Oppenheimer scoops most Bafta awards

2024-02-19 08:29:51, Kulturë CNA

Oppenheimer scoops most Bafta awards

Oppenheimer's film scooped most of the Bafta awards, including Best Film, Best Director, Best Actor, and Best Supporting Actor.

Christopher Nolan's film about J Robert Oppenheimer, the physicist considered the father of the atomic bomb, won a total of seven awards at the ceremony held in London on Sunday.

Cillian Murphy, who won the best actor award, thanked director Nolan for "always looking for perfection".

Robert Downey Jr. won the best supporting actor award for his role as the leader of the Atomic Energy Commission.

Emma Stone has been named best actress for her role in Poor Things.

The film Poor Things itself won five awards throughout the ceremony, including those for costume design, makeup, and visual effects.

Da'Vine Joy Randolph won best supporting actress for her role in The Holdovers, in which she plays a bored cook as the film follows the life of a teacher who is forced to stay in school for holidays, together with some students.

Other films that have won fewer awards are Anatomy of a Fall, The Zone of Interest, and The Boy and The Herson./ REL

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