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'Atonement' named Best Film at BAFTAs

Atonement lands top Bafta Award


Atonement has been named best film at the Bafta Awards - although some other hotly tipped nominees missed out.


BAFTA quote from:

Paul Webster (producer of best film Atonement):
It has been a really brilliant year for cinema. This Bafta goes to all of us I think.

'Astonishing'


Atonement, a World War II romance starring James McAvoy and Keira Knightley, began the night with 14 nominations - more than any other film.

In the end, though, it took home just one other prize - for production design - as well as best film. Read Full article here and the complete Baftas 2008: List of winners.


View Red Carpet arrival photo of Keira and director Joe Wright with Atonement producers accepting their BAFTA award for Best Film below:


click images below to enlarge!






Source: BBC News

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