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tv   Baftas 2020  BBC News  February 3, 2020 12:30am-1:00am GMT

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i'm lewis with bbc world news. our top story. british police have shot dead 3 man during a terrorist—related incident in south london. two people were stabbed by the attacker. the man, who's been named as 20—year—old sudesh amman, had been released from prison within the past two weeks. officers say he had a hoax device strapped to his body. health officials in china have confirmed more than 2000 new cases of infection — bringing the total to 11 thousand. in hubei province 56 new deaths have been confirmed — bringing the total to over 350. and this video is trending on bbc. the biggest night in the british film industry — the bafta awards has seen the world war one film — 1917 — come out on top with seven prizes. joaquin phoenix won best actor for thejoker. that's all. stay with bbc world news. now on bbc news. a special chance to see some of the other prizes
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awarded at the 2020 bafta film awards ceremony. music applause. good evening. everyone needs to start somewhere. short films are often where many now famous film—makers got their break. they are hugely important in the development of our industry in the next category celebrates the stars of the future. first, the nominees for british short animation. some people call my granddad a romantic. he once saw a picture of my granny and realised she was the love of his life.
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and the bafta goes to... grandad was a romantic. applause. music. don't break. thank you so much, bafta. i owe this to my late granny, to her late brother, for always having a great story to tell me. and for always listening to my strange, silly stories.
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to my beautiful parents who would've love to celebrate this with me, only my mum visa application got rejected. two are back, my husband, my friend, my partner, without your love and support and your patience, i wouldn't be here. my amazing team, the beautiful composer who is here somewhere. barnaby templer, sue harding, amazing job. the young voice artist of the film was also my doctor. of the film was also my daughter. and has been coping quite well with having a low—budget independent film—maker for a mum. i will dedicate this award to people of iran. they deserve better. thank you. and now the nominees
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for british short film. one should never have to experience having been their own child. i cannot imagine how difficult it is been for you. applause. you know he loves you, don't you? hey. i can't feel love but i can see it. and the bafta is awarded to...
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learning to skateboard in a war zone (if you were a girl). applause. royal albert hall. and very much to think they need films for the support and the continuous support of this film. and also to think my incredible british producer and the incredible company grain who well, they know what a miracle this is.
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and to think skatastan, a nonprofit that supports boys and girls learning to skateboard, to read and write, so they can have a better life. good evening. every year, tens of,... ...those good evening. every year, tens of,... those nominations in this category do not have to. both at the same time. everyone, i want you to meet for key. is it too much? no. a blind
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fold the reindeer so they don't get dizzy. that is all. i am kidding. applause. we both say together, and the winner for best animated film is not make clouse! —— is clouse! that is pretty amazing. bear with
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me. as i try to get to as my knees are shaking. first of all, i didn't think this was possible. everybody who blocked from all around the world to come and like this little film, by fire, the most equitable could have ever worked with. this goes to them. and also i'm very proud to say they were most diverse crew to work with. 20 different countries and languages spoken. thank you. thank you. while at the same time... and the
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nominees are... they both say together...
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all right. i am here with my partner who regrets not being here and not more than me, but we want to thank the british academy, a little bit shaky. and of course, charlie's from
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incredible to work with, especially all of the character actors. we really feel bombshell is a great and we felt like it to be a part of it. thank you so much. we are so honoured. film school into applause.
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and the bafta goes to... jobjoker. job joker. thank you. i think my in—laws are pretty proud. i would like to thank them. working on the joker with a journey of a lifetime. todd is a masterfor joker with a journey of a lifetime. todd is a master for having said that ship. it was an incredible honour to work on the film and grey with so many amazing artists that are here tonight who did such an incredible job are here tonight who did such an incrediblejob and are here tonight who did such an incredible job and i'm just really
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would like to share this with all you. i'm such a fan of your work. you are incredible. thank you so much. the next award is the award for sound. here are the nominees...
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the bafta goes to... 1917. cheering thank you. we would like to accept this award on behalf of the 1970s counting of whom did outstanding work in the trenches in this video. half of the people that make sam, thank you for taking on this huge
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journey. thank you, our producers. in our editor. and of course, all of oui’ in our editor. and of course, all of ourfriend and in our editor. and of course, all of our friend and family. good in our editor. and of course, all of ourfriend and family. good evening. still inside your imagination to create a character. in production imagine meets reality. the nominations are...
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and the award goes to 1917. while. a lot better than standing in the mud in the trench. laughter. this film was about... who do you think? i wa nt to was about... who do you think? i want to think everybody. it was an amazing project, the department was unbelievable. and i want to thank
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mild friends, sam mendes and roger deakins. without them and their passion for this film it wouldn't have been made. the next award is for costu me have been made. the next award is for costume design. the nominees are... applause. cheering.
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and the pastor is awarded to... jacqueline dora for little women. thank you, bafta. it is quite overwhelming. thank you to my team who all worked so hard on costumes for little women. amy pascal, thank you for your support, and greta gerwig, thank you for everything else. thank you for inspiring us and thank you for letting me be in your beautiful movie. it is amazing to present the award for film editing. can we agree on 2020 the best movies have also been the longest moody's? that is true, so if you think about it this year the editors haven't really done anything. i might go as far as to call them lazy. they haven't had to make any difficult decisions, they have just left a
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whole lot end. are you sure you want to upset the editors? the brilliant nominees are... you 0k? stop! applause what happened to say cheese? applause.
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nice try, bob! and the bafta goes to... le mans ‘66! applause. what are we doing? what are we doing here? i think that dennis stole my speech because i was going to say camaraderie and the guys are sitting up camaraderie and the guys are sitting up there in this team that have been together for about 15 years and under the direction of james mangold, i have done many films for him and he did an amazing job with this, and between him and 20th century fox, all the help that we got over there, my team and my crew and my body. i am so proud of
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everybody's work on this movie. thank you so much. thank you so much. applause. the next award is for cinematography. the nominees are... applause. applause. applause.
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the bafta is awarded to... 1917! roger deakins. applause i think it was george orwell said, all films are equal but some... all films are special but some are more special than others. and for me this was a really special film. not only
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thank you to sam for involving me and it and giving me this challenge, but it was special for the crew that i was working with, some of them here tonight out there. cheering . i'd like to thank gary hyams and the wonderful grip crew and john higgins, biggles, and the wonderful electrical crew. you won't find their names high on the list and imdb but i searched for them to find their names, and thank you, this belongs to all of you. thank you. in ba fta, belongs to all of you. thank you. in bafta, thank you. we here present the award for casting. 0ne we here present the award for casting. one of the most important jobs in film—making, this is the first time it is finally being recognised with his very own award. in the nominations are...
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applause. applause. met people get their kicks stomping ona dream... met people get their kicks stomping on a dream... applause. applause.
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the winner is... joker. cheering. he is unable to be here tonight to pick up is unable to be here tonight to pick up heraward, so is unable to be here tonight to pick up her award, so on her behalf, welcome sadie bates. that she is unable to be here tonight to pick up oui’ unable to be here tonight to pick up ourward. unable to be here tonight to pick up our ward. i did not catch myself. -- cast myself. this is for shayna. cheney cannot be here this evening. shejust cheney cannot be here this evening. she just gave birth to a baby girl. applause. she wishes to send a deep thank you to todd for his belief in her commitment for her support, as well as the entire cast and crew of joker. she also would like to think
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the british academy for recognising the british academy for recognising the contribution of casting directors and for this immense honour. thank you. music. the weather is fairly quiet out there at the moment but the winds really will be picking up over the next few hours across the northern parts of britain especially tonight and into tomorrow. it will turn quite stormy a force in scotland.
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nothing terribly unusual for the time of the year, but it is worth flagging it up. here's the big picture across are part of the world. a lot of crowd across the country, is the storm system developing off of the western scotla nd developing off of the western scotland heading in in our direction and also a lot of cloud to stream again from the southwest. into seven parts of the uk which also means that it will stay pretty mild across the country. while morning out there, temperatures around six or seven celsius. for the most part, in the north just about cold enough wet winter weather there but mostly across the scottish hills. let's see what happens to the morning into the afternoon. there will be fairly decent weather around as well. across england and wales particularly for some some sunshine across northern ireland in places like liverpool and birmingham in orange old newcastle with a lot of fine weather, the south of the country pretty cloudy. you could see some rain mild, 12 degrees in london, and the focus is on the
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north, this is where we will see frequent showers being carried in by an increasingly went off the atlantic. very choppy seas and big waves a cross atlantic. very choppy seas and big waves across around the coast. and winds could be gusting up to 80 miles an houroff winds could be gusting up to 80 miles an hour off the western aisles there and lead in 50 to 60 miles an hour on top of that, snow falling across the hills, blizzards and atrocious conditions out there. some of that bad weather also transfers into northern england and also along the north sea coast through early tuesday. there will be a decent speu tuesday. there will be a decent spell of some very windy weather. here it is early on tuesday, still 50 mile an hour gusts. but elsewhere, the weather will be improving, by the time we get to the afternoon, the gales will have gone by and by the evening, it will fall flat calm. the temperatures on tuesdayit flat calm. the temperatures on tuesday it will peak at around ten in the south and not far off of that as well. this is the forecast for wednesday. we have a big high
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pressure a cross wednesday. we have a big high pressure across the uk. that means very su btle pressure across the uk. that means very subtle conditions and also means it will be a chilly start to wednesday as well. let's summarise all of that. we're in for a very windy start to the week, a lot of showers, hail snow, even windy start to the week, a lot of showers, hailsnow, even blizzards for a time showers, hailsnow, even blizzards fora time in showers, hailsnow, even blizzards for a time in scotland. but from midweek, dry and much dry.
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hello — i'm lewis vaughan jones on london — the headlines... the man shot dead by police during a stabbing in london was released from a prison term for terrorist offences just a week ago. i saw isaw him i saw him drop. he was alive on the floor. but he had a vest. please tell everybody we have to move back in case of the blast going off. twenty—year old sudesh amman, was under police surveillance when he carried out the attack in streatham

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