Awards for 1975

BAFTA Film Award

Best Film

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Actor

WINNER

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Best Actress

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Supporting Actor

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Supporting Actress

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Direction

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Screenplay

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Cinematography

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Art Direction

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Costume Design

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Sound Track

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Film Editing

WINNER

NOMINEES



John Grierson Award

WINNER

Location North Sea: unknown

NOMINEES

Acting in Turn: unknown

Facets of Glass: unknown

The Quiet Land: unknown

Best Animated Film

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Specialised Film

WINNER

Monet in London: unknown

NOMINEES

Adventure in Colour: unknown

Child II: unknown

Nobody's Fault: unknown

Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles

WINNER

NOMINEES


Flaherty Documentary Award

WINNER

NOMINEES


Trad: unknown

Academy Fellowship

WINNER

BAFTA TV Award

Best Actor

WINNER

Crown Matrimonial: Peter Barkworth

NOMINEES


ITV Playhouse: Michael Bryant
For episode "Mr. Axelford's Angel".

Best Actress

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Drama Series/Serial

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Factual Series

WINNER

NOMINEE

The World at War: Jeremy Isaacs
For episodes 9 - 26.

Best Situation Comedy

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Specialised Programme

WINNER

Horizon: Brian Gibson
For episode "Joey".

NOMINEES

Omnibus: Gavin Millar
For episode "The Goldwyn Touch".

Omnibus: Colin Nears
For episode "Joseph Conrad".

Best Light Entertainment Programme

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Light Entertainment Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Factual Programme

NOMINEE

The World at War: Michael Darlow
For episode 'Genocide'.

Best Specialised Series

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Design

WINNER

NOMINEES



'Harlequin'

WINNERS


Best Single Play

WINNER

NOMINEES

Centre Play: Jack Gold
For episode "God Bless Thee, Jackie Madison".

ITV Playhouse: John Frankau
For episode "Mr. Axelford's Angel".

BBC Play of the Month: James MacTaggart
For episode "Robinson Crusoe".

ITV Saturday Night Theatre: Jack Gold
For episode "Catholics (#6.9)".

Richard Dimbleby Award

WINNER

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