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49th British Academy Film Awards

49th British Academy Film Awards
Date April 23, 1996
Highlights
Best Film Sense and Sensibility
Best British Film King George
The Madness of
Best Actor Nigel Hawthorne
The Madness of King George
Best Actress Emma Thompson
Sense and Sensibility
Most awards Braveheart,
The Madness of King George, The Postman, and Sense and Sensibility (3)
Most nominations The Madness of King George (14)

The 49th British Film Awards, given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts on 23 April 1996, honoured the best films of 1995.

Tim Roth won the award for Best Supporting Actor for his role as "Archibald Cunningham" in Rob Roy.

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • Best Actor 1.1
    • Best Actress 1.2
    • Best Cinematography 1.3
    • Best Costume Design 1.4
    • Best Director 1.5
    • Best Editing 1.6
    • Best Film 1.7
    • Best Film - British 1.8
    • Best Film Not in the English Language 1.9
    • Best Makeup and Hair 1.10
    • Best Music 1.11
    • Best Production Design 1.12
    • Best Screenplay - Adapted 1.13
    • Best Screenplay - Original 1.14
    • Best Sound 1.15
    • Best Special Effects 1.16
    • Best Supporting Actor 1.17
    • Best Supporting Actress 1.18
  • Awards breakdown 2
  • References 3

Winners and nominees

Best Actor

The Madness of King George

Best Actress

Emma Thompson - Sense and Sensibility

Best Cinematography

Braveheart - John Toll

Best Costume Design

Braveheart

Best Director

Michael Radford - The Postman (Il postino)

Best Editing

The Usual Suspects

Best Film

Sense and Sensibility

Best Film - British

The Madness of King George

Best Film Not in the English Language

The Postman (Il postino)

Best Makeup and Hair

The Madness of King George

Best Music

The Postman (Il postino) - Luis Enríquez Bacalov

Best Production Design

Apollo 13

Best Screenplay - Adapted

Trainspotting - John Hodge

Best Screenplay - Original

The Usual Suspects - Christopher McQuarrie

Best Sound

Braveheart

Best Special Effects

Apollo 13

Best Supporting Actor

Tim Roth - Rob Roy

Best Supporting Actress

Kate Winslet - Sense and Sensibility

Awards breakdown

Winners

Losers

References

  • BAFTA Database
  • http://www.independent.co.uk/news/emma-thompson-adds-bafta-to-oscar-trophies-1306175.html
  • Emma Thompson wins BAFTA
  • Sense and Sensibility wins BAFTA
  • Kate Winslet wins BAFTA
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