BBC Movie celebrates 47 nominations for the British Fair Movie Awards

BBC Movie celebrates 47 nominations for the British Fair Movie Awards

BBC Movie, the feature filmmaking arm of the BBC, has backed motion photographs and skill which dangle collectively received 47 nominations for this year’s British Fair Movie Awards (BIFAs) which had been launched this morning. The nominations consist of four of the Most attention-grabbing British Fair Movie nominees, four of the Most attention-grabbing Director nominees, and all five Most attention-grabbing Screenplay nominees.

BBC Movie is within the encourage of 10 motion photographs nominated for BIFAs this year, which the gargantuan slate the BBC division helps at every level of British just filmmaking.

Rose Garnett, Director of BBC Movie, acknowledged: “We’ we’re extremely proud to dangle supported these daring, ambitious motion photographs and filmmaking skill, and we’re extremely cheerful that BIFA votes dangle recognized their effectively-known work.”

The 10 nominated motion photographs supported by BBC Motion photographs are:

AFTER LOVE directed by Aleem Khan (nine nominations)
Most attention-grabbing British Fair Movie (Aleem Khan, Matthieu de Braconier), Most attention-grabbing Director (Aleem Khan), Most attention-grabbing Screenplay (Aleem K han), Most attention-grabbing Debut Director (Aleem Khan), Most attention-grabbing Debut Screenwriter (Aleem Khan), Most attention-grabbing Actress (Joanna Scanlan), Most attention-grabbing Supporting Actress (Nathalie Richard), Most attention-grabbing Supporting Actor (Talid Ariss), Most attention-grabbing Casting (Shaheen Baig)

THE SOUVENIR PART II directed by Joanna Hogg (nine nominations)
Most attention-grabbing British Fair Movie (Joanna Hogg, Ed Guiney, Emma Norton, Andrew Lowe, Luke Schiller), Most attention-grabbing Director (Joanna Hogg), Most attention-grabbing Screenplay (Joanna Hogg), Most attention-grabbing Supporting Actress (Tilda Swinton), Most attention-grabbing Supporting Actor (Richard Ayoade), Most attention-grabbing Costume Create (Grace Snell), Most attention-grabbing Editing (Helle Le Fevre), Most attention-grabbing Produce-Up & Hair (Siobhan Harper -Ryan), Most attention-grabbing Production Create (Stéphane Collonge)

ALI & AVA direct ed by Clio Barnard (seven nominations)
Most attention-grabbing British Fair Movie (Clio Barnard, Tracy O’Riordan), Most attention-grabbing Director (Clio Barnard), Most attention -Grabbing Screenplay (Clio Barnard), Most attention-grabbing Actress (Claire Rushbrook), Most attention-grabbing Actor (Adeel Akhtar), Most attention-grabbing Casting (Shaheen Baig), Most attention-grabbing Music (Connie Farr, Harry Escott)

THE NEST directed by Sean Durkin (six nominations)
Most attention-grabbing British Fair Movie (Sean Durkin, Ed Guiney, Derrin Schlesinger, Rose Garnett, Amy Jackson, Cristina Piovesan), Most attention-grabbing Director (Sean Durkin), Most attention-grabbing Screenplay (Sean Durkin), Most attention-grabbing Actress (Carrie Coon), Most attention-grabbing Actor (Jude Legislation), Most attention-grabbing Cinematography (Mátyás Erdély)

SWEETHEART directed by Marley Morrison (five nominations)
Most attention-grabbing Debut Dir ector (Marley Morrison), Leap forward Producer (Michelle Antoniades), Most attention-grabbing Supporting Actress (Jo Hartley), Leap forward Efficiency (Nell Barlow), Most attention-grabbing Debut Screenwriter (Marley Morrison)

COW directed by Andrea Arnold (four nominations)
Most attention-grabbing Documentary (Andrea Arnold, Kat Mansoor), Most attention-grabbing Cinematography (Magdalena Kowalczyk), Most attention- grabbing Editing (Rebecca Lloyd, Jacob Schulsinger, Nicolas Chaudeurge), Most attention-grabbing Sound (Nicolas Becker, Cyril Holtz, Linda Forsen)

PIRATES directed by Reggie Yates (three nominations)
Most attention-grabbing Debut Screenwriter (Reggie Yates), Most attention-grabbing Casting (Shaheen Baig), Most attention-grabbing Music (Iain Cooke)

BENEDICTION directed by Terence Davies (two nominations)
Most attention-grabbing Screenplay (Terence Davies), Most attention-grabbing Costume Create (Annie Symons)

TRUE THINGS directed by Harry Wootliff (one nomination)
Most attention-grabbing Actress (Ruth Wilson)

PRECIOUS HAIR & BEAUTY directed by John Ogunmuyiwa (one nomination)
Most attention-grabbing British Short Movie (John Ogunmuyiwa, Sophia Gibber, Tony Fare, Lene Bausager)

The British Fair Movie Awards ceremony takes residing on Sunday 5 December.

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