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BAFTA Awards: 2003

BAFTA Film Award

Date:23 February
Host:Stephen Fry (I)
Location:Odeon, Leicester Square, London, England, UK

Best Film not in the English Language
  Winner:
 
  Other Nominees:
 
  • Cidade de Deus (2002) - Andrea Barata Ribeiro; Mauricio Andrade Ramos; Fernando Meirelles (I)
  • Devdas (2002/I) - Bharat Shah; Sanjay Leela Bhansali
  • Warrior, The (2001) - Bertrand Faivre; Asif Kapadia
  • Y tu mamá también (2001) - Jorge Vergara (I); Alfonso Cuarón

  • Best Film
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Chicago (2002) - Martin Richards (I)
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Alberto Grimaldi; Harvey Weinstein
  • Hours, The (2002) - Scott Rudin; Robert Fox (II)
  • Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002) - Barrie M. Osborne; Fran Walsh; Peter Jackson (I)

  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • About Schmidt (2002) - Jack Nicholson
  • Adaptation. (2002) - Nicolas Cage
  • Pianist, The (2002) - Adrien Brody (I)
  • Quiet American, The (2002) - Michael Caine (I)

  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Chicago (2002) - Renée Zellweger
  • Frida (2002) - Salma Hayek
  • Hours, The (2002) - Meryl Streep
  • Monster's Ball (2001) - Halle Berry

  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Adaptation. (2002) - Chris Cooper (I)
  • Frida (2002) - Alfred Molina (I)
  • Hours, The (2002) - Ed Harris (I)
  • Road to Perdition (2002) - Paul Newman (I)

  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • About a Boy (2002) - Toni Collette
  • Adaptation. (2002) - Meryl Streep
  • Chicago (2002) - Queen Latifah
  • Hours, The (2002) - Julianne Moore (I)

  • Best Screenplay - Original
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Dirty Pretty Things (2002) - Steven Knight
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Jay Cocks; Steven Zaillian; Kenneth Lonergan
  • Magdalene Sisters, The (2002) - Peter Mullan (I)
  • Y tu mamá también (2001) - Carlos Cuarón; Alfonso Cuarón

  • Best Screenplay - Adapted
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • About a Boy (2002) - Peter Hedges (II); Chris Weitz; Paul Weitz
  • Catch Me If You Can (2002) - Jeff Nathanson (I)
  • Hours, The (2002) - David Hare (I)
  • Pianist, The (2002) - Ronald Harwood

  • Best Cinematography
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Chicago (2002) - Dion Beebe
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Michael Ballhaus (I)
  • Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002) - Andrew Lesnie
  • Pianist, The (2002) - Pawel Edelman

  • Best Costume Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Catch Me If You Can (2002) - Mary Zophres
  • Chicago (2002) - Colleen Atwood
  • Frida (2002) - Julie Weiss
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Sandy Powell (II)

  • Best Sound
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Tom Fleischman; Ivan Sharrock; Eugene Gearty; Philip Stockton
  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) - Randy Thom; Dennis Leonard (I); John Midgley (I); Ray Merrin; Graham Daniel; Rick Kline
  • Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002) - Ethan Van der Ryn; David Farmer (I); Mike Hopkins (I); Hammond Peek; Christopher Boyes; Michael Semanick; Michael Hedges (I)
  • Pianist, The (2002) - Jean-Marie Blondel; Dean Humphreys; Gérard Hardy (I)

  • Best Editing
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Chicago (2002) - Martin Walsh (I)
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Thelma Schoonmaker
  • Hours, The (2002) - Peter Boyle (II)
  • Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002) - Michael Horton (II); Jabez Olssen

  • Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - R. Bruce Steinheimer; Michael Owens (I); Edward Hirsh; Jon Alexander (I)
  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) - Jim Mitchell (II); Nick Davis (II); John Richardson (II); Bill George (I); Nick Dudman
  • Minority Report (2002) - Scott Farrar (I); Michael Lantieri; Nathan McGuinness; Henry LaBounta
  • Spider-Man (2002) - John Dykstra (I); Scott Stokdyk; John Frazier (I); Anthony LaMolinara

  • Best Short Film
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Bouncer (2002) - Natasha Carlish; Sophie Morgan (I); Michael Baig-Clifford; Geoff Thompson (II)
  • Candy Bar Kid (2002) - Benjamin Johns; Shan Khan
  • Good Night (2002) - Yoav Factor; Sun-Young Chun
  • Most Beautiful Man in the World, The (2002) - Hugh Welchman; Alicia Duffy
  • Rank (2002) - Andrew O'Connell; David Yates (II); Robbie McCallum

  • Best Short Animation
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Chubbchubbs!, The (2002) - Jacquie Barnbrook; Eric Armstrong (I); Jeff Wolverton
  • Dog Who Was a Cat Inside, The (2002) (TV) - Andrew Ruhemann; Stan Rees; Siri Melchior
  • Sap (2002) - Lucie Wenigerová; Hyun-Joo Kim
  • Wedding Espresso (2002) - Jonathan Bairstow; Sandra Ensby; Lesley Glaister

  • Best Make Up/Hair
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Chicago (2002) - Jordan Samuel; Judi Cooper-Sealy
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Manlio Rocchetti; Aldo Signoretti
  • Hours, The (2002) - Ivana Primorac; Conor O'Sullivan; Jo Allen (I)
  • Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002) - Peter Owen (I); Peter King (I); Richard Taylor (III)

  • Best Production Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Chicago (2002) - John Myhre
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Dante Ferretti
  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) - Stuart Craig
  • Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002) - Grant Major

  • Michael Balcon Award

      Awarded to:
     

    Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Bend It Like Beckham (2002) - Deepak Nayar; Gurinder Chadha
  • Dirty Pretty Things (2002) - Tracey Seaward; Robert Jones (IV); Stephen Frears
  • Hours, The (2002) - Scott Rudin; Robert Fox (II); Stephen Daldry
  • Magdalene Sisters, The (2002) - Frances Higson; Peter Mullan (I)

  • David Lean Award for Direction

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Chicago (2002) - Rob Marshall
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Martin Scorsese
  • Hours, The (2002) - Stephen Daldry
  • Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002) - Peter Jackson (I)

  • Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Catch Me If You Can (2002) - John Williams (I)
  • Chicago (2002) - Danny Elfman; John Kander; Fred Ebb
  • Gangs of New York (2002) - Howard Shore
  • Pianist, The (2002) - Wojciech Kilar

  • Carl Foreman Award for the Most Promising Newcomer

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • AKA (2002) - Duncan Roy (director/writer)
  • Christie Malry's Own Double-Entry (2000) - Simon Bent (writer)
  • Lost in La Mancha (2002) - Lucy Darwin (producer)

  • Audience Award

      Winner:
     

    Academy Fellowship

      Awarded to:
     

    BAFTA TV Award

    Date:13 April, 11 May (craft awards)
    Host:Alistair McGowan (craft awards); Davina McCall
    Location:Dorchester Hotel, London, England, UK (craft awards)

    Best Actor
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Bloody Sunday (2002) - James Nesbitt (I)
  • Conspiracy (2001) (TV) - Kenneth Branagh
  • Shackleton (2002) (TV) - Kenneth Branagh

  • Best Actress
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Bedtime" (2001) - Sheila Hancock
  • Gathering Storm, The (2002) (TV) - Vanessa Redgrave
  • Tomorrow La Scala! (2002) - Jessica Hynes

  • Best New Director (Factual)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Barbarians? Secrets of the Dark Ages (????) - Mark Elliott (II)
  • Mystery of the Three Kings, The (????) - Giles Llewellyn-Thomas
  • Teenage Dwarf (????) - Jamie O'Leary

  • Best New Director (Fiction)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "15 Storeys High" (2002) - Mark Nunneley
  • "Holby City" (1999) - Minkie Spiro
  • Doctor Zhivago (2002) (TV) - Giacomo Campiotti

  • Best Costume Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Daniel Deronda (2002) (TV) - Mike O'Neill (I)
  • Doctor Zhivago (2002) (TV) - Annie Symons
  • Gathering Storm, The (2002) (TV) - Jenny Beavan

  • Best Sound (Fiction/Entertainment)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Later with Jools Holland" (1992) - Mike Felton
  • Bloody Sunday (2002) - Albert Bailey; Richard King; Danny Longhurst; Pat Boxshall
  • Hound of the Baskervilles, The (2002) (TV) - Clive Copland; Paul Hamblin; Lee Crichlow; Becki Ponting

  • Best Sound (Factual)
      Winner:
     
    • Queen's Golden Jubilee, The - "sound team"
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Sahara with Michael Palin" (2002) (mini) - John Pritchard (I); George Foulgham
  • Queen Mother's Funeral, The - "sound team"
  • Wild Weather - Jovan Ajder; Simon Pinkerton; Dan Gable (II)

  • Best Editing (Factual)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Edwardian Country House, The" (2002) (mini) - Martin Johnson (IV); Joanna Lincoln
  • "Faking It" (2001) - Mark Knowles (II)
  • "Life of Mammals, The" (2002) - "editing team"

  • Best Editing (Fiction/Entertainment)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Spooks" (2002) - Colin Green (III)
  • Bloody Sunday (2002) - Clare Douglas
  • Shackleton (2002) (TV) - Peter Coulson

  • Best Visual Effects
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Dinotopia" (2002) (mini) - Mike McGee (II); Mike Eames; Alec Knox (I); Timothy Webber (II)
  • Hornblower: Loyalty (2003) (TV) - Phil Attfield
  • How the Twin Towers Collapsed - Red Vision

  • Best Comedy Performance
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Bremner, Bird and Fortune" (1999) - John Bird (I); John Fortune (I)
  • "I'm Alan Partridge" (1997) - Steve Coogan
  • "Phoenix Nights" (2001) - Peter Kay (I)

  • Best Soap
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Doctors" (2000) - "production team"
  • "EastEnders" (1985) - "production team"
  • "Hollyoaks" (1995) - Phil Redmond; Jo Hallows

  • Best Entertainment Programme or Series
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" (2001) - Suzi Aplin; Mick Thomas (II); Jonathan Ross (I)
  • "Kumars at No. 42, The" (2001) - Lissa Evans; Richard Pinto; Sharat Sardana
  • Test the Nation: The National 2002 Test (2002) (TV) - Nichola Hegarty; John Kaye Cooper; Simon Staffurth
    - Also for Test the Nation: The National IQ Test 2002 (2002) (TV).

  • Best Comedy Programme or Series
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Bremner, Bird and Fortune" (1999) - Geoff Atkinson; Tristram Shapeero; Steve Connelly (I)
  • "Look Around You" (2002) - Robert Popper; Peter Serafinowicz; Tim Kirkby
  • "Smack the Pony" (1999) - Victoria Pile; Steve Connelly (I)

  • Best Graphic Design
      Winner:
     
    • Dinosaur Hunters, The - Burrell Durrant Hifle [gb]
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Banzai" (2001) - Blue Source
  • "Great Britons" (2002) (mini) - Burrell Durrant Hifle [gb]
  • "Life of Mammals, The" (2002) - Mick Connaire; Andrew Power (III); Dave Corfield

  • Best Sport
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • ITV World Cup 2002 - "production team"
  • World Cup: England v Argentina - Phil Bigwood
  • World Rally Championship - Neil Duncanson; Dave Lewis (XI)

  • Best Features
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Jamie's Kitchen" (2002) - Sandi Scott; Peter Moore (XVII)
  • "Lads Army" (2002) - Claudia Milne
  • "What Not to Wear" (2002) - Vicki Barrass; Tracy Jeune; Jane Gerber

  • Best Current Affairs
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Panorama" (1953) - Mike Robinson (II); Eamon Hardy; John Ware
    - For the feature "Licence To Murder".
  • "Panorama" (1953) - Stephen Scott (XII); Gerry Troyna; Andy Davies (I)
    - For the feature "Corruption of Racing".
  • Palestine Is Still the Issue (2002) (TV) - Christopher Martin (VI); Tony Stark; John Pilger

  • Best Production Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Foyle's War" (2002) - Claire Kenny (I); Maurice Cain
  • Shackleton (2002) (TV) - Michael Howells
  • White Teeth (2002) (TV) - Alice Normington

  • Situation Comedy Award
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Book Group, The" (2001) - Annie Griffin; Anita Overland
  • "My Family" (2000) - "production team"
  • "Phoenix Nights" (2001) - Peter Kay (I); Henry Klejdys; Phil McIntyre

  • Best Drama Serial
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Auf Wiedersehen, Pet" (1983) - Paul Seed; Dick Clement; Ian La Frenais; Joy Spink
  • Doctor Zhivago (2002) (TV) - Anne Pivcevic; Giacomo Campiotti; Andrew Davies (I)
  • Murder (2002) (TV) - Rebecca De Souza; Beeban Kidron; Abi Morgan

  • Huw Wheldon Award for Factual Series or Strand
      Winner:
     
    • Trust, The (????) (TV) - "production team"
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "History of Britain, A" (2000) - Jamie Muir (I); Martina Hall; Clare Beavan
  • "Life of Mammals, The" (2002) - "production team"
  • Revealed (????) (TV) - "production team"

  • Best Photography (Factual)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Edwardian Country House, The" (2002) (mini) - Chris Hartley (I)
  • "Life of Mammals, The" (2002) - "camera team"; Paul Atkins (I)
  • "Natural World, The" (1988) - Martin Dohrn
    - For episode "In Search of Killer Ants".

  • Best Make Up & Hair Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Big Impression" (1999) - Eva Marieges Moore
  • Daniel Deronda (2002) (TV) - Caroline Noble
  • White Teeth (2002) (TV) - Sharon Martin (II)

  • Best Single Drama
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Bloody Sunday (2002) - Mark Redhead; Paul Greengrass
  • Flesh and Blood (2002) (TV) - Derek Wax; Julian Farino; Peter Bowker (I)
  • Tomorrow La Scala! (2002) - Ruth Caleb; Chris Collins (II); Francesca Joseph (I)

  • Best New Writer
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Clocking Off" (2000) - Matt Greenhalgh
  • "Teachers" (2001) - Charlie Martin (I)
  • "Teachers" (2001) - Ed Roe

  • Best Photography and Lighting (Fiction/Entertainment)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Daniel Deronda (2002) (TV) - Fred Tammes
  • Shackleton (2002) (TV) - Henry Braham
  • White Teeth (2002) (TV) - David Odd

  • Best News Coverage
      Winner:
     
    • Soham - August 16/17 - "production team"
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Collapse of the Paul Burrell Trial - "production team"
  • Death of the Queen Mother, The - "production team"
  • Jenin and Bethlehem - What Chance of Peace? - "production team"

  • Best Entertainment Performance
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Have I Got News for You" (1990) - Angus Deayton
  • "Kumars at No. 42, The" (2001) - Sanjeev Bhaskar
  • "Kumars at No. 42, The" (2001) - Meera Syal

  • Best Drama Series
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Clocking Off" (2000) - Paul Abbott (II); Juliet Charlesworth; Nicola Shindler
  • "Cutting It" (2002) - Debbie Horsfield; Diederick Santer; Andy DeEmmony
  • "Teachers" (2001) - Jane Fallon; Rhonda Smith (V)

  • Best Original Television Music
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Spooks" (2002) - Jennie Muskett
  • Gathering Storm, The (2002) (TV) - Howard Goodall
  • Tipping the Velvet (2002) (TV) - Adrian Johnston; Terry Davies

  • Flaherty Documentary Award (TV)

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • 9/11: The Tale of Two Towers - Michael Attwell (IV)
  • SAS: Iranian Embassy Siege (2002) (TV) - Louise Norman; Bruce Goodison
  • Thalidomide - Life at 40 - Benetta Adamson

  • Lew Grade Award

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Auf Wiedersehen, Pet" (1983)
  • "Coronation Street" (1960)
  • "EastEnders" (1985)
  • "Pop Idol" (2001)

  • Alan Clarke Award

      Winner:
     

    Special Award

      Awarded to:
     

    BAFTA Children's Award

    Date:30 November
    Host:Fearne Cotton
    Location:Park Lane Hilton, London, England, UK

    Special Award
      Winner:
     

    Best Feature Film
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets (2002) - David Heyman; Chris Columbus; Steve Kloves
  • Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers, The (2002) - Peter Jackson (I); Barrie M. Osborne; Fran Walsh
  • Wild Thornberrys Movie, The (2002) - Arlene Klasky; Gabor Csupo; Jeff McGrath (II); Cathy Malkasian

  • Best Drama
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "My Parents Are Aliens" (1999) - Connal Orton; Dominic MacDonald; Andy Watts (I)
  • "Story of Tracy Beaker, The" (2002) - Jane Dauncey; Delyth Thomas; Mary Morris (V)
  • Behind Closed Doors (2002) (TV) - "production team"

  • Best International
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "8 Simple Rules... for Dating My Teenage Daughter" (2002) - "production team"
  • "Don't Blame Me" (2002) - Noel Price; Dennis Kiely
  • "That's So Raven" (2003) - Walter Barnett (I); Lee Shullat Chemel

  • Best Presenter
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Smile" (2002) - Reggie Yates

  • Best Pre-School Live Action
      Nominees:
     
  • "Balamory" (2002) - "production team"
  • "Boohbah" (2003) - "production team"
  • "Fimbles" (2002) - "production team"

  • Best Schools Factual - Primary
      Winner:
     

    Best Pre-School Animation
      Winner:
     

    Best School Drama
      Nominees:
     
  • Stopping Distance (2003) (TV) - "production team"
  • Twelfth Night, or What You Will (2003) (TV) - Rachel Gesua (II); Tim Supple; Andrew Bannerman

  • Best Writer
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Girls in Love" (2003) - Carol Noble
  • "Story of Tracy Beaker, The" (2002) - Mary Morris (V)

  • Best Animation
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Pongwiffy" (2002) - Marion Edwards; Alan Simpson (I)
  • Albie: Quick on the Draw (2001) - Francis Vose

  • Best Factual
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Really Wild Show, The" (1986) - Lucy Bowden

  • Kids' Vote

      Winner: