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BAFTA Award: Ma Araniz Black Bottom won two awards, Nolan’s ‘Tenette’ selected for best scenes

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BAFTA Award: Ma Araniz Black Bottom won two awards, Nolan's 'Tenette' selected for best scenes
BAFTA Award: Ma Araniz Black Bottom won two awards, Nolan's 'Tenette' selected for best scenes

BAFTA Award: Ma Araniz Black Bottom won two awards, Nolan’s ‘Tenette’ selected for best scenes

BAFTA Award London: On the first day of the 74th British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards ceremony, “Ma Raniz Black Bottom” starring Viola Davis won two awards in the technical category.

The annual awards ceremony, which was postponed in February due to the Corona virus global epidemic, has been made a two-day event.

The first day of the BAFTA festival was hosted by British Radio’s renowned personality Clara Amfo, which was held online on Saturday and announced the names of winners for eight categories.

Ma Arange Black Black Bottom won awards for best dress design and best makeup.

David Fincher’s “Monk” starring Gary Oldman won the award for Best Production Design, while filmmaker Christopher Nolan’s spy thriller film ‘Tenette” won the award for Best Visual Effect.

Riz Ahmed starrer ‘Sound of Metal’ won the award for Best Sound, while Lucy Pardi won the best casting trophy for “Rocks”.

Farah Nebulsi’s ‘The Present’ won the Best British Short Film and ‘The Owl and the Pussycat’ won the Best British Short Animation award.

Actor, director and writer Noel Clarke was felicitated for his outstanding contribution to the world of cinema at the event.

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