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‘The Shape of Water’ leads BAFTA nominations
    2018-January-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

“THE Shape of Water” tops the 2018 BAFTA Film Awards nomination list.

Guillermo del Toro’s film about a lonely janitor (Sally Hawkins) who forms a unique relationship with an amphibious creature that is being held in captivity leads the pack with 12 nominations; including best film, best director, leading actress, supporting actress and original screenplay.

Following its success at Sunday night’s Golden Globes, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” performs well with nine nominations, alongside Winston Churchill biopic “The Darkest Hour,” which also received nine nominations.

“Three Billboards” also has the unique privilege of having three actors up for awards contention, with Frances McDormand hotly-tipped in the leading actress category and both Sam Rockwell and Woody Harrelson up for the supporting actor gong.

While snubbed at the Globes, both “Blade Runner 2049” and “Dunkirk” scored eight nominations, including best director nods for both Denis Villeneuve and Christopher Nolan respectively.

“I, Tonya” received five nominations, including best actress/supporting actress nods for both Margot Robbie and Alison Janney, while “Call Me by Your Name” and “Phantom Thread” took four nominations apiece, including best actor nods for Timothée Chalamet and Daniel Day-Lewis (reportedly, in his last ever film role).

Despite plenty of buzz, Greta Gerwig’s “Lady Bird” pulled in just three nominations, including leading actress and supporting actress nods for Saoirse Ronan and Laurie Metcalf, as well as best original screenplay.

Frustratingly, Gerwig was once again snubbed from the director category.

The movie was also missing off the best film nominee list, which consists of “Call Me by Your Name,” “Darkest Hour,” “Three Billboards,” “Dunkirk” and “The Shape of Water.”

The awards ceremony will be held Feb. 18. (SD-Agencies)

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