Honoring the best and brightest in entertainment, the 2011 Orange British Academy Film Awards (BAFTA) took place in London, England on Sunday evening (February 13).
Held at the Royal Opera House, the big winner ended up being "The King's Speech" - which took home numerous trophies including Outstanding British Film, Original Screenplay, Lead Actor, Supporting Actor & Actress and Best Film.
Meanwhile, Natalie Portman was named Best Actress for "Black Swan" while Colin Firth scooped up the Best Actor trophy for "The King's Speech" during... Read More
Posted by Dawn_light93 3 years ago
Javier Bardem joined his Biutiful director, Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu, last night for their premiere during the London Film Festival, but afterward it was his pregnant wife, Penelope Cruz, who was there to celebrate at the Groucho Club for the afterparty. The actor's front and center in the movie's intense new trailer, and Javier's already getting Oscar buzz for his work. In just a few months, both Javier and Penelope will be stepping in the new role of parents. She covered up her six-month baby bump last night in her black sheath dress, after recently... Read More
Posted by luisa10q 4 years ago
Directing non-actors is difficult. Directing actors in a foreign language is even more difficult. Directing non-actors in a language that you yourself don`t understand is the craziest thing you can possibly think of. But I would do it again in a minute.
(On why did he not record an audio commentary for 21 Grams) I don`t like them. I feel that if you have to explain something it loses strength. It`s like a magician trying to explain his magic, in a way. Those kind of things make me feel like I`ve lost something special about the film. The film should explain itself.