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BAFTA Scorecards: Nominations By Movie & Distributor

Studios, specialty labels, streamers and indies spread the field of BAFTA Film Awards nominations announced today. Universal’s Oppenheimer leads with 13, followed by Searchlight’s Poor Things at 11 and Apple Original Films’ Killers of the Flower Moon at nine, tying with A24’s The Zone of Interest.

Searchlight was the most nominated distributor with 19 total mentions including Poor Things, All of Us Strangers and Rye Lane. Combined, Searchlight and parent company Disney scored 22 noms. Titles from Universal and Focus landed a total 21, led by Christopher Nolan’s epic biographical thriller and Alexander Payne’s The Holdovers.

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The streamers also fared well, with Apple Original Films at 14, led by Killers of the Flower Moon’s nine including Best Film and despite snubs of director Martin Scorsese and stars Lily Gladstone and Leonardo DiCaprio. This is a bit tricky since Paramount released the movie theatrically in the UK, while Sony handled Napoleon for Apple which took four noms — neither film is credited to those studios on BAFTA’s list of distributors (see below). Netflix picked up 12 mentions, predominantly for Bradley Cooper’s Maestro with seven.

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A24’s British title The Zone of Interest from Jonathan Glazer has nine nominations, while Cannes Palme d’Or winner Anatomy of a Fall came in with seven — that film was originally sold to Picturehouse, which was key to its UK release in November, with Lionsgate coming on board to handle the awards run.

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Also notable, films backed by the UK’s Film4 received a record-breaking 30 nominations across five titles: Poor Things, The Zone of Interest, All of Us Strangers, How to Have Sex and Earth Mama.

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Check out the scorecards below based on today’s nominations. The studio rankings are per distributor label rather than per company.

NOMINATIONS BY FILM
(2 or more)

Oppenheimer – 13
Poor Things – 11
Killers of the Flower Moon – 9
The Zone of Interest – 9
Anatomy of a Fall – 7
The Holdovers – 7
Maestro – 7
All of Us Strangers – 6
Barbie – 5
Saltburn – 5
Napoleon – 4
How to Have Sex – 3
Past Lives – 3
20 Days in Mariupol – 2
The Color Purple – 2
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One – 2
Rye Lane – 2
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse – 2

NOMINATIONS BY DISTRIBUTOR

Searchlight – 19
Apple Original Films – 14
Universal – 14
Netflix – 12
A24 – 9
Warner Bros – 8
Focus Features – 7
Lionsgate – 7
Amazon MGM Studios/WB – 5
Dogwoof – 4
Studiocanal – 4
Disney – 3
Mubi – 3
Paramount – 2
Sony – 2
Conic Films – 1
Elysian Film Group – 1
Modern – 1
Orion/Amazon MGM Studios/Curzon – 1
Picturehouse – 1
Sky – 1

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