By Emily Lupton

Inside Film at the BAFTAs

16/02/14 Reverse order Timestamp format


  1. Welcome to Inside Film's live coverage of the BAFTAs 2014! Keep following us for all the news as it happens. http://insidefilm.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk/

    EECL Emily Lupton
  2. Liveblogging the 2014 BAFTAs tonight will be myself and my cohort, Josh Russell. Say hello Josh!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  3. Hello!

    JR Josh Russell
  4. We hope everyone's watching the pre-BAFTAs red carpet show on BBC3 right now!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  5. It's Mr Crisps himself, Gary Lineker!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  6. "Leo will you marry me!?" We're right there with you random stranger in the crowd.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  7. And it's Mr Steve Coogan. Aha!

    JR Josh Russell
  8. Edith Bowman has nice hair.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  9. If you like the "shot out of a cannon" look.

    JR Josh Russell
  10. Stephen Fry: "If you're going to win for writing, you can at least speak properly."

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  11. Leonardo DiCaprio: "I never really expect to win anything."

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  12. Cue z list celebrities talking about better celebrities.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  13. And here it is, time for the 2014 BAFTAs!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  14. And here's Stephen Fry, who hosts the BAFTAs for his 9th time tonight!

    JR Josh Russell
  15. Stephen Fry is "humbled honored and in the best sense of the word, paid to be here."

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  16. Stephen Fry is jealous of Christian Bale's weight loss. Stephen, you've done a pretty damn good job yourself.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  17. The Duke of Cambridge is up for best actor for his role in The Queen.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  18. He's rapping into a carrot.

    JR Josh Russell
  19. Laura Mvula and Tinie Tempah are on stage singing "Heroes" a lovely little compilation.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  20. The song is inspired by film scores and theme songs. You can definitely catch a hint of Goldfinger.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  21. The drunk and naked British public are loved too!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  22. [email protected]TinieTempah delighting Emma Thompson and Martin Scorsese with his performance at the #EEBAFTAs. pic.twitter.com/urvm7lUJvv
    NS Nathan Spendelow
  23. It's Oprah! "You get a BAFTA! you get a BAFTA!"

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  24. Fun fact: During production of Rush neither of the actors were allowed to drive Formula 1 cars, having to use Formula 3 cars with F1 bodywork instead.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  25. And the BAFTA for Outstanding British Film goes to Gravity!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  26. Gravity's space debris scenario is a real possibility. This scenario is known as the Kessler syndrome, named after NASA scientist Donald J. Kessler in 1978.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  27. Gravity is George Clooney's first feature to break the $100 million mark since his role in The Perfect Storm back in 2000.

    JR Josh Russell
  28. Now for the award for Animated Film.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  29. The nominations for best Animated Film are: Frozen, Despicable Me 2 and Monsters University

    JR Josh Russell
  30. And the winner for Best Animated Film is Frozen!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  31. Frozen is the first female director for a Disney film, Jennifer Lee.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  32. Frozen was our pick for Best Animated Film, we don't like to brag or anything though.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  33. Now it's time for the first of the previews for Best Film, American Hustle.

    JR Josh Russell
  34. Christian Bale is my favourite, but we'll keep that secret.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  35. Stephen Fry is quite the seafood connoisseur.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  36. It's the nominees for outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  37. We love Kelly Marcel here at Inside Film, she's a lovely woman.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  38. He's out of breath, must've been sat at the back.

    JR Josh Russell
  39. Kieran Evans for Kelly + Victor grabbed the BAFTA for Outstanding Debut for British writer, director or producer.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  40. That's a mouthful.

    JR Josh Russell
  41. And it's Emma Thompson giving us the nominees for Best Supporting Actor.

    JR Josh Russell
  42. In a lovely red dress.

    JR Josh Russell
  43. The nominees for Best Supporting Actor are Daniel Bruhl - Rush, Barkhad Abdi - Captain Philips, Matt Damon - Behind the Candelabra, Michael Fassbender - 12 Years a Slave and Bradley Cooper - American Hustle.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  44. And the winner for Best Supporting Actor is Barkhad Abdi!

    JR Josh Russell
  45. He looks terrified, bless him.

    JR Josh Russell
  46. Barkhad Abdi had no previous acting experience and was a chauffeur when he got the job.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  47. It's Captain Philips' turn for the Best Film preview, I love Tom Hanks.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  48. The film is based on 2010 book “A Captains Duty”, written by the real life Captain Phillips.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  49. Director Paul Greengrass did not let Tom Hanks meet any of Somali Actors until it was time to shoot. This was an intentional decision in order to create tension in the scene.

    JR Josh Russell
  50. Tom Hanks rhymes with something naughty according to Mr Fry.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  51. It's time for the Cinematography award!

    JR Josh Russell
  52. The nominees are - Gravity, Inside Llewyn Davis, 12 Years a Slave, Captain Phillips and Nebraska

    JR Josh Russell
  53. And the winner for Best Cinematography is Gravity! Emmanuel Lubezki did a cracking job.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  54. Emmanuel Lubezki is in the desert filming. I bet he's a bit sweaty.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  55. Someone up there doesn't like him. First space, now the desert.

    JR Josh Russell
  56. It's gotta be Let it Go, surely?

    @Inside_Film what do you think is the best song from Frozen?
    NS Nathan Spendelow
  57. The nominees for Best Supporting Actress are: Jennifer Lawrence - American Hustle, Sally Hawkins - Blue Jasmine, Lupito N'yongo - 12 Years a Slave, Julia Roberts, August: Osage County, Oprah Winfrey, The Butler.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  58. And the winner for best Supporting Actress is... Jennifer Lawrence!

    JR Josh Russell
  59. This is Jennifer Lawrence's first ever BAFTA!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  60. Stop drinking Stephen!

    JR Josh Russell
  61. Philomena is phenomenal.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  62. And it's the Best Film preview for Philomena

    JR Josh Russell
  63. Philomena Lee herself has said that Judi Dench portrayed her “so well”, and that they “got on so well”.

    JR Josh Russell
  64. Best Support? Surely that award needs to go to whoever designed those plunging dresses for American Hustle? #EEBAFTAs pic.twitter.com/qQLz43x2CM
    NS Nathan Spendelow
  65. There's so many good ones! We've decided to predict Gravity.

    @Inside_Film Who do you think will win best picture?
    NS Nathan Spendelow
  66. And this is the award for Outstanding British Contribution for Peter Greenaway.

    JR Josh Russell
  67. Because he's really good.

    JR Josh Russell
  68. Hold for a minor technical hiccup.

    JR Josh Russell
  69. Laptop is being silly. Time for a replacement!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  70. It's Stanley Tucci introducing.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  71. The nominees for Best Original Screenplay are: Bob Nelson - Nebraska, Woody Allen - Blue Jasmine, Alfonso Cuaron and Jonas Cuaron - Gravity, Eric Warren Singer and David O'Russell - American Hustle, Joal and Ethan Coen - Inside Llewyn Davis.

    JR Josh Russell
  72. And the winner for Best Original Screenplay is American Hustle!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  73. Gravity and American Hustle currently have 2 BAFTAs under their belt.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  74. 12 Year's a Slave get their Best Film preview now, a truly moving film. (It may or may not have made me cry).

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  75. Along with Gravity, this is the first film to tie for Best Picture at the Producer Guild Awards.

    JR Josh Russell
  76. It's Amy Adams, presenting the award for Best Adapted Screenplay.

    JR Josh Russell
  77. It's Isla Fisher, I mean, Amy Adams.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  78. The nominations for Best Adapted Screenplay are The Wolf of Wall Street, Captain Philips, 12 Years a Slave, Behind the Candelabra and Philomena

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    NS Nathan Spendelow
  79. And the winner is Steve Coogan for Philomena!

    JR Josh Russell
  80. Also Jeff Pope. Sorry Jeff, too excited about Alan.

    JR Josh Russell
  81. Amy Adams looks radiant at the podium as she presents the Adapted Screenplay award. #EEBAFTAs pic.twitter.com/etZdlaRcH1
    NS Nathan Spendelow
  82. It's the EE Rising Star Award!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  83. And the winner of the Rising Star award is... Will Poulter!

    JR Josh Russell
  84. Will Poulter is the same age as all of us, he's accomplished so much.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  85. Don't cry Will!

    JR Josh Russell
  86. Here's a shortened list of those who can't be with us: Shirley Temple, Joan Fontaine, Elmore Leonard, Saul Zaentz, Julie Harris, Ray Dolby, Graham Stark, Stephanie McMillan, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ray Harryhaussen, Esther Williams, Gerry Hambling, Vic Hammond, Eleanor Parker, Bryan Forbes, Paul Walker, Deanna Durbin, Antonia Bird, Peter O'Toole.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  87. Well that was sad.

    JR Josh Russell
  88. And now is the preview for Gravity, Best Film Award

    JR Josh Russell
  89. The opening scene for Gravity, establishing the shot of Earth with Dr. Stone detaching from the structure, is a single continuous shot lasting about twelve and a half minutes.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  90. Oh and Gravity was filmed entirely on Earth.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  91. Was it? Had me fooled.

    JR Josh Russell
  92. And here are the nominations for Best Leading Actor, presented by Uma Thurman

    JR Josh Russell
  93. The nominations are: Christian Bale, Bruce Dern, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Tom Hanks, and Leonardo DiCaprio.

    JR Josh Russell
  94. And the winner for Best Leading Actor is Chiwetel Ejiofor, he delivered a stunning performance, 12 Years a Slave.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  95. When will Leo win one? Poor lad.

    JR Josh Russell
  96. But seriously, amazing performance from Mr Ejiofor.

    JR Josh Russell
  97. We don't know either, poor guy. Here's hoping the Oscars are kind.

    @Inside_Film Why did Leonardo DiCaprio not win Best Leading Actor?! Why has this Hollywood legend never won a BAFTA or Oscar? #EEBAFTAs
    NS Nathan Spendelow
  98. If you tilt your head it looks normal.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  99. Strangely, none of the leading actor nominees have won a BAFTA before. Yet Judi Dench has won it 6 times!

    @Inside_Film how many of those nominees had won bafta a before?
    NS Nathan Spendelow
  100. Best Director is next and the nominees are: Paul Greengrass- Captain Philips, Steve Mcqueen - 12 Years a Slave, David O'Russell - American Hustle, Alfonso Cuaron - Gravity and Martin Scorsese - The Wolf of Wall Street.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  101. And the winner of Best Director is Alfonso Cuaron!

    JR Josh Russell
  102. And what a film it was.

    JR Josh Russell
  103. Alfonso Cuaron just picked up his second BAFTA of the night.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  104. Alfonso Cuaron also directed the third Harry Potter movie.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  105. Taking great care not to mis-spell Sandra's last name. It's one vowel away from humiliation.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  106. Here's Tom Hardy with the nominees for Leading Actress: Cate Blanchett, Emma Thompson, Amy Adams, Sandra Bullock and Judi Dench.

    JR Josh Russell
  107. And the winner for Best Leading Actress is Cate Blanchett for Blue Jasmine!

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  108. To prepare for the role, Blanchett claims to have “drank a lot of rose and done a lot of people watching”

    JR Josh Russell
  109. Cate Blanchett has dedicated the award to the late and great Phillip Seymour Hoffman.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  110. And it's Best Film time!

    JR Josh Russell
  111. Oh I love Christoph Waltz.

    JR Josh Russell
  112. The nominees for Best Film are: Gravity, 12 Years a Slave, American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Philomena.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  113. And the Best Film award at the 2014 BAFTAs goes to...

    JR Josh Russell
  114. 12 Years a Slave!

    JR Josh Russell
  115. Look at the beard on that.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  116. "Right now there are 21 million people in slavery." The film has a very hard hitting message.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  117. That was a bit risky Jeremy Irons.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  118. Is that a red laser dot on his chest?

    JR Josh Russell
  119. Breaking: The next James Bond movie villain is Jeremy Irons.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  120. Basically Dame Helen Mirren is very good at her job.

    JR Josh Russell
  121. Dame Helen Mirren wins the Fellowship Award. The original winner was Frodo, but he abandoned the fellowship fairly early on.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  122. So that's it for the 2014 BAFTA award ceremony. Thanks so much for joining us and please feel free to check out http://insidefilm.blogs.lincoln.ac.uk.

    NS Nathan Spendelow
  123. It's been a blast guys. Thanks again for joining in, stick with Inside Film for all your film related fun and see you soon!

    JR Josh Russell