(Photo by Henry Nicholls / Reuters) Laureates of the primary selections of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) have been declared, reports RT.
In the «Best Film» classification, the champ was the show of the Mexican chief Alfons Cuaron «Roma», which recounts the tale of a family from Mexico that occurred during the 1970s. What’s more, Cuaron won the selection «Best Director’s Work.»
The chronicled film by Yorgos Lantimos «Top pick» about Queen Anne Stewart in England has turned into the best British film. Performing artists Olivia Coleman and Rachel Weiss got the Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor assignments for their work in this film.
Rami Malek won in the selection «Best Male Role», playing Freddie Mercury in the film «Bohemian Rhapsody». Prior it was accounted for that BAFTA prohibited the executive of this film, Brian Singer, from among the candidates after he was blamed for inappropriate behavior.