The "favorite" and "Roma" filed
British film awards were presented in London
Olivia Colman was honored for her role in "The Favorite".
Everything in white stroked the duchess of Cambridge over the red carpet and almost stole the show from the stars. At the British Film Prize ceremony, Kate was also one of the first to congratulate Olivia Colman on her BAFTA success. Colman was honored for her role as Queen Anne in "The Favorite" as Best Actress. The story film received a total of seven BAFTA's in London.
The most important award for the best film was awarded "Roma", for which the Mexican Alfonso Cuarn was also honored as the best director. "Roma" also received Trophe for the best non-English language film and for the best camera. Rami Malek has now received Golden BAFTA Mask for his portrayal of Queen singer Freddie Mercury in the music movie "Bohemian Rhapsody" after the Golden Globe. After all, there was a BAFTA for the comedy "Green Book": Mahershala Ali got the award for Best Support Actor. The Best Music Award went to Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga for "A Star Is Born".
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