BAFTA Awards 2022: This is the complete list of winners

This Sunday the BAFTA awards were held in London, United Kingdom, which rewards the best of British and international cinema.

Jane Campion’s Western “The Power of the Dog” won on Sunday Bafta awards from the British Film Academy for Best Director and Best Film, at a ceremony held in London.

Will Smith won best actor for his portrayal of the Williams sisters’ father and tennis coach in “The Williams Way,” while Britain’s Joanna Scanlan won best actress for her role as a widow in the drama. “After Love”.

BAFTA President Krishnendu Majumdar said Russia’s invasion of Ukraine had “shocked the world” and said film academies across Europe share “the hope of a return to peace.”

Despite not winning the main awards, Denis Villeneuve’s sci-fi film “Dune” won awards for best special effects, cinematography, sound, score and production design.

The Japanese Ryusuke Hamaguchi won the award for the best foreign language film for “Drive My Car”, a category in which the Spanish “Parallel Mothers” by Pedro Almodóvar also competed.

Kenneth Branagh won the best British film award for his semi-autobiographical “Belfast”.

Best film: The Power of the Dog
British Writer, Director or Producer Debut: The Harder they Fall
Best British Film: Belfast
Best International Film: Drive my Car
Best Documentary: Summer of Soul
Best Animated Feature: Charm
Best Director: The Power of the Dog
Best Original Screenplay: Licorice Pizza
Best Adapted Screenplay: CODA
Best actress: Joanna Scanlan
Best Actor: Will Smith
Best Supporting Actress: Ariana DeBose
Best Supporting Actor: Troy Kotsur
Best Casting: Wide West Story
BAFTA Award for Cinematography: DUNE
Best Edition: no time to die
Best Production Design: DUNE
Best Photography: DUNE
Best Costume Design: cruel
Best Makeup and Hairstyle: The Eyes of Tammy Faye
Best Sound: DUNE
Best Visual Effects: DUNE
Best British Animated Short Film: Don’t Feed the Pigeons
Best British Short: The Black Cop
Best New Performer: Lashana Lynch