‘la la land’ dominates baftas, dev patel wins for ‘lion’

London, Feb 13 Director Damien Chazelle’s musical “La La Land” continued its award dominance by taking five trophies, including the best film and best actress for Emma Stone, at the 70th british academy Film Awards, which also recognised British- Indian star Dev Patel in the best supporting actor category for “Lion”.

“La La Land”, which also won Chazelle a best director Bafta, is expected to sustain its momentum at the Oscars on February 26 where it has scored a record 14 nominations.

Viola Davis won the best supporting actress prize for “Fences”. Ancestry dna reviews Having won the other major awards this season as well, Davis is a strong contender at the Oscars too.

While the Golden Globes were dominated by Meryl Streep’s moving speech criticising US President Donald Trump, he was not mentioned that much at the Baftas though Stone referred to him indirectly while accepting her best actress trophy.

“In a time that’s so divisive, I think it’s so special we were able to come together tonight thanks to Bafta, to celebrate the positive gift of creativity and how it can transcend borders and how it can help people to feel a little less alone,” Stone said.


Patel, 26, was greeted with a round of applause as he accepted the prize for best supporting actor for “Lion”, about a man who was adopted as a child and is trying to find his family in India through the help of google maps.

“Arrival”, which was nominated for nine Baftas alongside “Nocturnal Animals”, won just one trophy for best sound while the Tom Ford-directed movie had to return empty handed.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were guests of honour at the star-studded ceremony, held at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Cbs sports fantasy football cheat sheet They were there to award the fellowship to veteran actor and comedian Mel Brooks. Pony softball MORE Loach, director of “I, Daniel Blake” which deals with the

He apologised for making a political speech so early on, but said: “Thank you to the academy for endorsing the truths of what the film says, which hundreds and thousands of people in this country know.

“The most vulnerable and poorest are treated by the government with a callous brutality that is disgraceful, a brutality that extends to keeping out refugee children we promised to help and that’s a disgrace too.”

London, Feb 13 Director Damien Chazelle’s musical “La La Land” continued its award dominance by taking five trophies, including the best film and best actress for Emma Stone, at the 70th british academy Film Awards, which also recognised British- Indian star Dev Patel in the best supporting actor category for “Lion”.

“La La Land”, which also won Chazelle a best director Bafta, is expected to sustain its momentum at the Oscars on February 26 where it has scored a record 14 nominations.

Viola Davis won the best supporting actress prize for “Fences”. Rawlings custom gloves Having won the other major awards this season as well, Davis is a strong contender at the Oscars too.

While the Golden Globes were dominated by Meryl Streep’s moving speech criticising US President Donald Trump, he was not mentioned that much at the Baftas though Stone referred to him indirectly while accepting her best actress trophy.

“In a time that’s so divisive, I think it’s so special we were able to come together tonight thanks to Bafta, to celebrate the positive gift of creativity and how it can transcend borders and how it can help people to feel a little less alone,” Stone said.

Patel, 26, was greeted with a round of applause as he accepted the prize for best supporting actor for “Lion”, about a man who was adopted as a child and is trying to find his family in India through the help of google maps.

“Arrival”, which was nominated for nine Baftas alongside “Nocturnal Animals”, won just one trophy for best sound while the Tom Ford-directed movie had to return empty handed.

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge were guests of honour at the star-studded ceremony, held at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Basketball rio 2016 live They were there to award the fellowship to veteran actor and comedian Mel Brooks. Diy landscaping MORE Loach, director of “I, Daniel Blake” which deals with the

He apologised for making a political speech so early on, but said: “Thank you to the academy for endorsing the truths of what the film says, which hundreds and thousands of people in this country know.

“The most vulnerable and poorest are treated by the government with a callous brutality that is disgraceful, a brutality that extends to keeping out refugee children we promised to help and that’s a disgrace too.”

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