The 2018 Bafta awards, Kate Middleton, sexual violence

The gala which delivers the Anglo-Saxon awards, the BAFTA 2018 took place on Sunday February 18 at the Royal Albert Hall in London for the second consecutive year, following the move from the Royal Opera House.

Joanna Lumley replaced Stephen Fry, who led the ceremony for 7 years.

The first BAFTAs were awarded in 1949. The main nominees for this 2018 vintage were The Shape of Water.directed by Guillermo del Toro, he was favorite for a total of 12 awards with Darkest Hour and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri each receiving nine awards.

Blade Runner 2049, Dunkirk, I, Tonya, Call me by your name and Phantom Thread, were also nominated for multiple awards. The 2018 BAFTAs were live on BBC One on Sunday February 18. The star-studded ceremony was also streamed live on the official BAFTA Facebook page and she is still there.

The laureats

The British Academy of Arts Movie theater and television (BAFTA) awarded the 2018 EE Rising Star Award. This award is to honor young talents who have impressed the British public. This is Daniel Kaluuya who wonjust as he earned Oscar, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations for his role as Chris Washington in the horror film Get Out.

The stars turned out in droves for the trophy presentation ceremony held at the Royal Albert Hall in London, to see Three Billboards win the top prize of the evening, thus delighting the award for best British film.

By the end of the show, the film had gleaned four more, including the prestigious Best Picture and Leading Actress tributes.

Frances McDormand beat out Annette Bening, Margot Robbie (I, Tonya), Sally Hawkins (The Shape of Water) and Saoirse Ronan (Lady Bird) to win Best Actress for her portrayal of Mildred Hayes, a woman who seeks to track down the man who raped and murdered her daughter by using three abandoned billboards to spread her message.

In his speech, she mentioned the fact that she didn’t wear an all-black ensemble, just like her fellow actresseswho supported the Time’s Up initiative in support of the fight against sexual harassment.

“I have a little trouble with compliance. But I want you to know that I stand in solidarity with my sisters tonight in black,” she said. I confess to a well-organized act of civil disobedience. I’m thrilled that activists around the world have felt inspired by Three Billboards.

Frances McDormand’s Three Billboards drama receives a total of nine awardswinning Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor, Leading Actress, Best Original Screenplay and Best British Film.

which leaves predict a warm welcome for the feature film in the running for the Oscar race.

During this time, Gary Oldman received the Lead Actor Award for his role as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour, beating Daniel Day-Lewis (Ghost Wire), Daniel Kaluuya (Coming Out), Jamie Bell (Film Stars Don’t Die in Liverpool) and Timothée Chalamet (Call me by your name)

“Tonight remains even more special because I can share it with my three sons and my beautiful wife Giselle,” said the comedian.

Sam Rockwell, Three Billboards: The Billboards of Vengeance is awarded Best Supporting Actor and receives the Bronze Mask from Lupita Nyong’o.

Allison Janney won Best Supporting Actress for her portrayal in I, Tonya as Tonya Harding’s mother. She joked that she graduated not from the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, but from a two-week summer program there, which explained her presence here tonight.

Guillermo Del Toro won the BAFTA for Best Director for The Shape of Water. Despite 12 nominations. They only received three accolades: best production direction and best original score.

Call Me By Your Name walked away with the Best Adapted Screenplay award. The famous American screenwriter James Ivory89, looked dapper in a black suit and bow tie when he received the award.

Sir Ridley Scott has been honored and celebrated for his entire career.

A dark green dress for Kate, Time’s Up and an unfeminine victory

But his belt and his bag seemed quite black. A sign of support?

Kate wore a dark green evening gown by British designer Jenny Packham. This concludes weeks of suspense over wearing black to support Hollywood’s position against sexual harassment. The label will have been right in its decision. Almost every actress on the red carpet at London’s Royal Albert Hall last night wore black, including A-listers Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence and Margot Robbie, making the choice of Kate Middleton even more unique.

Kate donned an empire line dress in a deep shade of green, which was complemented by a dazzling emerald necklace and earrings. Maybe in a subtle wink at the move, she accessorized her outfit with a black sash above her baby bump.

Of course, after the Harvey Weinstein affair, sexual harassment was the subject of a speech during the evening, while the stars took to the red carpet, dressed in black to support the “Time’s up” campaign..

In his opening speech, Jane Lush, the Director of the Academy explained: “Our industry has gone through a difficult year. Courageous revelations of sexual harassment and abuse followed. In the royal family, women are never dressed entirely in black, unless they are in mourning. The monarchy must not take a position in the face of public protests. Joanna Lumley, compared the movement to the suffragettes’ fight a century ago for the right to vote, and the “Time’s Up” campaign.

Angelina Jolie who directed First They Killed My Father, nominated for the foreign film category, Lucy Cohenwhich led Kingdom of Us, and Rungano-Nyoni for I Am Not A Witch, they are among thethe directors who left empty-handed.

Of all the 2018 BAFTA Film nominees, only around 20% are women.

Kathryn Bigelow is the only woman in history to win Best Director, The Hurt Locker in 2010.

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The 2018 Bafta awards, Kate Middleton, sexual violence