Olivia Colman’s film The Favourite leads the race for this year’s Bafta Awards, with 12 nominations.
The announcement comes days after Colman won a Golden Globe for playing Queen Anne in the period comedy-drama.
It’s some way ahead of its nearest Bafta rivals Bohemian Rhapsody, A Star Is Born, First Man and Roma, which have seven nominations each.
Steve Coogan, Christian Bale, Claire Foy, Rachel Weisz and Richard E Grant are the other British acting nominees.
Films with the most nominations:
- The Favourite – 12
- A Star Is Born, Bohemian Rhapsody, First Man, Roma – 7
- Vice – 6
- BlacKkKlansman – 5
- Cold War, Green Book – 4
- Can You Ever Forgive Me?, Mary Poppins Returns, Mary Queen of Scots, Stan & Ollie – 3
- The Favourite
- Green Book
- A Star Is Born
Outstanding British film
- Bohemian Rhapsody
- The Favourite
- Stan & Ollie
- You Were Never Really Here
- Glenn Close – The Wife
- Lady Gaga – A Star Is Born
- Melissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me?
- Olivia Colman – The Favourite
- Viola Davis – Widows
- Bradley Cooper – A Star Is Born
- Christian Bale – Vice
- Rami Malek – Bohemian Rhapsody
- Steve Coogan – Stan & Ollie
- Viggo Mortensen – Green Book
- Adam Driver – BlacKkKlansman
- Mahershala Ali – Green Book
- Richard E Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me?
- Sam Rockwell – Vice
- Timothee Chalamet – Beautiful Boy
- Amy Adams – Vice
- Claire Foy – First Man
- Emma Stone – The Favourite
- Margot Robbie – Mary Queen of Scots
- Rachel Weisz – The Favourite
Joanna Lumley will host the Bafta film ceremony for the second time at the Royal Albert Hall in London on 10 February.