the British Film Awards, German war film All Quiet On The Western Front won the most awards, including best film

At the BAFTA Film Awards held in London on February 19, the German war film All Quiet On The Western Front, a film about the First World War, won seven awards, including Best Film.

Even with this film, director Edward Berger won the best director award, the soundtrack award, voice award The film also won the best foreign language film award.

At the Golden Globe Awards, The Banshees of Inisherin and Elvis won four awards each, while Banshees won Best British Film. Original Screenplay Award Awarded Best Supporting Actress (Carrie Condenser) and Best Supporting Actor (Barry Condenser), Elvis won Best Actor and Choice Actor Awards for Austin Butler; He won the clothing design award and the makeup and hair award.

Cate Blanchett won the best actress award for Tar.

Leading the way with most of the Oscar nominations, including Best Picture, veteran actress Michelle Yeoh’s sci-fi drama Everywhere All At Once failed to do well at the BAFTA Awards.

The Special Visual Effects award went to Avatar: The Way of Water. The awards ceremony was attended by Prince William and his wife Kate, who is the president of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.

The BAFTA Awards are regarded as Britain’s Oscars and are considered a predictor of the 95th Academy Awards, which will be held in LA on March 12.