The nominees for the 2024 BAFTA film awards are being revealed in London on Thursday. Actors Naomi Ackie and Kingsley Ben-Adir are unveiling the noms at noon local time (7 a.m. ET, 4 a.m. PT) in a livestream from the British Academy’s headquarters at 195 Piccadilly in the British capital.
Earlier this month, the longlists for each category — the results of the first round of voting for the honors — were revealed. They were led by Greta Gerwig’s pink juggernaut Barbie, Christopher Nolan’s biographical epic Oppenheimer and Martin Scorsese’s Western crime drama Killers of the Flower Moon with 15 mentions each, followed by Yorgos Lanthimos’ science fantasy Poor Things with 14. Maestro earned 12 mentions on the longlists and Saltburn 11, while The Zone of Interest and All of Us Strangers got 10 each.
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The final winners will be unveiled and presented with their awards at the 77th BAFTA film awards ceremony, set to take place Sunday, Feb. 18, at London’s Royal Festival Hall, which serves as the ceremony’s venue for the second year in a row after several years at Royal Albert Hall.
Scottish actor David Tennant (Doctor Who, Inside Man) will host this year’s awards ceremony. In the U.K., BBC One and BBC streamer iPlayer will show the ceremony. Streamer BritBox International will show the ceremony in the U.S., Canada, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Norway and South Africa.
Netflix’s anti-war epic All Quiet on the Western Front led the 2023 pack of BAFTA nominees with a record-equaling haul of 14 nods. The film received the greatest number of BAFTA noms since 2011 (when The King’s Speech landed 14) and tied with Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon for BAFTA’s most nominated foreign-language film in history.
Watch the 2024 film awards nominations announcement, livestreamed via BAFTA’s YouTube account, below.
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