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46th British Academy Film Awards

46th British Academy Film Awards
Date 1993
Highlights
Best Film Howards End
Best British Film The Crying Game
Best Actor Robert Downey Jr.
Chaplin
Best Actress Emma Thompson
Howards End
Most awards Strictly Ballroom (3)
Most nominations Howards End (11)

The 46th British Film Awards, given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 1993, honoured the best films of 1992.

Miranda Richardson (Damage). Robert Altman won the award for Best Director for directing The Player.

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • Best Film 1.1
    • Best Film not in the English Language 1.2
    • Best Direction 1.3
    • Best Actor 1.4
    • Best Actress 1.5
    • Best Actor in a Supporting Role 1.6
    • Best Actress in a Supporting Role 1.7
    • Best Screenplay,Original 1.8
    • Best Screenplay,Adapted 1.9
    • Best Cinematography 1.10
    • Best Costume Design 1.11
    • Best Sound 1.12
    • Best Editing 1.13
    • Best Special Effects 1.14
    • Best Original Film Score 1.15
    • Best Short Animated Film 1.16
    • Best Short Film 1.17
    • Best Make Up 1.18
    • Best Production Design 1.19

Winners and nominees

Best Film

Howards End

Best Film not in the English Language

Raise the Red Lantern (Da Hong Deng Long Gao Gao Gua)

Best Direction

The Player - Robert Altman

Best Actor

Robert Downey Jr. in Chaplin

Best Actress

Emma Thompson in Howards End

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Unforgiven

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Miranda Richardson in Damage

Best Screenplay,Original

Husbands and Wives - Woody Allen

Best Screenplay,Adapted

The Player - Michael Tolkin

Best Cinematography

The Last of the Mohicans - Dante Spinotti

Best Costume Design

Strictly Ballroom - Catherine Martin

Best Sound

JFK

Best Editing

JFK - Joe Hutshing

Best Special Effects

Death Becomes Her

Best Original Film Score

Strictly Ballroom - David Hirschfelder

Best Short Animated Film

Daumier's Law

Best Short Film

Omnibus

Best Make Up

The Last of the Mohicans - Peter Robb-King

Best Production Design

Strictly Ballroom - Catherine Martin

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