|67th British Academy Film Awards|
|Date||16 February 2014|
|Site||Royal Opera House, London|
|Hosted by||Stephen Fry|
|Best Film||12 Years a Slave|
|Best British Film||Gravity|
|Best Actor||Chiwetel Ejiofor|
12 Years a Slave
|Best Actress||Cate Blanchett|
|Most awards||Gravity (6)|
|Most nominations||Gravity (11)|
The 67th British Academy Film Awards, more commonly known as the BAFTAs, were held on 16 February 2014 at the Royal Opera House in London, honouring the best national and foreign films of 2013. The nominations were announced on 8 January 2014 by actor Luke Evans and actress Helen McCrory. Presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, accolades were handed out for the best feature-length film and documentaries of any nationality that were screened at British cinemas in 2013.
Gravity won six of its eleven nominations, including Best Director for Alfonso Cuarón, Outstanding British Film, Best Cinematography, Best Original Music, Best Sound, and Best Special Visual Effects. 12 Years a Slave won Best Film and Best Actor in a Leading Role for Chiwetel Ejiofor. Cate Blanchett won Best Actress in a Leading Role for Blue Jasmine, Barkhad Abdi won Best Actor in a Supporting Role for Captain Phillips, and Jennifer Lawrence won Best Actress in a Supporting Role for American Hustle.
The ceremony was broadcast on BBC One and BBC Three. It was hosted by Stephen Fry, the ninth time he's hosted the ceremony. The ceremony opened with a duet call "Heroes" from Tinie Tempah and singer Laura Mvula. Viewing figures were the lowest since 2010, with 4.73 million watching the ceremony.
Winners and nominees
- Most wins
- Most nominations
- 11 nominations Gravity
- 10 nominations 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle
- 9 nominations Captain Phillips
- 5 nominations Behind the Candelabra and Saving Mr. Banks
- 4 nominations Philomena, Rush, and The Wolf of Wall Street
- 3 nominations Blue Jasmine, The Great Gatsby, Inside Llewyn Davis, and Nebraska
- 2 nominations The Act of Killing, The Butler, and The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug
- Shirley Temple
- Joan Fontaine
- Elmore Leonard
- Saul Zaentz
- Julie Harris
- Ray Dolby
- Graham Stark
- Stephenie McMillan
- Philip Seymour Hoffman
- Eileen Brennan
- Ray Harryhausen
- David Campling
- Maximilian Schell
- Esther Williams
- Jean Kent
- Gerry Hambling
- Ruth Prawer Jhabvala
- Vic Hammond
- Eleanor Parker
- Bryan Forbes
- Anwar Brett
- Run Run Shaw
- Paul Walker
- Deanna Durbin
- Antonia Bird
- Peter O'Toole
- 3rd AACTA International Awards
- 86th Academy Awards
- 39th César Awards
- 19th Critics' Choice Awards
- 66th Directors Guild of America Awards
- 71st Golden Globe Awards
- 34th Golden Raspberry Awards
- 29th Independent Spirit Awards
- 19th Lumières Awards
- 4th Magritte Awards
- 1st Platino Awards
- 25th Producers Guild of America Awards
- 18th Satellite Awards
- 40th Saturn Awards
- 20th Screen Actors Guild Awards
- 66th Writers Guild of America Awards
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