Awards for 2008

BAFTA Film Award

Best Film Not in the English Language

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Best Film

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Best Leading Actor

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Best Leading Actress

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Best Supporting Actor

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Best Supporting Actress

WINNER

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Best Screenplay - Original

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Best Screenplay - Adapted

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Best Cinematography

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Best Production Design/Art Direction

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La Vie en Rose: Olivier Raoux (production designer), Stanislas Reydellet (art director) (Légende Films (production company), TF1 International (co-production), TF1 Films Production (co-production), Okko Productions (co-production), Songbird Pictures (co-production))

Best Costume Design

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Best Sound

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Best Editing

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No Country for Old Men: Ethan Coen (as Roderick Jaynes), Joel Coen (as Roderick Jaynes)

Best Special Visual Effects

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Best Short Film

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Best Short Animation

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Best Animated Film

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Best Make Up & Hair

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Best Production Design

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Carl Foreman Award for the Most Promising Newcomer

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Taking Liberties: Chris Atkins (director/writer)

Rising Star Award

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60 Seconds of Fame - Best Regional Film

Wales

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North East and cumbria

WINNER

Academy Fellowship

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BAFTA TV Award

Best Actor

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Best Actress

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Best Director - Fiction/Entertainment

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Best Director - Factual

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Best Costume Design

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Best Sound (Factual)

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Seven Ages of Rock: Peter Davies (dubbing mixer), Paul Cowgill (dubbing editor), Rhys Summers (sound recordist)

Best Sound Factual

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Best Sound Fiction/Entertainment

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Doctor Who: (BBC Wales (sound team))


Best Editing - Fiction/Entertainment

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Best Editing - Factual

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Best Visual Effects

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Fight for Life: Philip Dobree (visual effects supervisor) (Jellyfish Pictures (visual effects))

NOMINEE

Rome: "visual effects team"

Best Single Documentary

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Best Factual Series

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Best Situation Comedy

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Best Specialist Factual

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Best Photography and Lighting - Fiction/Entertainment

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Best Production Design

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Factual Series

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Best Photography - Factual

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Best Drama Series

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Best Writer

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Doctor Who: Steven Moffat
For episode "Blink"

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Best Make Up & Hair Design

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My Boy Jack: Morna Ferguson, Lorraine Glynn

NOMINEES



Best Single Drama

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Best Drama Serial

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Best Titles

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Best Continuing Drama

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Holby City: "production team"

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EastEnders: "production team"

Break-Through Talent

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Skins: "writing team"

Boy A: Mark O'Rowe (writer)

A Very British Sex Scandal: Patrick Reams (producer/director/writer)

Best Entertainment Performance

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Best Comedy Performance

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Extras: Stephen Merchant
For the christmas special.


Best Comedy Programme

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Best International

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Best Original Television Music

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Audience Award (TV)

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The Apprentice: Michele Kurland (producer) (Talkback Thames (production company))

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