30 January 2014 4:19 PM, PST | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

It’s that time of the year again when the British Academy of Film and Television Arts celebrates the best of the cinematic world.  With the awards taking place just shy of a month before the Academy Awards, it is time to start making those all-important predictions.

Part 1 will cover:

- Best British Film

- Best Director

- Best Adapted Screenplay

- Best Original Screenplay

- Best Animated Feature

Best British Film

- Gravity

- Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom

- Philomena

- Rush

- Saving Mr Banks

- The Selfish Giant

It is strange not to see Mandela and Saving Mr Banks more heavily featured in this year’s awards season, especially the former as it centres around such a prolific person.  Aside the debate that it isn’t a “British film”, Gravity has made the most impact worldwide, winning the hearts of critics and film fans around the world. »

- Katie Wong

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