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52nd British Academy Film Awards

52nd British Academy Film Awards
Date 11 April 1999
Highlights
Best Film Shakespeare in Love
Best British Film Elizabeth
Best Actor Roberto Benigni
Life is Beautiful
Best Actress Cate Blanchett
Elizabeth
Most awards Elizabeth (5)
Most nominations Shakespeare in Love (15)
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The 52nd BAFTA Film Awards, given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts on 11 April 1999, honoured the best in film for 1998.[1]

Shakespeare in Love won the award for Best Film (also won the Academy Award for Best Picture) and Best Editing. Elizabeth was voted Best British Film. Both Judi Dench and Cate Blanchett won awards for their portrayals of Queen Elizabeth I. Geoffrey Rush won the award for Best Supporting Actor. Italian actor Roberto Benigni won the award for Best Actor in a Leading Role in La vita è bella (Life Is Beautiful). He went on to win the Academy Award. Peter Weir, director of The Truman Show, won the BAFTA Film Award for Best Directing.

Contents

  • Winners and nominees 1
    • Best Film 1.1
    • Best Actor 1.2
    • Best Actress 1.3
    • Best Supporting Actor 1.4
    • Best Supporting Actress 1.5
    • David Lean Award for Direction 1.6
    • Alexandra Korda Award for Best British Film 1.7
    • Best Costume Design 1.8
    • Best Editing 1.9
    • Best Cinematography 1.10
    • Best Production Design 1.11
    • Best Sound 1.12
    • Best Adapted Screenplay 1.13
    • Best Original Screenplay 1.14
    • Best Foreign Language Film 1.15
    • Best Visual Effects 1.16
    • Best Makeup/Hair 1.17
    • Best Score 1.18
  • References 2

Winners and nominees

Best Film

Shakespeare in Love

Best Actor

Roberto Benigni in Life is Beautiful

Best Actress

Cate Blanchett in Elizabeth

Best Supporting Actor

Geoffrey Rush in Elizabeth

Best Supporting Actress

Judi Dench in Shakespeare in Love

David Lean Award for Direction

Peter Weir for The Truman Show

Alexandra Korda Award for Best British Film

Elizabeth

Best Costume Design

Velvet Goldmine - Sandy Powell

Best Editing

Shakespeare in Love - David Gamble

Best Cinematography

Elizabeth - Remi Adefarasin

Best Production Design

The Truman Show - Dennis Gassner

Best Sound

Saving Private Ryan

Best Adapted Screenplay

Primary Colors - Elaine May

Best Original Screenplay

The Truman Show - Andrew Niccol

Best Foreign Language Film

Central Station

Best Visual Effects

Saving Private Ryan

Best Makeup/Hair

Elizabeth - Jenny Shircore

Best Score

Elizabeth - David Hirschfelder

References

  1. ^ "IMDb: BAFTA Awards: 1999".  
  • http://www.independent.co.uk/news/and-the-bafta-nominations-are-1077798.html BAFTA nominations
  • http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/entertainment/316954.stm BAFTA winners
  • http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/1999/mar/02/5
  • http://www.independent.ie/world-news/elizabeth-beats-will-at-baftas-411454.html WINNERS
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