because of the greatness of others.

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So, the stars are inside and a

hubbub level has reached critical.

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Shortly we will be handing over to

the mistress of ceremonies, the

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marvellous Joanna Lumley but first

we kick off with an awe-inspiring

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display, of strength, flexible as he

and the ability to squeeze into the

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tiniest of costumes, with a bespoke

performance inspired by tonight's

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most nominated film, The Shape of

Water, we are delighted to welcome

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Cirque du Soleil.

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Cirque du Soleil. This is OVO.

Enjoy.

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APPLAUSE

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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They are a bit heavier than I

thought they were.

That is your

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queue.

Hang on. So sweet, OK, there

we are, fixed.

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we are, fixed. Lipstick, please.

Thanks.

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Gorgeous. Here we go.

Ladies and

gentlemen, these welcome your host

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for this evening, the superb

Juanelie Meijer!

CHEERING AND

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APPLAUSE

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-- Joanna Lumley.

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Hello your Royal Highnesses,

my Lords, ladies

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and gentlemen and everyone at home,

a very warm welcome to the

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EE British Academy Film

Awards, BAFTA's annual

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celebration of excellence in film.

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Thank you to Cirque Du Soleil's OVO

for their enchanting

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performance paying tribute

to The Shape of Water.

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APPLAUSE

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We are coming to you

from the ravishing Royal

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Albert Hall, bursting

at the seams with history,

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and a place that,

exactly 100 years ago,

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hosted an historic event

celebrating the first

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group of British women

being given the vote.

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A century ago, the

suffragettes laid the

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groundwork for the kind

of dogged resistance

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and powerful protest

that is carried forward today

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with the Time's Up

movement, and with it the

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determination to eradicate

the inequality and

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abuse of women all over the world.

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APPLAUSE

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So tonight we salute

all the talented, creative

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and inspirational individuals

who have enriched

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our lives through

their stellar work.

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And this evening is about

celebrating every aspect of film -

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including those who work

tirelessly behind the

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scenes, the hard-working

crews who bring every

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single production to the screen.

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This ceremony is not just

about the famous people.

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But anyway, let's have a look

at the famous people

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here tonight.

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The inimitable Gary Oldman is here.

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APPLAUSE

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Gary's performance as Winston

Churchill in Darkest Hour

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is the latest addition

to an already phenomenal

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body of work.

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Gary's unique ability

to transform himself and become

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utterly unrecognisable

was evident in the other roles

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he played this year -

Yoda, Wonder Woman and Lego Batman.

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We have the incomparable

Sally Hawkins, who

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starred in a highly

complex morality tale that

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examined the nature

of alienation, loneliness and

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integration with human civilization.

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My favourite scene

was when she helped

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Paddington with that

chase on the train.

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Marvellous.

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The tour de force that is

Frances McDormand is

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with us.

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APPLAUSE

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She's one of a select

band of actresses

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who've won an Oscar,

an Emmy, a Tony and a

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Golden Globe and in

Three Billboards Outside

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Ebbing, Missouri, she delivers

a performance that's

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nothing short of a masterclass.

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APPLAUSE

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Daniel Kaluuya, star

of the jaw-dropping Get Out is here.

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APPLAUSE

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In some of the film's

most memorable moments,

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Daniel is controlled

by other people and trapped

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in a chair, powerless to move.

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A skill that will come in handy

tonight, because I am

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afraid to say, no one gets

a comfort break till we

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are done here.

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Know, rules are rules but lovely to

see you anyway, Daniel.

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The captivating Annette

Bening is with us.

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CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

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Annette gave such

a complex and touching

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performance in Film Stars

Don't Die in Liverpool -

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brilliant film, brilliant title

and the reason all of

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tonight's nominees have

been househunting on

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Merseyside, because

Film Stars Don't Die In

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Liverpool.

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Sir Daniel Day-Lewis

joins us tonight.

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APPLAUSE

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Daniel is nominated

for Phantom Thread and his

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performance as dressmaker

Reynolds Woodcock.

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In preparation, Daniel

actually learnt to sew to

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haute couture standard.

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I know what you're

thinking and you're right,

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he did make my outfit

for this evening.

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Thank you, darling.

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Betty Jackson would be very proud of

you.

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The hardest-working

woman in Hollywood...

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And many of them are working, is the

glorious and spectacular Angelina

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Jolie.

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Actress.

Director.

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Writer.

Mother.

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Humanitarian.

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There is literally nothing

this woman can't do.

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Since she arrived tonight,

she's already carpeted the foyer

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and knocked up 400

portions of risotto

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for the after-show dinner.

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It's marvellous to have you here,

sweetheart. The exceedingly charming

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Hugh Grant is in the building.

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Fresh from his scene-stealing

performance in Paddington 2.

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Quite how Hugh managed to portray

a vain and egocentric actor is

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beyond me.

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Don't know how you did it

darling, remarkable stuff.

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Good luck to you all -

and to every single one of

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our nominees this evening -

in one sense, you're

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all winners tonight.

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And in another sense,

if you believe that, you'll

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believe anything.

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But one thing is certain

- it has been a truly

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extraordinary year of cinema.

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Don't take my word for it though,

just look at this breathtaking

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whistle-stop tour of

the last 12 months in the

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cinematic universe.

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Actors are some of the most evil,

devious people on the planet.

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I have no money to spare.

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Don't lie.

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It's rude.

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# Stick out your tongue,

let me take your temperature...

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Hi, Georgie.

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# If you ain't having no fun,

must be something wrong with ya

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# Let me take your fingerprints,

pay your way and now you're in

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# And better seal your lips

so that'll be the end of ya

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# Come and find your

love at the heartland

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# Heartland

# Ain't not them you're looking for

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# You've had enough

but you wanted more

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# Come and lose yourself

at the heartland

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# Heartland

# You'll forget who you were before

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# Give it up, you can have it

all in the heartland

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# 'Cause when you're

lost in the dark night

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# No need to feel so low

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# Tired of being alone

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# Twenty-four-seven all the way

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# Why are you standing in the cold

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# Here's a place you wanna go...

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Call me by your name

and I'll call you by mine.

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# Come and find your

love at the heartland

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# Heartland

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# Ain't not them you're

looking for

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# You've had enough

but you wanted more

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# Come and lose yourself

at the heartland

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# Heartland

# You'll forget who you were before

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# Give it up, you can have it

all in the heartland...

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Be...

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Be what?

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Be yourself.

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# Come and lose yourself

at the heartland

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# Heartland

# You'll forget who you were before

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# Give it up, you can

have it all...#.

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I love you!

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I love you, too.

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APPLAUSE

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You simply have to go

and see all of those films,

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otherwise your life will

be utterly worthless.

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Right, let's start giving out

some of those beautiful

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Baftas shall we?

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And we start with the

award for Outstanding

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British Film, in honour

of Alexander Korda.

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And who better to kick the evening

off than the hottest actress

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on the planet?

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Soon to be seen in Red Sparrow, it's

the ravishing Jennifer Lawrence.

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Hi, that was a bit much but thank

you, Joanna. It's an honour to

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present the first Bafta award of the

evening. British film is a

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remarkable force in the world of

cinema and these nominees are.

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Exception. In these intriguing tales

we see a determined mother avenging

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her daughter's disappearance. The

touching and politic depiction of

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what it means to be a gay man in an

isolated community. I young woman

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stifled by her Loveless marriage to

a bitter man twice her age. The

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thrilling true story of one of

Britain's great leaders, the chaos

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that erupts after Soviet dictators,

dictator's final days. And a bare in

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search of the perfect present for

his beloved aunt. It's truly been a

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brilliant year for British cinema.

Here are the nominees for

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Outstanding British Film.

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Paddington 2.

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Oh, Paddington - you've made

an old bear so very happy.

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This is perfect.

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You shouldn't have come.

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I'm not the answer.

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I know, I needed to see you.

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I know you do.

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I thought if I could see you,

and talk to you, I could make

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things better, you know?

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Hey, there.

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You know who threw that can?

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What can?

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How about you, sweetheart?

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You know who threw that can?

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No, I didn't really see...

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Aah!

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Through hell and high

water, I will follow you.

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To the cross, to the prison...

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BOTH: To the grave, to the sky.

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I'd rather stop you breathing

than have you doubt how I feel.

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How many more dictators must

be wooed, appeased -

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good God, given immense privileges -

before we learn?

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You cannot reason with a tiger

when your head is in its mouth!

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What are you doing to my

father, you jackals?

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Murderers, you're killers!

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Your father is dead...

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You are dividing the spoils,

leave his brain alone!

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How old are you?

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I'm...

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Old.

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You're not old!

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You're not even a person!

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You're a testicle!

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You're made mostly of hair!

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Here it is!

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And the first Bafta

of the evening goes to,

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Three Billboards Outside Ebbing,

Missouri.

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APPLAUSE

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I'm half Irish so I'm not allowed to

make a speech for this one so I will

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hand you over to Graham.

Good

evening, thank you to have --

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Bafta., our film has been played

worldwide. Those films are great

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that we just watched up there. We

finished this film about a year ago,

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it's the story of a woman taking on

the establishment and the status

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quo. It seems more timely now than

we ever could have imagined then.

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Last month's Time's Up movement

started in the US and now in the UK

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and tectonic shifts are starting to

take place. It turns out meaningful

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change can happen very quickly if we

put our minds to it. That's good not

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just for the film industry but for

everyone. Some quick thank you is

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from Pete, Martin and myself, Tuwai

financiers, FilmFour, part of

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Channel 4, who supports strong,

interesting film makers, Fox

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Searchlight in the US doing that,

thank you for supporting our vision.

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We have a wonderful crew in the US

and UK. The film is a collaboration

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of many people and their brilliant

ideas are on the screen with

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Martin's. Thank you to our cast,

Francis, Sam, Clark, Woody Harrelson

0:23:260:23:32

could not be here tonight but

perfect experience. Thank you Tim

0:23:320:23:38

Martin. He's a brilliant and unique

talent and a great friend to all of

0:23:380:23:41

us. Thank you, Martin.

0:23:410:23:45

APPLAUSE

0:23:450:23:53

Our second award of the night

is for EE Rising Star,

0:24:000:24:03

in honour of Mary Selway.

0:24:030:24:06

To present it, two women who've had

a year best described as

0:24:060:24:14

aquatic - one of them

was on thin ice in I, Tonya,

0:24:140:24:17

while the other helped

to hide a giant fish

0:24:170:24:19

man in The Shape Of Water.

0:24:190:24:21

Please welcome my niece Margot

Robbie and the awesome

0:24:210:24:23

Octavia Spencer.

0:24:230:24:31

The EE Rising Star Award identifies

new talent in the acting profession,

0:24:420:24:46

it is also the only award voted for

by the British public.

The first

0:24:460:24:51

recipient was James McAvoy in 2006

and since then winners have included

0:24:510:24:57

Tom Hardy, Kristen Stewart, Will

Poulter, John Boyega and Tom

0:24:570:25:02

Holland, which tells us that the

British public would make pretty

0:25:020:25:08

excellent casting directors.

Let's

see this year's nominations.

0:25:080:25:20

Yeah, I'm pretty sure they are not

the kinky sex family, dawg.

0:25:200:25:27

Daniel Kaluuya.

0:25:290:25:32

Get out!

0:25:320:25:33

Yo!

0:25:330:25:34

You're all I've got.

0:25:340:25:35

I'm not going to leave

here without you.

0:25:350:25:37

Ah no, it's cool.

0:25:370:25:42

Florence Pugh.

0:25:420:25:44

There.

0:25:440:25:45

Very fine indeed.

0:25:450:25:48

Her breath stinks.

0:25:510:25:56

You have wasted quite enough

of my husband's good

0:25:560:25:58

time and good money.

0:25:580:26:02

I shall be keeping

an eye on you gentlemen.

0:26:020:26:09

Timothee Chalamet.

0:26:110:26:13

You told me to keep driving.

0:26:130:26:15

That's weird, you shake hands.

0:26:150:26:17

Yeah.

0:26:170:26:23

You trying to get me to like her?

0:26:230:26:25

What would be the harm in that?

0:26:250:26:28

OK, hands up who did fuck

all work over the back.

0:26:280:26:34

Josh O'Connor.

0:26:340:26:37

I am coming back.

0:26:430:26:46

But I'm coming back and I want

it to be different.

0:26:460:26:49

Tessa Thompson.

0:26:530:26:56

Before you say anything might

I remind you that I sat

0:26:560:26:59

through A Birth of a Nation,

Gone with the Wind and Tarantino

0:26:590:27:02

Week - without protest.

0:27:020:27:05

If I'm going to die,

well, it may as well be

0:27:050:27:09

driving my sword through the heart

of that murderous hag.

0:27:090:27:12

Good.

0:27:120:27:13

Yeah...

0:27:130:27:20

And 2018's Rising Star is,

0:27:200:27:23

Daniel Kaluuya.

0:27:230:27:34

APPLAUSE

0:27:360:27:41

Evening. London city, hello.

CHEERING

0:27:550:28:03

I've gone blank. Thank you... Tessa,

Tim, Josh, and Florence, I'd like to

0:28:030:28:14

thank the people for voting for us

all and texting and calling and

0:28:140:28:20

going on the Internet. I appreciate

that and I'm happy and I feel so

0:28:200:28:23

privileged to be in you dice'

company. Thanks. I'm a product of

0:28:230:28:29

arts funding within the United

Kingdom -- in you guys' company. I'd

0:28:290:28:38

like to thank the people that

financially support that. Obviously

0:28:380:28:42

mainstream arts but also grass

roots, I'd like to thank my acting

0:28:420:28:53

teachers, Michael Palmer, weekend

arts college Hollie Hughes. I'd like

0:28:530:29:03

to thank... Who else? I've been

about. I'd like to thank

0:29:030:29:12

about. I'd like to thank also Connor

McGovern and Sam Fox at troika.

0:29:140:29:16

Thank you for letting me think I can

think differently and allowing me

0:29:160:29:20

the space to do that.

0:29:200:29:26

the space to do that. There is a

countdown. I wasn't supposed to say

0:29:260:29:28

that. Break all the rules! I'd like

to thank Sam for giving me an

0:29:280:29:32

American agent, Carl Cohen, Andrew

Curlin, I'd like to thank my

0:29:320:29:36

friends, I thank you for supporting

me and I hope I support you as much

0:29:360:29:39

as I feel supported by you. I'd like

to thank my sister, Critch and my

0:29:390:29:47

mum. My mum is the reason...

APPLAUSE

0:29:470:29:52

Mum, you are the reason I started,

you are the reason I'm here and the

0:29:520:29:55

reason I keep going, do you

understand? Thank you for

0:29:550:29:59

everything. This award is yours.

Love, peace, let's get it.

0:29:590:30:11

Time for Adapted Screenplay

now, or as we in the

0:30:120:30:15

industry call it, "making

a book into a film".

0:30:150:30:18

To present it, an actress

who sparkled in Beauty And

0:30:180:30:24

The Beast and a man

who includes swashbuckling

0:30:240:30:26

and elf-ing on his CV,

it's Gugu Mbatha-Raw and

0:30:260:30:28

Orlando Bloom.

0:30:280:30:29

-- a woman who was stunning in A

Wrinkle In Time.

0:30:290:30:42

The source material

for the films nominated in this

0:30:430:30:45

category are as diverse

as they are fascinating.

0:30:450:30:49

Among them are a French

graphic novel, a British

0:30:490:30:53

memoir, an American novel,

a true-crime story

0:30:530:30:56

and a classic children's book.

0:30:560:30:59

It's the talent and imagination

of these incredible

0:30:590:31:02

writers that has brought

these adaptations to life

0:31:020:31:04

on screen.

0:31:040:31:08

So, here are the nominations.

0:31:080:31:10

Hey, have you seen the movie

Saturday Night Fever?

0:31:210:31:23

Err, yeah - I've seen it.

0:31:230:31:26

Actually, I saw it three times.

0:31:260:31:28

Oh, so you like disco dancing?

0:31:280:31:29

Oh, God.

0:31:290:31:31

Umm...

0:31:310:31:32

I like drunk dancing.

0:31:320:31:39

Be very careful what you say next...

0:31:390:31:42

Who?

0:31:420:31:44

Beria.

0:31:440:31:46

I'm going to have to

report this conversation.

0:31:460:31:51

Threatening to do harm,

or obstruct any member of Presidium

0:31:510:31:53

in the process of...

0:31:530:31:54

Look at your fucking face!

0:31:540:31:55

HE LAUGHS.

0:31:550:32:01

Is it better to speak, or to die?

0:32:010:32:09

I've never had the courage to ask

a question like that.

0:32:090:32:13

I doubt that.

0:32:130:32:16

Why do you keep breaking

eye contact with me?

0:32:160:32:19

I'm looking right at you.

0:32:190:32:20

You think I should do it?

0:32:200:32:22

You've got to let me

keep you out of prison.

0:32:220:32:24

You've seen what's

on those hard drives...

0:32:240:32:26

Yeah, yeah...

0:32:260:32:27

It's a lot more than a little...

0:32:270:32:29

Yeah, yeah, but complete immunity.

0:32:290:32:30

All right?

You'll get all your money back.

0:32:300:32:32

You'll be the first defendant

to walk out of a court room better

0:32:320:32:35

off than when you walked in.

0:32:350:32:36

Careers will be ruined.

0:32:360:32:37

What are you doing?

0:32:370:32:39

Talking to the nice men.

0:32:390:32:40

Nice men?

0:32:400:32:42

Mary, we can't trust these people.

0:32:420:32:44

I mean, look at them.

0:32:440:32:45

Talk about rogues' gallery.

0:32:450:32:47

Hideous.

0:32:470:32:49

And as for that bearded

baboon in the middle,

0:32:490:32:52

he's hardly got two brain cells

to rub together.

0:32:520:32:54

We can still hear you, Mr Brown.

0:32:540:32:57

APPLAUSE

0:33:000:33:04

And the Bafta goes to, Call Me By

Your Name, James Ivory.

0:33:050:33:10

APPLAUSE

Thank you so much.

0:33:360:33:47

Well... Thank you, I thank everyone

here tonight, and especially the

0:33:470:33:55

Academy for giving me this award. It

means a lot to me. I've been here

0:33:550:34:02

before but never all by myself and

never for having written a

0:34:020:34:06

screenplay. So... I just also wanted

to say that a film like this depends

0:34:060:34:16

on a lot of people. But first of

all, it depends on the actors and it

0:34:160:34:24

is a wonderful thing, we were a

wonderfully lucky group to have had

0:34:240:34:29

the actors that we had to with

tonight, some of them. And I was

0:34:290:34:36

lucky to be chosen for this by Luca

Guadagnino. I need not have been.

0:34:360:34:42

Other people could have done it,

probably. Finally, thanks, all of

0:34:420:34:47

you. It is like a hiccup of nature

that I am standing here, really, in

0:34:470:34:53

a way, so thank you very much, and

Sony pictures for what they have

0:34:530:34:57

done for the film.

APPLAUSE

0:34:570:35:03

Next, we have the award

for Supporting Actor.

0:35:090:35:14

To hand it over is an

actress whose work spans

0:35:140:35:21

everything from 12 Years A Slave

0:35:210:35:26

to Star Wars and Black

Panther, but every film

0:35:260:35:32

this lady

does carries a message.

0:35:320:35:33

And that message is always,

"She's a terrific actress".

0:35:330:35:36

It's the peerless Lupita Nyong'o.

0:35:360:35:37

APPLAUSE

0:35:370:35:43

Good evening.

0:35:450:35:51

One of the thrills of acting is

finding that perfect connection with

0:35:510:35:54

another performer, each enhancing

the other's choices and nuances.

0:35:540:36:04

These five actors achieve that

remarkable synergy. Let's see them

0:36:050:36:07

at work.

0:36:070:36:15

Now, then, I suppose

you know who I am.

0:36:150:36:17

Oh, yes.

0:36:170:36:18

You're a very famous actor.

0:36:180:36:19

Oh, pooh!

0:36:190:36:20

Or used to be.

0:36:200:36:21

Now you do dog food commercials.

0:36:210:36:23

CROWD CHUCKLES.

0:36:230:36:25

A man has to eat.

0:36:250:36:26

What?

Dog food?

0:36:260:36:28

CROWD LAUGHS.

0:36:280:36:34

There's something else, Mildred.

0:36:360:36:42

I got cancer.

0:36:430:36:46

I'm dying.

0:36:460:36:47

I know it.

0:36:470:36:51

Huh?

0:36:510:36:54

Hey, hey!

0:36:560:36:58

All right.

0:36:580:37:01

Charlie Coachman of

Cherry Hill, New Jersey.

0:37:010:37:04

You can't take that.

0:37:040:37:06

That's my licence.

0:37:060:37:08

I'm going to call your name

into the County Sheriff.

0:37:080:37:11

Now you get the fuck out of here.

0:37:110:37:16

I knew it from the very first moment

I visited this place.

0:37:160:37:23

I remember every stone as clearly

as if I'd just come from the store

0:37:230:37:28

with a packet of smokes.

0:37:280:37:33

I have never felt at home anywhere

on earth till I came here.

0:37:330:37:41

You do not call an officer

of the law a fucking prick

0:37:410:37:44

in his own station house,

Mrs Hayes.

0:37:440:37:46

Or anywhere, actually.

0:37:460:37:49

What's with the new attitude, Dixon?

0:37:490:37:51

Your momma been coaching you?

0:37:510:37:55

No, my momma...

0:37:550:37:58

Didn't do that.

0:37:580:38:04

And the Bafta goes to... Sam

Rockwell, Three Billboards Outside

0:38:060:38:11

Ebbing, Missouri APPLAUSE

0:38:110:38:20

Thank you. Oh, wow. Wow. I'm humbled

to be among my fellow nominees.

0:38:260:38:37

These are all amazing actors and...

This has been a real magical journey

0:38:370:38:44

for me. I've been a journeyman actor

my whole life. I never dream I'd be

0:38:440:38:49

standing here in London on stage

celebrating with all of you tonight,

0:38:490:38:54

this incredible movie. I am standing

here as a result of many people who

0:38:540:38:58

believed in me over the years and

sometimes when I didn't even believe

0:38:580:39:01

in me. I want to thank Fox

Searchlight, the entire cast, the

0:39:010:39:08

deeply, Woody Harrelson, Clarke

Peters, Andy Martin. There's a quote

0:39:080:39:12

and it might have been Alan Rickman,

there are no great actors, only

0:39:120:39:16

great roles. It might have been Alan

McGlone but that is certainly the

0:39:160:39:19

case with a Martin McDonagh script.

He's annoyingly handsome to be as

0:39:190:39:24

talented a writer-director as he is.

I'm so proud to have worked with him

0:39:240:39:29

and grateful, three times, you have

changed my life. Thank you, Martin,

0:39:290:39:33

I love you. I think as we engage in

this long overdue discussion about

0:39:330:39:38

women in the workplace, I also stand

on the shoulders of women, strong,

0:39:380:39:45

intelligent, righteous women, who

have made my life complete. Fran,

0:39:450:39:49

you are the rock that this film and

every film...

APPLAUSE

0:39:490:39:54

Every film you are a part of relies.

You make me proud to be an actor.

0:39:540:39:58

Ann Leslie, my life is full because

of you. -- and Leslie. Your

0:39:580:40:05

compassion, intellect and talent and

most importantly, your love. I'm

0:40:050:40:08

very lucky to be had tonight. Thank

you to the British Academy. This is

0:40:080:40:14

for my pal Alan Rickman. I'll see

you at the bar. Thank you.

APPLAUSE

0:40:140:40:21

Production Design now and to present

it are two dazzling actors.

0:40:230:40:28

This year, one of them will be seen

as Tom Cruise's leading lady

0:40:280:40:35

in the latest Mission Impossible,

and the other plays a cook in First

0:40:350:40:38

World War epic, Journey's End.

0:40:380:40:39

See if you can guess

which one's which.

0:40:390:40:41

It's Rebecca Ferguson

and Toby Jones.

0:40:410:40:47

If you can imagine it and if you can

visualise it, in these production

0:41:000:41:05

designers can make it happen.

The

production designer will look at the

0:41:050:41:13

script, examine it and ask the

critical question," how the hell do

0:41:130:41:18

you expect me to build that on this

budget?" But production designers

0:41:180:41:27

are supremely resourceful. Here are

the nominees.

0:41:270:41:35

And the Bafta goes to... The Shape

of Water. Paul Austerberry, Jeff

0:42:240:42:32

Melvin, Shane Vieau.

0:42:320:42:35

Wow. The little movie that good.

Thank you, Basta. Thank you,

0:43:220:43:31

Guillermo del Toro, for your passion

and originality and your creativity

0:43:310:43:34

to dream up this world that we all

helped shape. Thank you to Miles

0:43:340:43:40

Dale and David Greenbank and

everyone and Sony... I mean, Fox

0:43:400:43:45

Searchlight! A little bit of

nervousness, here. Thank you to my

0:43:450:43:54

art director, Nigel Church, the

great our department and

0:43:540:43:56

construction team we had in Toronto.

Thank you to Dan for lensing it so

0:43:560:44:00

beautifully, we would not be here if

it did not look so nice, and thank

0:44:000:44:05

you to my collaborators, Shane and

Jeff.

Thank you, Sheila, Alex,

0:44:050:44:09

Sarah. Thank you, Bafta, Miles, Dan

Bunn Mike Riddle being a genius,

0:44:090:44:18

Paul and Shane.

Guillermo, you are

the benchmark that we all strive to

0:44:180:44:24

be. Thank you so much for letting us

be part of this film. Thank you.

0:44:240:44:31

Thank you to my parents who are

watching in Mexico!

APPLAUSE

0:44:310:44:35

Lovely and I hope you saw that

Rebecca and I were doing a little

0:44:420:44:47

twin breasts thing. It's because we

are nearly the same age!

0:44:470:44:50

LAUGHTER

0:44:500:44:51

Special Visual Effects

is the next award.

0:44:510:44:53

To present it are two British actors

who worked their socks off in 2017.

0:44:530:44:56

She wrote and directed

her first feature film,

0:44:560:44:58

The Party's Just Begun,

while he spent his time

0:44:580:45:04

with a new American spy organisation

helping elite security agents

0:45:040:45:07

save the world.

0:45:070:45:08

Well, it's nice to be

busy, isn't it?

0:45:080:45:11

Please welcome the star of Jumanji

Karen Gillan and soon to be seen in

0:45:110:45:18

Robin Hood, Taron Egerton.

0:45:180:45:21

The teams working in visual effects

are constantly passing milestones,

0:45:250:45:32

most recently the appearance

of a virtual Peter Cushing

0:45:320:45:34

in Rogue One, a technical

achievement to which we can only

0:45:340:45:37

react by saying...

0:45:370:45:38

Back off, eggheads!

0:45:380:45:41

You geeks!

0:45:500:45:51

You can make animals if you like,

fine, and inanimate objects

0:45:510:45:54

are totally OK, but if you carry

on trying to take actors' jobs,

0:45:540:45:57

we're going to track you down

and give you a taste

0:45:570:46:00

of what you fear most.

0:46:000:46:01

Natural light.

0:46:010:46:02

I couldn't agree more, Karen.

0:46:020:46:03

Visual Effects Teams,

we are here both to honour your

0:46:030:46:05

incredible work and to beg

you please not to take our jobs.

0:46:050:46:08

The nominations are...

0:46:080:46:11

And the Bafta goes to,

0:47:340:47:40

Blade Runner 2049.

0:47:400:47:44

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE.

0:47:480:47:57

Thank you. Thank you, Bafta, for

this amazing award. The making of

0:48:270:48:39

this film was really a true labour

of love.

0:48:390:48:46

of love. Thank you for your

intensity and dedication, it is seen

0:48:460:48:50

in every frame of the film,

especially the visual effects, thank

0:48:500:48:53

you Ridley Scott for the original

Blade Runner and the inspiration

0:48:530:49:00

that it provided to all of us. Thank

you to the amazing crews in Budapest

0:49:000:49:08

and in Los Angeles and everyone at

one brothers, Sony, especially

0:49:080:49:14

Brodrick Johnson. Thank you to Roger

and James Dickens's beautiful work.

0:49:140:49:20

Joel Walker. Genus Gerstner. Carole

Murphy. Paul Lambert. Rich Hoover.

0:49:200:49:29

Richard Clegg, Gerd Nefzer, and

talented artists who made this work

0:49:290:49:41

at double negative, frame store,

UPP, Tomic fiction... The best

0:49:410:49:48

special effects are not about the

amount of technical detail that are

0:49:480:49:53

in a shot, it's about how it makes

you feel emotionally and you guys

0:49:530:49:58

have made us feel really great

tonight. So thank you.

0:49:580:50:03

APPLAUSE

0:50:030:50:11

Now we move on to the award

for Outstanding Debut,

0:50:110:50:14

in honour of Carl Foreman.

0:50:140:50:16

To give us the awards,

we have two English actresses who've

0:50:160:50:24

To give us the awards,

we have two English actresses.

0:50:250:50:27

Please welcome Lily James

and Gemma Arterton.

0:50:270:50:35

We would just like to thank you all

for standing up for justice and

0:50:380:50:42

equality tonight.

Yes. And now back

to business.

0:50:420:50:48

The BAFTA for Outstanding Debut

By A British Writer,

0:50:480:50:50

Actor Or Producer recognises

film-makers who have

0:50:500:50:53

arrived with fully-formed

distinctive voices.

0:50:530:50:58

Past recipients include

Paddy Considine, Chris Morris

0:50:580:51:01

and Lynne Ramsey, so the recipient

will be joining illustrious company.

0:51:010:51:04

And this year's nominations are...

0:51:040:51:12

In a remote Zambian village,

nine-year-old Shula is exiled

0:51:270:51:29

to a camp for witches

after being accused of having

0:51:290:51:31

supernatural powers.

0:51:310:51:35

Shula must choose whether to

accept her fate or risk

0:51:350:51:37

the consequences of freedom.

0:51:370:51:40

I just want to get better.

0:51:400:51:44

Former detective Chris goes

undercover as the patient

0:51:440:51:46

of a murder suspect's therapist.

0:51:460:51:50

But as his therapy sessions

continue, the lines between fantasy

0:51:500:51:52

and reality blur and Chris begins

to question whether it

0:51:520:51:54

is all in his head.

0:51:540:51:57

Former youth boxing champion Jimmy

faces the fight of his life

0:52:000:52:08

as he battles with alcoholism.

0:52:080:52:09

If I find any booze in here...

0:52:090:52:11

Well, I won't mind...

0:52:110:52:12

I'm sorry, are you talking or me?

0:52:120:52:14

But when he turns to friends at his

childhood boxing club for help,

0:52:140:52:17

he finds himself back in the ring,

risking it all for

0:52:170:52:20

another shot at glory.

0:52:200:52:22

Tell you what, most kids don't

have a dad like mine.

0:52:230:52:26

I'm so lucky.

0:52:260:52:28

Paul Shanks killed himself in 2007,

leaving behind his wife Vicky

0:52:280:52:30

and their seven children.

0:52:300:52:32

This documentary film follows

the family as they struggle

0:52:320:52:35

with their loss and attempt to plot

a course for a brighter future.

0:52:350:52:39

I want to hug you, please.

0:52:390:52:42

Where's your husband?

0:52:500:52:51

Wherever you put him.

0:52:510:52:54

In 19th-century England,

Catherine gives in to desire

0:52:540:52:58

when she embarks on a dangerous

affair with a worker

0:52:580:53:01

on her husband's estate.

0:53:010:53:04

But as her passion grows,

so does a morbid determination

0:53:040:53:06

to stop at nothing to get

what she wants.

0:53:060:53:14

And the Bafta goes to, I am not that

which, Rungano Nyoni and Emily

0:53:150:53:30

Morgan.

0:53:300:53:33

APPLAUSE

0:53:330:53:41

--

I am Not a Witch.

0:53:410:53:44

Congratulations.

0:54:060:54:08

We are not prepared so I just want

to say thank you to Bafta, the jury.

0:54:130:54:18

It's really unexpected. I know

everyone says that but really it is.

0:54:180:54:24

And also my husband, Gabriel, my mum

and dad for being the most

0:54:240:54:34

supportive parents you could ask

for. My little niece. I'm now

0:54:340:54:39

pulling things from the air! Who

else? The cast and the crew. And

0:54:390:54:46

also I want to say this, all of the

people that said yes to me who are

0:54:460:54:52

BFI, FilmFour, film Cymru, without

your guys' support we wouldn't have

0:54:520:54:56

been able to make this film. And all

the people that said no, frankly,

0:54:560:55:00

because it really spurred me on.

LAUGHTER

0:55:000:55:06

Rungano Nyoni said most of it.

Our

distributor

0:55:130:55:19

distributor Curzon and my family and

friends who are always there for me

0:55:210:55:24

and everybody in the industry that

supported us along the way and the

0:55:240:55:27

NFTS, a huge thank you. And finally,

Time's Up.

0:55:270:55:38

APPLAUSE

0:55:400:55:47

Ah, they've left

their envelope behind.

0:55:590:56:00

Could be awkward -

we don't want any mix-ups later.

0:56:000:56:03

Can someone get rid of this?

0:56:030:56:09

Lovely, a little bit over the top

even for the Bafta is.

0:56:270:56:31

Thank you, OVO!

0:56:310:56:32

Next, we have the award

for Supporting Actress.

0:56:320:56:33

To announce the winner

is a phenomenal American

0:56:330:56:35

actor whose next project

in Wes Anderson's Isle Of Dogs,

0:56:350:56:39

where he plays the leader

of a pack of talking dogs.

0:56:390:56:43

He's been out for a walk,

we've towelled him down

0:56:430:56:46

and if he's good tonight,

he gets a biscuit.

0:56:460:56:48

It's the obedient Bryan Cranston.

0:56:480:56:56

Thank you.

0:57:050:57:10

The Royal Albert Hall!

0:57:100:57:15

OK, we get it, you're classy,

Britain. I mean, The Royal Albert

0:57:150:57:20

Hall, Joanna Lumley. We have

nominated films about Churchill and

0:57:200:57:25

Dunkirk, accent on the second

syllable, which makes me wonder why

0:57:250:57:32

isn't it Churchill? We have the Duke

and Duchess. The only way this

0:57:320:57:41

evening could get any more British

if suddenly a Tardis suddenly

0:57:410:57:45

materialised and Jane Austen popped

out holding a corgi and apologising

0:57:450:57:49

for the sleet. This is a very

spectacular and impressive evening,

0:57:490:57:55

which is how I would describe the

performances of the five women in

0:57:550:57:59

the Supporting Actress category.

0:57:590:58:02

Very impressive and spectacular!

0:58:020:58:05

These women have delivered

extraordinary interpretations

0:58:050:58:07

of their characters,

each one clearly worthy

0:58:070:58:10

of receiving a BAFTA,

yet only one them will take it home.

0:58:100:58:13

Let's have a look at the work

of these supremely talented women.

0:58:130:58:16

You think Sonja Henie's

mother loved her?

0:58:250:58:29

Poor fucking you.

0:58:290:58:32

I didn't stay home making

Apple Brown Bettys.

0:58:320:58:34

No, I made you a champion...

0:58:340:58:40

Knowing you'd hate me for it.

0:58:400:58:41

That's the sacrifice a mother makes.

0:58:410:58:43

I wish I'd had a mother

like me instead of nice.

0:58:430:58:45

He's shouted at you.

0:58:450:58:46

Did he shout at you?

0:58:460:58:47

No.

0:58:470:58:48

He can be an awful brute!

0:58:480:58:50

I make too many mistakes.

0:58:500:58:53

I think you are nervous and he has

a knack for drawing out the very

0:58:530:58:56

worst in those who are trying

to help him the most.

0:58:560:58:59

No, it's not him, it's me.

0:58:590:59:01

He's...

0:59:010:59:02

He's a man, like any other!

0:59:020:59:05

If you're tired, we can sit down.

0:59:050:59:09

I'm not tired.

0:59:090:59:10

Oh, OK, I just couldn't tell

because you're dragging your feet.

0:59:100:59:14

Well, I just couldn't tell.

0:59:140:59:15

Why didn't you just

say pick up your feet?

0:59:150:59:17

I didn't know if you were tired.

0:59:170:59:19

You're being passive aggressive.

0:59:190:59:20

No, I wasn't.

0:59:200:59:21

You are so infuriating!

0:59:210:59:22

Please stop yelling.

0:59:220:59:23

I'm not yelling.

0:59:230:59:24

Oh, it's perfect!

0:59:240:59:25

Do you love it?

0:59:250:59:26

Don't turn it on me.

0:59:260:59:28

I don't want your cloud on my head.

0:59:280:59:30

Oh shut up, Cyril.

0:59:300:59:31

You can shut right up.

0:59:310:59:33

Don't pick a fight with me.

0:59:330:59:34

You certainly won't come out alive.

0:59:340:59:35

I'll go right through you,

and it will be you who ends up

0:59:350:59:39

on the floor, understood?

0:59:390:59:42

Mm-hm.

0:59:420:59:44

Mm-hm.

0:59:440:59:47

Ooooh!

0:59:540:59:55

Never trust a man!

0:59:550:59:57

Even when he looks flat down there!

0:59:571:00:05

And the Bafta goes to... Allison

Janney, I, Tonya.

1:00:071:00:17

APPLAUSE

1:00:171:00:24

CHEERING

1:00:421:00:47

I could simply murder a glass of

water right now. I want to thank

1:00:501:01:00

BAFTA and drop a I've perpetrated

for the last 30 years. I did not

1:01:001:01:05

invite graduate from the Royal

Academy of dramatic arts but I did

1:01:051:01:07

attend a two-week summer programme

which is probably the reason I'm

1:01:071:01:11

standing here right now. It is

certainly the reason I fell in love

1:01:111:01:14

with London and the theatre. This

means a great deal to me and I want

1:01:141:01:18

to thank the entire team of I,

Tonya, who are here tonight, you are

1:01:181:01:25

extraordinary, Craig and Margo, I

love you, to my team, some of whom I

1:01:251:01:29

here Kevin and Karen. I want to

thank Leon in 30 West and AI for

1:01:291:01:36

supporting this on from the

beginning and last but not least I

1:01:361:01:39

want to thank my dear friend Steven

Rogers who wrote I, Tonya, this

1:01:391:01:44

beautiful movie, and he insisted I

was the only actress to play this

1:01:441:01:47

role and you've given me a gift I

will never forget, my friend. I love

1:01:471:01:51

you. Cheers.

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

1:01:511:01:56

Ladies and gentlemen,

while the last 12

1:02:011:02:03

months has seen some

extraordinary work being

1:02:031:02:05

produced, we've also had

to say goodbye to far

1:02:051:02:07

too many friends and

colleagues who illuminated

1:02:071:02:09

the world of film.

1:02:091:02:15

As we paid tribute to them, playing

for us, we have the sublime musical

1:02:151:02:25

gifts of the ludicrously

1:02:251:02:32

gifts of the ludicrously talented...

1:02:321:02:35

Kanneh-Mason family.

1:02:351:02:38

Thank you very much,

a pleasant good evening to you.

1:02:481:02:51

You look like a great audience.

1:02:511:02:54

Don't look so scared, little boy.

1:03:171:03:23

I'm going to drink your blood.

1:03:231:03:26

Julien...

1:03:371:03:39

Je t'ai recherche partout.

1:03:391:03:45

Ta-da!

1:03:531:03:56

Yeah!

1:04:401:04:42

That was good.

1:04:421:04:44

Pity about poor Catherine, though.

1:04:441:04:46

Tick tock, tick tock.

1:04:461:04:49

HE LAUGHS MANIACALLY.

1:05:001:05:07

He loved her more than...

1:05:251:05:30

he ever thought possible.

1:05:301:05:33

You're a super girl,

you know that, don't you?

1:05:521:05:55

Hope you enjoyed the show.

Good night.

1:05:551:06:02

APPLAUSE.

1:06:091:06:17

They are absent but not forgotten.

1:06:331:06:34

Thank you to the wonderful

Sheku and his

1:06:341:06:36

extraordinarily talented siblings.

1:06:361:06:37

What a family.

1:06:371:06:40

And there are two more of them at

home! Sound is the next award and to

1:06:401:06:46

hand it over, we've got to

sensational British actors who

1:06:461:06:49

despite being snapped up by

Hollywood, don't mind rolling up

1:06:491:06:53

their sleeves and presenting a

Bafta.

1:06:531:06:56

It's Sam Claflin and Will Poulter.

1:06:561:06:58

Sound designers are notorious

for their attention to detail.

1:07:071:07:11

The sound in the films nominated

this year involved recording

1:07:111:07:16

air-raid sirens in a desert,

creating a special "rain"

1:07:161:07:20

microphone and finding just

the right goat for the voice

1:07:201:07:22

of a Star Wars creature.

1:07:221:07:25

All perfectly mixed to fill

an auditorium with layers

1:07:251:07:28

of emotion and tension...

1:07:281:07:29

And then some of you watch

films on a tiny iPad!

1:07:291:07:33

Let's see the nominations.

1:07:331:07:36

They're coming.

Shut the door.

1:08:261:08:32

And the Bafta goes to... Dunkirk.

1:08:381:08:49

APPLAUSE

1:08:501:09:00

We'd like to thank the British

Academy for this vote of confidence.

1:09:301:09:33

Also Warner Brothers, Burbank, and

wore the brothers UK -- Warner

1:09:331:09:41

Brothers UK. To our director,

Christopher Nolan, who entrusted the

1:09:411:09:46

sound team to sonically

1:09:461:09:51

sound team to sonically weave

together the 3-D tapestry of this

1:09:521:09:54

film. Thank you, Chris.

APPLAUSE

It also marks --

this movie is a

1:09:541:10:04

timeline and this movie also marked

a timeline in my life. This was my

1:10:041:10:09

207th film.

APPLAUSE

It also... Also my retirement film.

1:10:091:10:19

Thank you so very, very much.

APPLAUSE

1:10:191:10:29

Thank you, Chris, Emma, lead,

everybody at Warner Brothers. I have

1:10:291:10:33

to thank my children, Luciano and

Devon, your dreams are as important

1:10:331:10:36

to me as they are due. Thank you for

taking dreams seriously. -- as they

1:10:361:10:43

are to you.

Thank you, Bafta, Chris,

Emma, the wonderful team in Burbank

1:10:431:10:49

my family, love you, Sue and Sam.

1:10:491:10:55

APPLAUSE

1:10:551:11:02

To present the award for original

screenplay are two British actors

1:11:041:11:07

who first worked together back

in 2002 on About A Boy.

1:11:071:11:11

They enjoyed it so much that they've

waited just 16 short years to do it

1:11:111:11:14

again in the upcoming film

The Favourite.

1:11:141:11:18

It's Nicholas Hoult

and Rachel Weisz.

1:11:181:11:26

It's a very special moment

for actors when we turn the pages

1:11:321:11:35

of an original screenplay.

1:11:351:11:39

Our minds immediately

fill with questions.

1:11:391:11:41

"How can I do justice

to this writing?"

1:11:411:11:44

"How did the writer

dream up this world?"

1:11:441:11:52

But you count how many lines you've

got to, right?

Yes of course, that's

1:11:541:12:00

more important, you're completely

right!

1:12:001:12:02

Let's see the nominations

for Original Screenplay.

1:12:021:12:05

I look in the mirror and the only

thing I recognise are these eyes

1:12:131:12:18

and this old man's face.

1:12:181:12:25

You know, sometimes

I think I was either born

1:12:251:12:28

too early or too late for my life.

1:12:281:12:31

Maybe we're both just relics.

1:12:311:12:37

My name is Lady Bird.

1:12:371:12:38

Well, actually, it's not

and it's ridiculous.

1:12:381:12:40

Your name is Christine.

1:12:401:12:41

Call me Lady Bird like

you said you would.

1:12:411:12:43

You know, you should

just go to city College.

1:12:431:12:48

With your work ethic,

just go to city college,

1:12:481:12:50

then to jail, and then back to city

college and then maybe you'd learn

1:12:501:12:53

to pull yourself up and not expect

everybody to make every...

1:12:531:12:56

Why did you drill

a hole through poor

1:12:581:13:01

Fat Geoffrey's thumbnail?

1:13:011:13:05

That did not happen.

His hand slipped.

1:13:051:13:07

He drilled a hole

through his own self.

1:13:071:13:09

Did he say I did it?

1:13:091:13:12

Well, I guess it's his word

against mine, then, huh?

1:13:121:13:17

Kind of like in all those rape

cases you hear about.

1:13:171:13:20

Except, this time,

the chick ain't losing.

1:13:201:13:22

It ain't really about winning

or losing, though, is it, Mildred?

1:13:221:13:26

I didn't get to meet

you actually up close.

1:13:261:13:28

I'm Chris.

1:13:281:13:30

I know who you are.

1:13:301:13:33

She's lovely, isn't she?

1:13:331:13:36

Rose?

1:13:361:13:39

Yeah, she is.

1:13:391:13:41

One of a kind.

1:13:411:13:42

Top of the line.

1:13:421:13:45

A real doggone keeper!

1:13:451:13:52

Right.

1:13:521:13:55

I can see that shiner

through your make-up, you know.

1:13:551:13:59

Yeah, I fell on the ice yesterday.

1:13:591:14:01

I don't know, Tonnie.

1:14:011:14:03

I would never be with somebody

who fucking hit me.

1:14:031:14:05

You hit dad.

1:14:051:14:07

That's different.

1:14:071:14:14

And the Bafta goes to Three

Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

1:14:161:14:23

APPLAUSE

1:14:231:14:28

Jesus... It was truly an honour to

be nominated alongside Jordan and

1:14:431:14:47

Stephen and Guillermo and Greta and

it's been great to get to know you

1:14:471:14:55

guys over the last few weeks in this

craziness. Thank you for your

1:14:551:14:59

brilliant films. I'd like to thank

my news Sam Rockwell for his

1:14:591:15:09

brilliance. I love you and let's do

it again, Sam. To Woody Harrelson

1:15:091:15:16

too, wherever he may be tonight.

What I think we are most proud of

1:15:161:15:22

about this film, especially in this

Time's Up year is it is a film about

1:15:221:15:26

a woman who refuses to

1:15:261:15:33

a woman who refuses to take any shit

anymore against another woman who

1:15:331:15:38

also refuses to take any shit

anymore. I'd like to thank Frances

1:15:381:15:43

McDormand for her performance that

is as unapologetic as it was

1:15:431:15:47

fearsome, and I love you and let's

do it again too. And thanks to John

1:15:471:15:53

Gregory, Ben Davis, FilmFour, Fox

Searchlight and thanks to Bafta.

1:15:531:16:00

APPLAUSE

1:16:011:16:08

Leading Actor now and to present it

is an astonishingly classy actress.

1:16:091:16:13

I rather hoped I'd be filling the

role tonight but there we go. It's

1:16:131:16:20

the scintillating and glorious Salma

Hayek.

1:16:201:16:31

In this very important and

historical year for women I am here

1:16:371:16:42

on this legendary stage to celebrate

men...

1:16:421:16:46

LAUGHTER

It is my pleasure to be the one to

1:16:461:16:52

present the nominations for the

Leading Actor award.

1:16:521:16:55

This is an extraordinary collection

of actors at the very

1:16:551:16:58

top of their game and

emerging talent who are

1:16:581:17:00

already producing world-class work.

1:17:001:17:03

Here are the nominations...

1:17:031:17:06

How do you feel now?

1:17:141:17:18

I can't move.

1:17:181:17:21

You can't move.

1:17:211:17:23

I can't move.

1:17:231:17:31

Why can't I move?

1:17:311:17:32

You're paralysed, just

like that day when

1:17:321:17:33

you did nothing.

1:17:331:17:34

You did nothing.

1:17:341:17:36

Mr Wolfcock, what is it?

1:17:361:17:38

I'd like the dress back.

1:17:381:17:40

Ms Rose is sleeping.

1:17:401:17:41

Well that's got nothing

to do with the dress.

1:17:411:17:44

Can you go and get

it for me, please?

1:17:441:17:46

She's sleeping.

1:17:461:17:47

In the dress?

1:17:471:17:53

I don't know what

you want me to say.

1:17:541:18:00

You can start with the truth.

1:18:001:18:08

For fuck sake, it's cancer.

1:18:151:18:18

What are you doing?

1:18:211:18:22

Reading my music.

1:18:221:18:24

No you're not.

1:18:241:18:26

Thinking, then.

1:18:261:18:28

Yeah?

1:18:281:18:29

About what?

1:18:291:18:36

It's private.

1:18:361:18:39

We shall fight on the beaches.

1:18:401:18:44

We shall fight on

the landing grounds.

1:18:441:18:48

We shall fight in the fields

and in the streets.

1:18:481:18:52

We shall fight in the hills.

1:18:521:18:56

We shall never surrender!

1:18:561:18:58

CHEERING

1:18:581:19:06

And the winner is Frances

McDormand... No, just kidding!

1:19:071:19:16

LAUGHTER

The Bafta goes to Gary Oldman for

1:19:161:19:20

the Darkest Hour.

1:19:201:19:25

APPLAUSE

1:19:291:19:34

Thank you, Bafta, for this

tremendous honour. I salute my

1:19:491:19:56

fellow nominees for your

1:19:561:20:06

fellow nominees for your beautiful

work and Leslie too. This is made

1:20:061:20:08

all the more special because I can

share it with my family tonight who

1:20:081:20:13

I hear. My three sons Alfie,

Gulliver, Charlie, and my beautiful

1:20:131:20:19

wife Gisele and my extended family.

Without your support, without your

1:20:191:20:27

help, without your faith in me I

would not be standing here. Joe

1:20:271:20:32

Gray, you lead with, you lead the

charge with such integrity and

1:20:321:20:42

energy and passion. You hand-picked

an armada of talent. I love you,

1:20:421:20:50

Kristin. I love you, really. You

have a singular vision and a huge

1:20:501:20:55

heart and they were never more on

display than in this beautiful film.

1:20:551:21:01

I'd like to thank Eric Fellner, Tim

Bevan, Lisa Bruce, Anthony McCarten,

1:21:011:21:05

Douglas Urbanski, and Piotr

Trochowski, Donna Langley and my

1:21:051:21:14

wonderful

1:21:141:21:19

wonderful make-up team, Dave, Lucy,

Yvan Mayeur, and last but not least,

1:21:201:21:22

Winston Churchill, the man himself

in those dark on certain days in

1:21:221:21:28

1940 he held the line for honour,

for integrity and freedom for his

1:21:281:21:38

nation and the world. So I thank

you, Sir Winston. I thank you, the

1:21:381:21:49

Churchill family. And, of course,

once again, Bafta. I am so grateful

1:21:491:21:55

for this incredible honour. Thank

you.

1:21:551:21:59

APPLAUSE

1:22:001:22:02

Now it is time for Leading Actress

and to present it is an actor who

1:22:151:22:19

won Bafta four years ago for his

outstanding performance in 12 Years

1:22:191:22:23

A Slave. He has buckets of charisma,

bags of intensity

1:22:231:22:29

A Slave. He has buckets of charisma,

bags of intensity, to

1:22:291:22:33

It's Chiwetel Ejiofor.

1:22:431:22:45

Good evening.

1:22:451:22:46

It is hard to imagine five more

involving and demanding

1:22:461:22:48

roles than the five

in

1:22:481:22:50

this year's nominations

for Leading Actress.

1:22:501:22:51

Let's see the nominations.

1:22:511:22:54

How come you came up here out

of nowhere looking so pretty?

1:23:051:23:10

You ain't trying to make me

believe in reincarnation

1:23:101:23:12

or something, are you?

1:23:121:23:13

Because you're pretty,

but you ain't her.

1:23:131:23:16

She got killed.

1:23:161:23:18

Now she's dead forever.

1:23:181:23:24

People make so much noise

in the movies but it's

1:23:241:23:26

really not a big thing.

1:23:261:23:29

You can totally be quiet during it.

1:23:291:23:33

Was it amazing, though?

1:23:331:23:33

I wanted it so badly, but then,

I found that when it happened,

1:23:331:23:36

I, I really liked dry

humping much more!

1:23:361:23:41

I'm just too old for you.

1:23:411:23:47

That's what you're saying.

1:23:471:23:51

No, no, I'm sorry,

I shouldn't have...

1:23:511:23:54

No, no, well...

1:23:541:23:55

I'll tell you something.

1:23:551:23:59

You're wrong.

1:23:591:24:02

When he looks at me,

the way he looks at me...

1:24:051:24:08

He doesn't know what I lack.

1:24:081:24:12

Or how...

1:24:121:24:16

I am incomplete.

1:24:161:24:22

Well, you know what?

1:24:221:24:24

If you can come up with $5,000

for a costume for me,

1:24:241:24:27

then I won't have to make one.

1:24:271:24:30

Till then, just stay out of my face.

1:24:301:24:32

Maybe you're just not

as good as you think.

1:24:321:24:34

Maybe you should pick another sport.

1:24:341:24:37

Suck my dick!

1:24:371:24:40

and the Bafta goes to Frances

McDormand, Three Billboards Outside

1:24:481:24:55

Ebbing, Missouri.

1:24:551:24:59

APPLAUSE

1:25:041:25:14

Thank you, British film people. As

Martin said I have a little trouble

1:25:231:25:30

with compliance.

LAUGHTER

1:25:301:25:36

But I want you to know that I stand

in for solidarity with my sisters

1:25:381:25:42

tonight in black. And I also want to

say that... I'm going black. But I

1:25:421:25:51

also want to say that I appreciate a

well-organised act of civil

1:25:511:25:56

disobedience. And I'm thrilled that

activists all over the world have

1:25:561:26:03

been inspired by the set decoration

of the Three Billboards in Martin's

1:26:031:26:10

film and taken to the streets and

let it be a part of the positive

1:26:101:26:15

public discourse that is happening.

And I want to thank Blueprint

1:26:151:26:22

productions and FilmFour and Fox

Searchlight for carefully

1:26:221:26:28

shepherding Martin's films,

Guillermo's films, because not only

1:26:281:26:31

are they entertaining but they

encourage a longer and broader

1:26:311:26:37

cultural conversation. So, you know,

when I was a young actor in drama

1:26:371:26:43

school I was told that I was not

naturally gifted and I would have to

1:26:431:26:49

work at it. And so I did.

1:26:491:26:56

APPLAUSE

1:26:561:26:59

And along the way I was very

fortunate to collaborate with

1:27:001:27:04

film-makers, who started writing

roles with me in mind, Jill and

1:27:041:27:10

Ethan Coen, Jamie Anderson command

now Martin McDonagh, and I am deeply

1:27:101:27:14

grateful to them for helping me

realise my hidden potential -- Joel

1:27:141:27:22

Coen. Who would have thought that

Marge Gunderson would have grown up

1:27:221:27:26

to be Mildred Hayes? Power to the

people.

1:27:261:27:30

APPLAUSE

1:27:311:27:34

Best Director is our next

award, in honour of Sir

1:27:461:27:49

David Lean.

1:27:491:27:51

To present it are an actress

who shone brightly in

1:27:511:27:57

Moonlight

1:27:571:27:58

And will be seen in Rampage later

this year.

1:27:581:28:04

And the only man

in

1:28:041:28:05

history whose CV includes

the Royal Shakespeare

1:28:051:28:07

Company and the Emoji movie.

1:28:071:28:08

It's Naomie Harris and

Sir Patrick Stewart.

1:28:081:28:15

To produce great work

as a film director requires a

1:28:241:28:26

combination of very rare talents.

1:28:261:28:28

The ability to create and maintain

entire worlds, the technical

1:28:281:28:31

knowledge of every

aspect of a production.

1:28:311:28:39

And, the rarest talent of all,

the ability to spend prolonged

1:28:401:28:42

periods of time in

the company of actors.

1:28:421:28:44

All of the nominees have

produced incredible

1:28:441:28:46

pieces of cinema.

1:28:461:28:47

Let's see them at work.

1:28:471:28:54

EXPLOSIONS

1:28:591:29:07

What did you say to me?

1:29:181:29:22

What is she saying?

1:29:221:29:23

I...

1:29:231:29:24

I didn't catch it.

1:29:241:29:27

I had your job.

1:29:351:29:36

I was good at it.

1:29:361:29:37

It was simpler then.

1:29:371:29:38

Why are you making it complicated?

1:29:381:29:40

Why don't you just

answer the question?

1:29:401:29:41

What question?

1:29:411:29:43

I didn't figure you

as one for bullshit.

1:29:431:29:50

Yeah, I'm nervous.

1:30:001:30:03

I know I smelled something.

1:30:051:30:09

Let her go!

1:30:091:30:11

Ooh, umm, I kind of need

to use the bathroom,

1:30:111:30:14

but if it's inconvenient...

1:30:141:30:15

Actually, it is

inconvenient, isn't it?

1:30:151:30:17

I can see it's inconvenient.

1:30:171:30:18

I can hold it.

1:30:181:30:21

And the BAFTA goes to... The Shape

of Water, Guillermo del Toro.

1:30:261:30:31

APPLAUSE

1:30:311:30:40

Thank you, thank you, BAFTA. Thank

you Fox Searchlight for all the

1:31:001:31:07

support and four yesterday. It was

really useful, so much black

1:31:071:31:11

pudding! The shadow of English

culture has loomed large in my life,

1:31:111:31:18

giving me inspiration. Painters,

writers, cinema, and I have made no

1:31:181:31:26

secret of saying how important was

the legacy of power line Pressburger

1:31:261:31:32

in this movie, in making it, --

Powell and Pressburger. Classicists

1:31:321:31:39

like Noel Coward and Terence but

also, Sally, the miracle that is

1:31:391:31:44

Sally Hawkins and myself...

CHEERING

AND APPLAUSE

1:31:441:31:51

Who made it a point to study two of

the greats, as a director and actor,

1:31:521:31:59

Charlie Chaplin, and the magnificent

minimalist, Stan Laurel, who did so

1:31:591:32:04

much with so little. But the most

important figure from the English

1:32:041:32:14

legacy is, incredibly for me, a

teenager by the name of Mary

1:32:141:32:19

Shelley. She has remained a figure

as important in my life as her

1:32:191:32:27

famous family and so many times,

when I want to give up, think about

1:32:271:32:31

giving up, when people tell me

dreaming of the movies and the

1:32:311:32:34

stories I dream is impossible, I

think of her because she picked up

1:32:341:32:42

the plight of Callaghan and she gave

weight to the burden of Prometheus

1:32:421:32:47

and she gave voice and presence to

the invisible and showed me that

1:32:471:32:51

sometimes to talk about monsters, we

need to fabricate monsters of our

1:32:511:32:56

own, and parables do that for us.

Thank you very much.

APPLAUSE

1:32:561:33:04

The moment has arrived

to find out the winner of

1:33:071:33:12

the prestigious Best Film.

1:33:121:33:17

And to present this coveted Golden

mask is a British actor who needs no

1:33:171:33:24

introduction. OK, maybe just a tiny

little introduction. It is the

1:33:241:33:28

utterly fabulous Daniel Craig!

APPLAUSE

1:33:281:33:34

Thank you. It is an incredible

honour to be presenting this award

1:33:381:33:42

this evening and just magnificent to

see all of you here, especially

1:33:421:33:50

because you are supporting Time's

Up. So let's put these wonderful

1:33:501:33:53

people out of their misery. Here are

the nominations for best film.

1:33:531:34:04

Hey there, Mildred.

1:34:051:34:07

You didn't happen to pay a visit

to the dentist today, did you?

1:34:071:34:10

No.

Huh?

1:34:101:34:11

I said no.

1:34:111:34:13

Oh, so it wasn't you who drilled

a little hole in one

1:34:131:34:18

of big fat Jeffrey's

big fat thumbnails, no?

1:34:181:34:20

Of course not.

1:34:201:34:21

Huh?

1:34:211:34:22

I said of course not.

1:34:221:34:23

You drilled a hole in the dentist?

1:34:231:34:25

Denise, no, I didn't...

1:34:251:34:27

I thought it was kind

of funny myself...

1:34:271:34:29

But he wants to press charges,

so we're going to have

1:34:291:34:32

to bring you in, I'm afraid.

1:34:321:34:35

Take cover!

1:34:421:34:44

THE CREATURE ROARS.

1:35:221:35:28

I can't believe

you changed it again.

1:35:301:35:32

I changed it a little bit...

1:35:321:35:34

Yeah, why?

1:35:341:35:35

I played it the way Busoni

would have played it,

1:35:351:35:38

if he'd altered Liszt's version.

1:35:381:35:39

And what is wrong with Bach, the way

that Bach would have played...

1:35:391:35:43

Bach never wrote it for the guitar.

1:35:431:35:44

In fact, we're not even sure Bach...

1:35:441:35:46

Forget I asked!

1:35:461:35:49

I'm not sure if you know this,

but the way you're doing your "V

1:35:551:35:58

for Victory" sign...

1:35:581:35:59

Hmm?

1:35:591:36:00

Well, in the poorer quarters,

that gesture means something else...

1:36:001:36:02

What does it mean?

1:36:021:36:03

I wouldn't like to say, sir.

1:36:031:36:05

I was captured by the Boer.

1:36:051:36:07

I spent time in a South

African prison...

1:36:071:36:09

"Up your bum".

1:36:091:36:12

Sir.

1:36:121:36:13

Up your...

1:36:131:36:15

Bum?

1:36:151:36:17

Up your...!

1:36:171:36:19

LAUGHTER

1:36:191:36:25

And the BAFTA goes to... Three

Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri.

1:36:251:36:40

APPLAUSE

1:36:481:36:58

This could be really quick because

we have done all the thank you is

1:37:071:37:10

already so we can all finish and go

and have dinner. One quick being,

1:37:101:37:16

these are all amazing films. We have

loved all of them. We have travelled

1:37:161:37:20

these last few months with all of

these film-makers who are brilliant

1:37:201:37:23

and thank you to everyone for being

together in this.

Finally, we were

1:37:231:37:28

overwhelmed, really, this is

amazing. Our film is a hopeful one

1:37:281:37:35

in lots of ways but it is also an

angry one and as we have seen this

1:37:351:37:40

year, sometimes anger is the only

way to get people to listen to

1:37:401:37:43

change, so we are thrilled that

BAFTA has recognised this. Have a

1:37:431:37:48

good night.

CHEERING AND APPLAUSE

1:37:481:37:57

Time for the final award

of the night, the BAFTA

1:38:041:38:07

Fellowship, the highest

honour BAFTA can give.

1:38:071:38:09

And to present it,

please welcome His Royal

1:38:091:38:10

Highness The Duke of Cambridge.

1:38:101:38:12

APPLAUSE

1:38:121:38:18

Good evening, everybody. Catherine

and I are extremely pleased to be

1:38:261:38:29

here amongst you all this evening.

The film awards are just one part of

1:38:291:38:35

BAFTA's activity. I have been

privileged over the years to

1:38:351:38:39

experience first-hand the impact of

its work in the UK, in LA, New York

1:38:391:38:43

and Asia. Work ranging from

scholarships and supporting new

1:38:431:38:48

talent through to masterclasses with

the very best in the film industry,

1:38:481:38:53

many of whom are here this evening.

Your support of BAFTA, sharing

1:38:531:39:00

skills, expertise and time, means we

can ensure the growth of creative

1:39:001:39:03

talent in the UK and

internationally. It ensures that we

1:39:031:39:08

can do much, much more to help

talented people from all backgrounds

1:39:081:39:12

to be given the opportunity to

succeed. The recipient of this

1:39:121:39:19

year's Fellowship, the highest

honour the Academy can bestow, is a

1:39:191:39:23

true cinema great. His films are

amongst my own personal favourites,

1:39:231:39:29

a director and producer whose work

has engaged audiences for 40 years

1:39:291:39:32

and whose creativity continues to

inspire the vital next generation of

1:39:321:39:38

talent. To tell you a little bit

more about his remarkable career,

1:39:381:39:42

Sir Kenneth Branagh.

APPLAUSE

1:39:421:39:48

Thank you, good evening. Warrant

Officer

1:39:551:40:01

Officer Ripley and replicant Reg,

archaeologist Elizabeth Shaw and

1:40:021:40:04

mother Gail Harris, Thelma and

indeed Louise. These leading

1:40:041:40:08

characters are unforgettable women

who produce indelible moments in the

1:40:081:40:13

work of the exceptional artist who

is denied's recipient of the BAFTA

1:40:131:40:17

Fellowship. Most directors would be

overjoyed to have one blade runner

1:40:171:40:25

in their career or one Gladiator.

Most producers one Martian or one

1:40:251:40:33

Black Hawk Down, one 40 second

advert for a sliced loaf that he

1:40:331:40:41

made exquisite and which people

still remember every frame of, half

1:40:411:40:44

a century later. The versatility is

remarkable and in his films, he

1:40:441:40:50

pulls off the feet of inviting

audiences to seriously contemplate

1:40:501:40:55

ideas and at the same time, to

borrow his well chosen words, to

1:40:551:41:04

also scare the shit out of them. And

yes, the compilation we are about to

1:41:041:41:09

seek does include John Hurt's chest.

He has said that as a secondary

1:41:091:41:14

modern school boy in South Shields,

he could never have imagined this

1:41:141:41:17

future, but he developed religiously

at the Royal College of Art and at

1:41:171:41:23

the BBC -- developed prodigiously.

The culture of those institutions is

1:41:231:41:29

still gloriously there in his work.

For those of us who have had the

1:41:291:41:33

great privilege to work with him, he

is indisputably a master. He has

1:41:331:41:39

given so much to movie audiences

around the world and long may his

1:41:391:41:42

unique vision continue to entertain

and to inspire. Let's look at just

1:41:421:41:49

some of the highlights so far.

1:41:491:41:58

My name is Maximus Decimus Meridius.

1:41:591:42:06

I've seen things you

people wouldn't believe.

1:42:161:42:23

I came halfway around the world

to watch you run, Clarice.

1:42:251:42:33

Rise a knight.

1:42:421:42:48

Ladies, gentlemen -

let's see who wins a prize

1:42:541:42:56

for keeping their cool.

1:42:561:42:59

So yeah, I blew myself up.

1:43:001:43:06

Sometimes to create,

one must first destroy.

1:43:061:43:13

No!

1:43:191:43:22

You're going to shoot me

in front of everybody?

1:43:221:43:24

Huh?

Come on!

1:43:241:43:27

Are you not entertained?!

1:43:281:43:35

What would it take

for you to feel secure?

1:43:371:43:39

More.

1:43:391:43:44

No!

1:43:441:43:46

I intend to love you until I die.

1:43:461:43:52

Hello, officer.

1:43:571:43:59

Is there a problem?

1:43:591:44:06

This is Ripley, the last survivor

of the Nostromo, signing off.

1:44:091:44:17

APPLAUSE

1:44:261:44:29

Please welcome to the stage, Sir

Ridley Scott.

1:44:331:44:39

APPLAUSE

1:44:391:44:44

CHEERING

1:45:081:45:15

Thank you. Thank you. Big boys don't

get upset and I'm quite upset right

1:45:271:45:34

now. It's been 40 years in this

business and this is the first time

1:45:341:45:40

they've ever given me anything so

I'm not going to go quietly.

1:45:401:45:43

LAUGHTER

I could never be an actor because

1:45:431:45:51

I'd never remember the lines so I'll

do it this way. Your Royal Highness,

1:45:511:45:54

thank you for those kind words and

to Bafta for this fellowship, it's

1:45:541:45:58

an honour to join this list of such

great recipients. I'm reading in

1:45:581:46:04

press articles that I'm in the

octogenarian club and for those who

1:46:041:46:07

don't know what that means it's not

a discotheque, more like a lawn

1:46:071:46:11

Bowls club with straw hats. I wonder

if the real reason behind the award

1:46:111:46:16

is to give him something before it's

too late. I've always been a late

1:46:161:46:24

starter. Years ago when I was 15 and

headed for the GCE, to Americans

1:46:241:46:29

that means the most significant year

at 15 for your exams. My father saw

1:46:291:46:38

my position in class was 29th and

the number in class was 29. I'd

1:46:381:46:43

achieved the distinction of being

bottom of the class at my secondary

1:46:431:46:45

modern school for the fourth year

running. I wasn't lazy and I was

1:46:451:46:53

really trying. You can imagine how I

felt. Dad put his hand on my

1:46:531:46:56

shoulder and said, "You know, you

can only do the best you can put

1:46:561:47:02

whatever you decide to do, make sure

you love it." He was a really sweet

1:47:021:47:07

guy and a great parent and I know

his attempt to hide his

1:47:071:47:10

disappointment with some of his

encouraging words. I was depressed

1:47:101:47:13

for a week but his advice was a

wake-up call. Fortunately, I love

1:47:131:47:19

working with my hands and I was good

at two things. Woodwork, yes,

1:47:191:47:24

woodwork and art, and I loved to

draw and paint and I was quite

1:47:241:47:30

talented. Dad strongly encouraged me

to go to art school, which in those

1:47:301:47:34

days was the obvious place that a

father would suggest, the reputation

1:47:341:47:38

of laying about smoking talking

about the meaning of life and doing

1:47:381:47:41

nothing in particular had a bohemian

ring to it and I was excited, it

1:47:411:47:44

really appealed to me. The education

system is worth mentioning in this.

1:47:441:47:53

At that time it allowed me to apply

for art school with one GCE and that

1:47:531:47:57

could never happen today. So I got

into Hartlepool College of Art. The

1:47:571:48:03

college was a revelation. It's

weirdly dressed students expressing

1:48:031:48:08

their individualism, passionate

teaching interested in the students,

1:48:081:48:12

not just tolerating but actively

engaging with them, a world apart

1:48:121:48:15

from my schooling and told it's

extraordinary what and enthusiastic

1:48:151:48:20

teacher can do draw in the student

out, igniting independence and

1:48:201:48:24

courage in them to be the design of

your future rather than waiting for

1:48:241:48:27

something to happen. Teaching is the

most important of all professions.

1:48:271:48:34

Sort that out and social problems

will get sorted out.

1:48:341:48:37

APPLAUSE

1:48:371:48:42

Sounds simple that we've been

talking about it for years but it's

1:48:431:48:47

absolutely vital. My teachers

inspired me and thanks to my dad's

1:48:471:48:53

intuition, here I am tonight. So

finally I have secured a place at

1:48:531:48:56

the best art school in the world,

certainly at that point the Royal

1:48:561:49:01

College of Art, painting, sculpture,

fashion and design. I just lost my

1:49:011:49:06

place...

LAUGHTER

1:49:061:49:11

I was able to mooch around and

utilise the facilities. You weren't

1:49:111:49:17

taught here, you seized the

opportunity. At this point I was

1:49:171:49:20

already in the ignition mode and

taught myself to deal with all the

1:49:201:49:24

competition around me. It was tough.

Some of the best way here,

1:49:241:49:29

definitely. The painting school

alone had David Hockney, Francis

1:49:291:49:31

Bacon wandering around as lecturers

occasionally and we even had our own

1:49:311:49:38

madman from New York, and

advertising guru. Bob Gilder. There

1:49:381:49:43

was no film school. I wanted to make

a movie but I didn't know how to

1:49:431:49:51

work it and there was a small

instruction booklet, new, thumped

1:49:511:49:54

and no one had read it before. Are

you bored? Are you all right? Kept

1:49:541:50:03

to a cold North Durham beach on a

bitter day, the cast and crew of two

1:50:031:50:07

are sheltering in a bus stop and as

I try to work out the stock for

1:50:071:50:13

another take the actor is freezing

his ass of. Sorry. Waiting for me to

1:50:131:50:20

make a decision, waiting for 65

quid, economy is everything. The

1:50:201:50:28

young man was an actor called Tony

Scott, my brother, letter of Top

1:50:281:50:36

Gun.

APPLAUSE

1:50:361:50:40

@he'd be my partner for 50 years and

I guess you all knew what we did in

1:50:401:50:44

that time. We didn't hang around.

Film is a great art form, may be the

1:50:441:50:50

most exciting of all occupations. I

caught the first wave of Independent

1:50:501:50:54

television and enjoyed the exciting

role of advertising force of this

1:50:541:50:58

was my film school. Today the

explosion of content platforms and

1:50:581:51:03

social media have made this a far

more accessible and democratic art

1:51:031:51:06

form with an unprecedented reach

24/7 365 days. The opportunity to

1:51:061:51:13

create authentic, relevant and

engaging storytelling and the future

1:51:131:51:20

of it must have a profound affect.

As storytellers we have a duty to be

1:51:201:51:24

mindful how we use this power. We

must strive to protect the core

1:51:241:51:28

tenets of the narrative, that all

the best stories tend to come from

1:51:281:51:33

the truth, even fiction. It's

important to acknowledge

1:51:331:51:38

entertainment can be the most

powerful form of education but

1:51:381:51:42

documentaries have suddenly really

kicked in and are taking on this

1:51:421:51:49

position by raising global

awareness. The best example of

1:51:491:51:52

storytellers' power. When you think

about it it is blue planet, probably

1:51:521:51:57

the greatest commercial for our

beautiful Earth. We must not lose

1:51:571:52:02

this beautiful gift we have because

it's the only one we've got left. I

1:52:021:52:05

think I should mention all the

talents I've worked with over time

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and to my kids who are in the same

business, and to my wife Janina, and

1:52:101:52:19

to your Highness, thank you. Bafta,

thank you for this great award, I

1:52:191:52:22

shall find a very special place for

it. I'm available in autumn 2019.

1:52:221:52:32

LAUGHTER

1:52:321:52:36

APPLAUSE

1:52:361:52:42

And that's it for the EE

British Academy Film

1:52:491:52:51

Awards 2018.

1:52:511:52:52

Thank you to everyone

who played their part

1:52:521:52:55

in such a magical evening.

1:52:551:52:59

Stephen Fry, if you are watching, I

hope this is OK. Until next year,

1:52:591:53:05

good night.

1:53:051:53:11

Awards presented earlier. Original

Music.

1:53:111:53:15

And the Bafta goes to The Shape of

Water, Alexander

1:53:151:53:27

Guillermo, your film is unique and

the poetry you have given us is

1:53:301:53:34

amazing.

Make Up & Hair.

The Bafta

goes to Darkest Hour, David

1:53:341:53:41

Galinovskiy, Lucy Sibbick, Kazuhiro

Tsuji.

1:53:411:53:49

Thank you, Bafta. Thank you to my

team, our lovely team who helped us

1:53:521:53:57

on this film. Amazing cast, very

supportive produces.

Costume Design.

1:53:571:54:05

The Bafta goes to Phantom Thread,

Mark Bridges.

1:54:051:54:13

Mark Bridges.

This award's special

to me because British film has

1:54:161:54:19

always been an inspiration to me,

something to admire, and something

1:54:191:54:25

to aspire to is a level of quality.

Animated Film.

And the Bafta goes to

1:54:251:54:31

show,.

If I want to get back to the

land of the living I need his

1:54:311:54:38

blessing.

That's really specific.

He's my great-great-grandfather.

1:54:381:54:45

He's what? My biggest thanks of all

to the people of Mexico, your

1:54:451:54:48

culture and traditions inspired me

to make cocoa and it wouldn't exist

1:54:481:54:51

without your endless celebration of

the Dia de Muertos.

And the Bafta

1:54:511:55:03

goes to Baby Driver.

1:55:031:55:12

goes to Baby Driver.

I think you're

very lucky as an editor if you get

1:55:121:55:16

the opportunity to work with someone

of the calibre of Edgar Wright.

1:55:161:55:21

And the Bafta goes to I Am Not Your

Negro.

1:55:221:55:32

Negro.

The future is as dark and De

Michael Bright as the future of the

1:55:341:55:41

country.

I want to thank the Academy

for this award, I'm very honoured

1:55:411:55:44

and humbled.

1:55:441:55:50

and humbled.

It started from

extraordinary humble beginnings and

1:55:501:55:52

it's something I'd like to think

that not just weak in the film

1:55:521:55:56

industry and television industry

should be proud of, it's something

1:55:561:55:58

the nation should be proud of.

At

the NFTS our goal is to ensure the

1:55:581:56:04

future Roger Deakinss, or Emily

Morgan, wherever they may come from

1:56:041:56:09

and whatever their means, have the

opportunity and support to reach

1:56:091:56:12

their full potential.

1:56:121:56:14

The Bafta goes to polls

1:56:161:56:21

-- Poles Apart.

Just to be nominated

alongside Will and Ben tonight is

1:56:291:56:35

incredible enough. This is

incredible.

British Short Film.

And

1:56:351:56:41

the Bafta goes to Cowboy Dave.

1:56:411:56:48

Dad says books aren't worth

bothering with.

Your dad's an idiot.

1:56:481:56:53

If you are a girl or boy from a

working-class background like me,

1:56:531:56:57

all I have to say is, look, film is

not an impossible dream.

1:56:571:57:03

The Bafta goes to The Handmaiden.

1:57:051:57:11

Unfortunately Park Chan-Wook and Syd

Lim could not be here tonight.

1:57:211:57:28

Roger Deakins, Blade Runner, 2049.

1:57:281:57:39

Unfortunately Roger Deakins cannot

be with us tonight. He's shooting a

1:57:401:57:44

movie in New York right now.

1:57:441:57:50

Joanna Lumley hosts the British Academy Film Awards live from the Royal Albert Hall in London. Nominees for the coveted Bafta masks include Annette Benning, Gary Oldman, Octavia Spencer, Hugh Grant, Margot Robbie, Daniel Kaluuya, Kristin Scott Thomas, Sam Rockwell, Willem Dafoe and Frances McDormand. Films include Darkest Hour, Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, Call Me By Your Name and The Shape of Water.


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