Bafta award for best special visual effects

This page lists the winners and nominees for the BAFTA Award for Best Special Visual Effects for each year. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), is a British organisation that hosts annual awards shows for movies, television, children's movies and television, and interactive media.

  • 2000 - The Perfect Storm - Stefen Fangmeier, John Frazier, Walt Conti, Habib Zargarpour, Tim Alexander
    • Chicken Run – Paddy Eason, Mark Nelmes, Dave Alex Riddett
    • Gladiator – John Nelson, Tim Burke, Rob Harvey, Neil Corbould
    • Vertical Limit – Kent Houston, Tricia Henry Ashford, Neil Corbould, John Paul Docherty, Dion Hatch
    • Wo hu cang long – Rob Hodgson, Leo Lo Jonathan, F. Styrlund, Bessie Cheuk, Travis Baumann
  • 1998 - Saving Private Ryan - Stefen Fangmeier, Roger Guyett, Neil Corbould
    • Antz – Philippe Gluckman, John Bell, Kendal Cronkhite, Ken Bielenberg
    • Babe: Pig in the City – Bill Westenhofer, Neal Scanlan, Chris Godfrey (II), Grahame Andrew
    • The Truman ShowMichael J. McAlister, Brad Kuehn, Craig Barron, Peter Chesney
  • 1995 - Apollo 13 - Robert Legato, Michael Kanfer, Matt Sweeney, Leslie Ekker
    • Babe – Scott E. Anderson, Neal Scanlan, John Cox, Chris Chitty, Charles Gibson
    • GoldenEye – Chris Corbould, Derek Meddings, Brian Smithies
    • Waterworld – Michael J. McAlister, Brad Kuehn, Robert Spurlock, Martin Bresin

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