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British Academy Film Awards 2018 Odds

Next to Golden Globes and the Academy Awards, one of the most recognized movie awards show are the BAFTA's are British Academy Film Awards. The awards are usually held in February just a few weeks before the winners of the Oscars are announced. Golden Globes and BAFTA’s can provide early winners and Oscars mostly rewrite those winners.

In 2016, the 70th award show was held and La La Land led the nominations, with 11 nominations in total. They managed to win five of those, including Best Film and Best Director for Damien Chazelle. Arrival had nine nominations but ended up with only one win, which was for best Sound. Interestingly, La La Land came out victorious at the Academy Awards as well, winning six awards including Best Director.

While it may be early to predict the possible BAFTA awards contenders for 2018, the movie season unofficially began with the Sundance Film Festival and will go through Cannes later in May. There are so many titles being released throughout the year and traditionally many of contenders go out in the last quarter of the year. We will take a look at some possible candidates.

“Get out” is one of the best movies of the year so far, with critics particularly praising the screenplay and message for the young comedian Jordan Peele. While it is described as a comedy horror movie, it may get some nominations and a possible win for writing. An incredible 99% ratings at Rotten Tomatoes certainly speaks for itself.

With the great success of “Moonlight” and the portrayal of the a same-sex relationship, it became clear that those formulas might work for a movie. Here we have an absolute hit, which premiered on Sundance in January. “Call me by your name” from director Luca Guadagnino portrays a love story between two guys in 80s Italy. It will be interesting to see whether the BAFTA will “fall” twice for the same message, but it has received universal acclaim so far.

Christopher Nolan returns to directing for the first time since Interstellar, a highly acclaimed movie from 2014. He did not receive nominations for that movie at BAFTA’s nor has he ever won it, being nominated three times, all for Inception. Dunkirk is a World War II themed movie that is scheduled to a release in July, with Tom Hardy playing the lead role. While it is expected to hit the box office, it might also be Nolan’s first major win at an acclaimed award show, since he never won an Academy award, Golden Globe or a BAFTA.

Certainly one of the most interesting and anticipated titles to be released in 2017 is the movie “The Current War”, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and Michael Shannon as godfathers of electricity, Thomas Edison and George Westinghouse respectively. It is directed by Alfonso Gomez-Rejon, who makes his first major movie. A great period piece, with huge potential to win awards, The Current War might be the winner of the BAFTA awards, if Gomez-Rejon delivers with directing.

We still have over ten months before the awards take place, but only five more months before the movie season closes. We might get new titles, but there is a good chance that these movie will play a major role there.

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