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Monday, 28 January, 2002, 11:08 GMT
Bafta nominations in full
Richard E Grant in Robert Altman's Gosford Park
Robert Altman's Gosford Park: Nine nominations in all

Best film

Amelie
A Beautiful Mind
The Lord of the Rings
Moulin Rouge
Shrek

Alexander Korda award for the outstanding British film of the year

Bridget Jones's Diary
Gosford Park
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Iris
Me Without You

David Lean award for achievement in direction

Amelie: Jean-Pierre Jeunet
A Beautiful Mind: Ron Howard
Gosford Park: Robert Altman
The Lord Of The Rings: Peter Jackson
Moulin Rouge: Baz Luhrmann

Performance by an actress in a leading role

Dame Judi Dench: Iris
Nicole Kidman: The Others
Sissy Spacek: In The Bedroom
Audrey Tautou: Amelie
Renée Zellweger: Bridget Jones's Diary

Performance by an actor in a leading role

Jim Broadbent: Iris
Russell Crowe: A Beautiful Mind
Sir Ian McKellen: The Lord of the Rings
Kevin Spacey: The Shipping News
Tom Wilkinson: In The Bedroom

Performance by an actress in a supporting role

Jennifer Connelly: A Beautiful Mind
Dame Judi Dench: The Shipping News
Helen Mirren: Gosford Park
Maggie Smith: Gosford Park
Kate Winslet: Iris

Performance by an actor in a supporting role

Hugh Bonneville: Iris
Jim Broadbent: Moulin Rouge
Robbie Coltrane: Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
Colin Firth: Bridget Jones's Diary
Eddie Murphy: Shrek

Screenplay (original)

Amelie: Guillaume Laurant/Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Gosford Park: Julian Fellowes
Moulin Rouge: Baz Luhrmann/Craig Pearce
The Others: Alejandro Amenábar
The Royal Tenenbaums: Wes Anderson/Owen Wilson

Screenplay (adapted)

A Beautiful Mind: Akiva Goldsman
Bridget Jones's Diary: Helen Fielding/Andrew Davies/Richard Curtis
Iris: Richard Eyre/Charles Wood
The Lord Of The Rings: Fran Walsh/Philippa Boyens/Peter Jackson
Shrek: Ted Elliott/Terry Rossio/Joe Stillman/Roger SH Schulman

The Anthony Asquith award for the achievement in music

Amelie: Yann Tiersen
The Lord Of The Rings: Howard Shore
Moulin Rouge: Craig Armstrong
Mulholland Drive: Angelo Badalamenti
Shrek: Harry Gregson-Williams/John Powell

Film not in the English language

Amelie: Claudie Ossard/Jean-Pierre Jeunet
Amores Perros: Alejandro González Ińárritu
Behind The Sun: Arthur Cohn/Walter Salles
Monsoon Wedding: Caroline Baron/Mira Nair
The Piano Teacher: Veit Heiduschka/Michael Haneke

Carl Foreman award

Steve Coogan/Henry Normal (writers): The Parole Officer
Julian Fellowes (writer): Gosford Park
Joel Hopkins/Nicola Usbourne (director/producer): Jump Tomorrow
Ruth Kenley-Letts (producer): Strictly Sinatra
Jack Lothian (writer): Late Night Shopping

Cinematography

Amelie: Bruno Delbonnel
Black Hawk Down: Slawomir Idziak
The Lord Of The Rings: Andrew Lesnie
The Man Who Wasn't There: Roger Deakins
Moulin Rouge: Donald M McAlpine

Production design

Amelie: Aline Bonetto
Gosford Park: Stephen Altman
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone: Stuart Craig
The Lord Of The Rings: Grant Major
Moulin Rouge: Catherine Martin

Costume Design

Gosford Park: Jenny Beavan
Harry Potter and The Philosopher's Stone: Judianna Makovsky
The Lord Of The Rings: Ngila Dickson
Moulin Rouge: Catherine Martin/Angus Strathie
Planet Of The Apes: Colleen Atwood

Editing

Amelie: Hervé Schneid
Black Hawk Down: Pietro Scalia
The Lord Of The Rings: John Gilbert
Moulin Rouge: Jill Bilcock
Mulholland Drive: Mary Sweeney

Sound

Black Hawk Down
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
The Lord Of The Rings
Moulin Rouge
Shrek

Achievement in special visual effects

AI: Artificial Intelligence
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
The Lord Of The Rings
Moulin Rouge
Shrek

Make-up and hair

Gosford Park
Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone
The Lord Of The Rings
Moulin Rouge
Planet Of The Apes

Short film

About A Girl
Inferno
The Red Peppersa
Skin Deep
Tattoo

Short animation

Camouflage
Dog
Home Road Movies
Tuesday
The World Of Interiors

 VOTE RESULTS
Which movie should win the best film Bafta?

Amelie
 11.89% 

A Beautiful Mind
 5.64% 

Lord of the Rings
 54.51% 

Moulin Rouge
 16.46% 

Shrek
 11.50% 

13611 Votes Cast

Results are indicative and may not reflect public opinion

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