The nominations for this years 75th British Academy Film Awards have been announced and Disney has picked up plenty of nominations for its films.

A total of 48 feature films received nominations today. Highlights include:

  • Eleven nominations for Dune
  • Eight nominations for The Power of the Dog
  • Six nominations for Belfast
  • Five nominations for Licorice Pizza, No Time to Die and West Side Story
  • Four nominations for After Love, Boiling Point, Cyrano, Don’t Look Up, Passing and King Richard
  • Three nominations for CODA, Drive My Car, The French Dispatch, House of Gucci and Nightmare Alley
  • Two nominations for Ali & Ava, Being the Ricardos, Cruella, Flee, The Hand of God, Last Night in Soho, The Lost Daughter, The Summer of Soul and The Worst Person in the World
  • One nomination for each of the following feature films: Becoming Cousteau, C’mon C’mon, Cow, Encanto, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, The Eyes of Tammy Faye, Free Guy, Ghostbusters: Afterlife, Happening, The Harder They Fall, Keyboard Fantasies, Luca, Mass, The Matrix Resurrections, The Mitchells vs the Machines, Parallel Mothers, Petite Maman, A Quiet Place Part II, The Rescue, Swan Song, Titane and The Tragedy of Macbeth
  • The following British short films were nominated: Affairs of the Art, The Black Cop, Do Not Feed the Pigeons, Femme, Night of the Living Dread, The Palace, Stuffed, Three Meetings of the Extraordinary Committee

Half of the top 12 most nominated films are British films, with Belfast and No Time To Die leading the way as the most nominated British films (with six and five nominations respectively).

Disney picked up nominations for many of its films including:

Luca (Available on Disney+)

  • Best Animated Film

Summer Of Soul (Available on Disney+)

  • Best Editing
  • Best Documentary

The King’s Man (Coming Soon To Disney+)

  • Rising Star – Harris Dickinson

West Side Story (Coming Soon To Disney+)

  • Best Sound
  • Best Production Design
  • Best Casting
  • Best Supporting Actress

The French Dispatch (Coming Soon To Disney+)

  • Best Production Design
  • Best Original Score

Nightmare Alley (Coming Soon To Disney+)

  • Best Production Design
  • Best Cinematography

Cruella (Available on Disney+)

  • Best Costume Design
  • Best Make Up & Hair

The Eyes Of Tammy Faye (Coming Soon To Disney+)

  • Best Make Up & Hair

Free Guy (Available on Disney+)

  • Best Special Visual Effects

Encanto (Available on Disney+)

  • Best Animated Film

Becoming Cousteau (Available on Disney+)

  • Best Documentary

The Rescue (Available on Disney+)

  • Best Documentary

Everyone’s Talking About Jamie (Available on Amazon Prime)

  • Best British Film

Amanda Berry, CEO of BAFTA, said in a statement:

“Congratulations to all our nominees, whose extraordinary talent and achievements have shone through in another incredible year for film. BAFTA celebrates its 75th anniversary this year, so it is a particularly special year for us and we are proud to be announcing the nominations from our recently redeveloped home at 195 Piccadilly. We look forward to celebrating our nominees’ incredible talent in person when we welcome everyone to London’s Royal Albert Hall for the EE British Academy Film Awards on 13 March.”

Krishnendu Majumdar, Chair of BAFTA, added:

“This year’s nominations showcase a remarkable range of creative work in-front of and behind the camera. We know that by celebrating outstanding achievement today, we are inspiring future generations for years to come. Two years ago, we launched a wide-ranging review into our voting, membership and campaigning processes and I want to thank the BAFTA members and the wider industry for embracing these changes. Our goal is to level the playing field for awards entries so that more films and the true diverse range of exceptional creative talent in the UK and internationally is represented and celebrated. With 48 films nominated today, we’re delighted to be able to shine a spotlight on such phenomenal breadth of stories and performances.”

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