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The film based on the World War has created a new record at BAFTA

The film based on the World War has created a new record at BAFTA

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The film based on the World War has created a new record at BAFTA

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At the 76th British Academy Film Awards, the anti-war German film 'All Quiet on the Western Front' won a record seven awards, including Best Film and Best Director. The BAFTA authorities announced the award at London's Royal Festival Hall at midnight on Sunday Bangladesh time.

The film won the highest award for a non-English language film in the Bafta's nearly seven-and-a-half-decade history. Earlier, Italy's 'Cinema Paradise' won the most non-Egyptian language film at BAFTA in 1988 with five awards.
The film was produced by Edward Berger and based on German writer Erich Maria Romarck's 'All Quiet on the Western Front'. The film has been nominated in 14 categories at this year's awards. It was the biggest-budget German film released on Netflix last year. The film became a global sensation after its release last year.

It was followed by 'The Banshees of Inishreen' and 'Elvis' who bagged the second-highest awards in four categories. Among them, the movie 'The Banshees of Inisharin' won the maximum 4 categories at the 80th Golden Globe.

List of awards

best movie:

All is quiet on the Western Front

The best British movies:

Descendant of Inishreen

Best new British creator, producer, and writer:

Charlotte Wells

Best Non-English Language Film:

All is quiet on the Western Front

Best Documentary:


Best Animated Movie:

Guillermo del Toro's Pinocchio

best director:

Edward Berger (All Quiet on the Western Front)

Best Original Screenplay:

Martin McDonagh (The Banshees of Inishreen)

Best Adapted Screenplay:

Edward Berger, Ian Stoeckel, and Leslie Peterson (All Quiet on the Western Front)

best actor:

Austin Butler (Elvis)

best actress:

Cate Blanchett (Tar)

Best Supporting Actor:

Barry Keon (Banshee of Inishreen)

Best Supporting Actress:

Carrie Condon (Flute of Inishreen)

Best original score:

Volker Beitelmann (All Quiet on the Western Front)

Best casting:

Nicky Barrett and Dennis Chemien (Elvis)

Best Cinematography:

James Friend (All Quiet on the Western Front)

Best edit:

Paul Rogers (Everything Everything All a Once)

Best production design:

Florencia Martin and Anthony Caralino (Babylon)

Best dress design:

Catherine Martin (Elvis)

best dress:

Shane Thomas, Lewis Coston, Mark Coulier, and Barry Gower (Elvis)

Best voiceover:

Lars Ginzel, Frank Kruse, Victor Pracil, and Markus Stemmer (All Quiet on the Western Front)

Best visual effects:

Richard Baneham, Daniel Barrett, Joe Lettari, and Eric Siddon (Avatar the Way of Water)

Best British Short Animation Film:

The Boy, The Mall, The Fox, and the Horse

Best British Short Film:

An Irish Farewell

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