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on 1 Jan, 1970

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The longlist for this year’s Orange British Academy Film Awards were announced today. Marion Cotillard is on it for her supporting performance in ‘Inception‘. Congratulations! The full nominations will will be announced on Tuesday, January 18.

Supporting Actress
Amy Adams (Charlene Fleming) – The Fighter *
Barbara Hershey (Erica Sayers / The Queen) – Black Swan *
Ellen Page (Ariadne) – Inception
Geraldine James (Connie) – Made In Dagenham
Helena Bonham Carter (Queen Elizabeth) – The King’s Speech *
Helena Bonham Carter (Red Queen) – Alice In Wonderland
Lesley Manville (Mary) – Another Year *
Marion Cotillard (Mal) – Inception
Melissa Leo (Alice Ward) – The Fighter
Mila Kunis (Lily / The Black Swan) – Black Swan
Miranda Richardson (Barbara Castle) – Made In Dagenham *
Olivia Williams (Ruth Lang) – The Ghost
Rebecca Hall (Claire Keesey) – The Town
Rosamund Pike (Lisa Hopkins) – Made In Dagenham
Winona Ryder (Beth Macintyre / The Dying Swan) – Black Swan

* Denotes Chapter selection from Round One

• Source: Bafta.org

One Response to “BAFTA Longlist”


Coool ! I hope she’s gonna be nominee and she’s gonna win ! can’t wait for january 18th

Jan 08, 11 at 12:23 pm


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