BAFTA 2019 – Outstanding British Film

Best Feature

Best Director

Leading Actress

Leading Actor

Supp. Actor

Supp. Actress

Animated Feature

Original Scrn-play

Adapted Scrn-play

Foreign Lang.


Visual Effects

Original Music

Costume Design

Make Up & Hair


Prod. Design

Best Sound











  • BEAST Michael Pearce, Kristian Brodie, Lauren Dark, Ivana MacKinnon
  • BOHEMIAN RHAPSODY Bryan Singer, Graham King, Anthony McCarten
  • THE FAVOURITE Yorgos Lanthimos, Ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney, Lee Magiday, Deborah Davis, Tony McNamara
  • McQUEEN Ian Bonhôte, Peter Ettedgui, Andee Ryder, Nick Taussig
  • STAN & OLLIE Jon S. Baird, Faye Ward, Jeff Pope
  • YOU WERE NEVER REALLY HERE Lynne Ramsay, Rosa Attab, Pascal Caucheteux, James Wilson

The Bookies Favourites:

  1. The Favourite 4/6
  2. Bohemian Rhapsody 2/1
  3. Stan & Ollie 16/1

Our Winner:

  • Stan & Ollie – Rather than go for the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, Stan & Ollie is a very British film about what happens when the magic has waned. The wonderful performances and perfectly pitched pathos makes the film a real joy that deserves its plaudits.

The BAFTA Winner

  • The Favourite

MovieViews Reviews:

Beast 2018 It is a shame the film was marketed as some kind of adult fairytale, as in reality is tense mystery thriller with a chilling air. Jesse Buckley plays lead character Mol to perfection as she fights against over-protective parents and a hidden past. Gordon 8
Bohemian Rhapsody 2018 The acting is atrocious, the story so cleansed it isn't really a biopic at all and the cinematography gives everything a TV movie colourised glow that makes everything look staged. But for all that I still found myself enjoying the cheesiness of it all. Gordon 6
Stan & Ollie 2018 Telling the story of how the magic ended, this is in many places this is an incredibly sad film, but Coogan and Reilly capture the characters so well that their beautiful friendship and fantastic comedy shines through. Gordon 8
The Favourite 2018 A quirky period tale of two cousins fighting for the attentions of the Queen. Coleman and Stone are superb and the direction inventive, but the story sags quite heavily before a polarising end. Gordon 8
You Were Never Really Here 2017 Joaquin Phoenix is as good as usual but the film's haphazard style had me on edge far more than the unconvincing plot. Gordon 6
You Were Never Really Here 2017 Packed with stylish cinematography and Joaquin Phoenix is captivating in the lead role, but the story is bewildering and it's exhausting to try and follow what is going on. Mat 5

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