Awards for 1971

BAFTA Film Award

Best Film

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Best Actor

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Best Actress

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Best Supporting Actor

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Best Supporting Actress

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Best Direction

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Best Screenplay

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Best Cinematography

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Best Art Direction

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Best Costume Design

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Best Sound Track

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Best Film Editing

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Best Short Film

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Best Animated Film

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Best Specialised Film

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Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles

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Flaherty Documentary Award

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Sad Song of Yellow Skin: (National Film Board of Canada)

UN Award

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The Confession
Directed by 'Costa-Gavras' and Produced by 'Robert Dorfmann'

Academy Fellowship

WINNER

BAFTA TV Award

Best Actor

WINNER

The Six Wives of Henry VIII, BBC Play of the Month: Keith Michell
For episode "An Ideal Husband (#4.9)".

NOMINEES

The Wednesday Play, Biography: Michael Jayston
For episode "Mad Jack (#1.161)".



Play for Today, The Great Inimitable Mr. Dickens, BBC Play of the Month: Anthony Hopkins
For episode "Hearts and Flowers".
For episode "Danton (#1.1)".

Best Actress

WINNER

The Six Wives of Henry VIII: Annette Crosbie
For episode "Catherine of Aragon".

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BBC Play of the Month: Glenda Jackson
For episode "Howards End (#5.7)".

Play for Today, The Spoils of Poynton: Gemma Jones
For episode "The Lie (#1.3)".

Best Specialised Production

WINNER

On Trial: Christopher Burstall
For episode "The Chicago Conspiracy Trial".

NOMINEES

Aquarius: Humphrey Burton, "production team"

Omnibus: Ken Russell
For episode "Dance of the Seven Veils".

Omnibus: Michael Houldey
For episode "I Regret Nothing".

Omnibus: Fred Bumley
For episode "A Requiem For Modigliani".

Best Factual Production

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Horizon: Peter Goodchild, "production team"

Man Alive: Desmond Wilcox, Bill Morton, "production team"

Man Alive: Jenny Barraclough
For episode "Gale Is Dead".

World in Action: "production team"

Best Light Entertainment Production

WINNER

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General

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Special Award

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Best Light Entertainment Performance

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Best Script

WINNER

Play for Today, Armchair Theatre, ITV Saturday Night Theatre: Colin Welland
For episode "The Halleujah Handshake".

NOMINEES

On Trial: Stuart Hood
For episode "The Chicago Conspiracy Trial".


The Six Wives of Henry VIII: Rosemary Anne Sisson
For episode "Catherine of Aragon".

Best Drama Production

WINNER

Play for Today: Alan Bridges
For episode "The Lie (#1.3)".

NOMINEES



The Six Wives of Henry VIII: John Glenister
For episode "Catherine of Aragon".


The Wednesday Play: Jack Gold
For episode "Mad Jack (#1.161)".

Best Design

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BBC Play of the Month: Eileen Diss
For episode "Uncle Vanya".

Shell International Award

WINNER

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