Awards for 1992

BAFTA Film Award

Best Film

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Film not in the English Language

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Actor

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Actress

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Actor in a Supporting Role

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Actress in a Supporting Role

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Direction

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Screenplay - Original

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Screenplay - Adapted

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Cinematography

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Costume Design

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Sound

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Editing

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Special Visual Effects

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Original Film Score

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Short Film

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Animated Film

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Production Design

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Make Up Artist

WINNER

NOMINEES



Michael Balcon Award

WINNER

Academy Fellowship

WINNERS


BAFTA TV Award

Best Film or Video Editor (Fiction)

WINNER

NOMINEES

Casualty: Alan Dixon
For episodes 2, 8 and 12.


Best Film or Video Photography (Factual)

WINNER

Cutting Edge: Diane Tammes
For episode "Casualties".

Best Film or Video Editor (Factual)

WINNER

NOMINEES

The Clothes Show: "editing team"

The South Bank Show: Ian Pitch
For episode "Jose Carreras: A Life Story".

Best Film or Video Photography (Fiction)

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Actor

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Actress

WINNER

NOMINEES



Screen One: Prunella Scales
For episode "A Question of Attribution (#3.8)".

Best Costume Design

WINNER

NOMINEES

Agatha Christie's Poirot: Robin Fraser-Paye
For episodes 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8.


Agatha Christie's Poirot: Elizabeth Waller
For episodes 1, 4, 5, 9 and 10.

Best Sound (Fiction)

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Sound (Factual)

NOMINEE

The South Bank Show: Mike Fainnan, Colin Martin
For the special "Kiri Te Kanawa".

Best Factual Series

WINNER

NOMINEES


Dispatches: David Lloyd

Best Video Lighting

WINNER

NOMINEES

Casualty: Cedric Rich
For episode 8.

Best Single Drama

WINNER

Screen One: John Schlesinger, Innes Lloyd, Alan Bennett
For episode "A Question of Attribution (#3.8)".

NOMINEES

Screen Two: Alan Bennett, Innes Lloyd, Udayan Prasad
For episode "102 Boulevard Haussmann (#7.6)".

Screen One: William Humble, Paul Marcus, Tony Smith
For episode "Hancock (#3.1)".

Best Make Up

WINNER

Casualty: Sue Kneebone
For episodes 2, 5, 6 and 8.

NOMINEES

Agatha Christie's Poirot: Janis Gould
For episodes 2, 3, 6, 7 and 8.

Best Drama Serial

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Children's Programme (Factual)

WINNER

NOMINEE

Best Children's Programme (Fiction)

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Light Entertainment Performance

WINNER

NOMINEES

Mr. Bean: Rowan Atkinson
For episode "The Curse of Mr. Bean".


Best Light Entertainment (Programme or Series)

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Comedy (Programme or Series)

WINNER

NOMINEES

Mr. Bean: Richard Curtis, Robin Driscoll, Rowan Atkinson, John Howard Davies
For episode "The Curse of Mr. Bean".


Best Design

WINNER

NOMINEES


Huw Wheldon Award for the Best Arts Programme

WINNER

Without Walls: Gary Johnstone
For episode "J'accuse: Citizen Kane".

NOMINEES

The South Bank Show: Frances Dickenson
For episode "Terry Gilliam".

The South Bank Show: Chris Rint
For episode "Jose Carreras: A Life Story".

The South Bank Show: Nigel Wattis
For the special "Kiri Te Kanawa".

Best Graphics

NOMINEES


The Clothes Show: Elizabeth Edwards

G.B.H.: Debby Mendoza

Best Drama Series

WINNER

NOMINEES



Best Actuality Coverage

NOMINEE

Newsnight: Timothy Gardam
For "Soviet Coup Collapses".

Best Original Television Music

WINNER

NOMINEES



Flaherty Documentary Award (TV)

WINNER

NOMINEES

World in Action: Ian McBride, Charles Tremayne, Eamon O'Connor
For episode "The Birmingham Six - Their Own Story".

Special Award

Make Up Artist

WINNER

Tom Smith (makeup artist)

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