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“I May Destroy You” is crowned as a winner in the television Baftas
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“I May Destroy You” is crowned as a winner in the television Baftas

"I May Destroy You" was crowned the winner of the 67th edition of the awards Bafta on British television, ahead of the favorite, “Small Ax”, by getting two of the most important recognitions: best miniseries and best actress.The true winner of the ceremony is the British woman of Ghanaian origin Michaela Coel, who won both awards for her work as the creator, director and protagonist of this dramatic comedy that recounts Arabella's struggle to recover the memories of a wild night.Look at this: "Small Ax", the favorite at the night of the Bafta television awardsThis BBC One and HBO production continued in the wake it began to draw on May 24 at the awards ceremony for the most technical categories, where it won the awards for best editing, best direction and best drama script. See th...
Michaela Coel and ‘I could destroy you’ triumph at the television BAFTAs
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Michaela Coel and ‘I could destroy you’ triumph at the television BAFTAs

I could destroy you was the big winner on the night of the television awards given at a blended event by the British Academy of Motion Picture Arts. The intimate and personal miniseries of Michaela Coel was awarded as one of the great titles of the year, as well as its creator and protagonist as best actress. This recognition for I could destroy you comes to compensate for the total neglect of the series in the last edition of the Golden Globes. Something that in retrospect can be considered as one of the sparks that ignited the torrent of criticism against the lack of racial diversity within his organization, precipitating the crisis in which they are.Returning to the BAFTAs, we must also hig...
2021 TV BAFTAs say no to Zoom and yes to holograms
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2021 TV BAFTAs say no to Zoom and yes to holograms

By now, yeah Philip K. Dick raised his head, he could only say "I warned you". The sum of new technologies and the social distancing demanded by the pandemic is taking us to extremes of simulation and simulation that could only have been predicted by the literary author of Blade Runner, and the ceremony of the BAFTA 2021 will be a good example of this.Why do we say this? Well because (according to The Guardian) Several nominees for the television categories of these trophies will appear at the June 6 gala as holograms. As if they were 'resurrected' pop stars, candidates for the awards will appear in the form of 3D reconstructions.According to the newspaper, this measure will affect those int...
Actor and director Noel Clarke (‘Doctor Who’) accused of abusing 20 women
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Actor and director Noel Clarke (‘Doctor Who’) accused of abusing 20 women

In the British arena, Noel Clarke has been developing a most solid career, compartmentalizing his appearances in Doctor Who with a cinematographic project promoted by him and crystallized in the films Kidulthood (who was in charge of writing), Adulthood Y Brotherhood (who wrote, directed and starred in). Enough curriculum to have a warm relationship with the British Academy, which in the last edition of the BAFTA wanted to award him the award for Best contribution to British cinema. But, at the last minute, and after receiving a mountain of criticism and emails, the award has been suspended. As well as it seems that the organism has cut any connection with Clarke.The reason? The emergence...
Youn Yuh-jung wins Best Supporting Actress Oscar for ‘Minari’ (and is thrilled to meet Brad Pitt)
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Youn Yuh-jung wins Best Supporting Actress Oscar for ‘Minari’ (and is thrilled to meet Brad Pitt)

When he won the BAFTA for his performance in Minari. Family history, Youn Yuh-jung already showed that he did not mince words. Thus, he thanked the British for giving him this award, being what they were like. “snobs”, setting very high expectations for what he could do if he won the Oscar. And it has not disappointed. Youn Yuh-jung has not only become the first Korean actress to win an Oscar, but she has also reacted the way anyone would react if they met Brad Pitt on stage… just with a lot more style. "Nice to meet you, Mr. Pitt", said according to the interpreter announced that she was the winner of the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress for Minari. "Where were you when we w...
Youn Yuh-jung Hilariously Calls Brits 'Very Snobbish People' In BAFTA Speech
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Youn Yuh-jung Hilariously Calls Brits 'Very Snobbish People' In BAFTA Speech

“Minari” star Youn Yuh-jung is still vying for Oscars glory, but she just won the awards season with her blunt-in-the-best way acceptance speech at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards. After making history at the SAG Awards for her performance as the lovable, foul-mouthed grandmother in Lee Isaac Chung’s feature film, the veteran Korean actor picked up another major accolade over the weekend.  Cementing her standing as the front-runner for the Academy Awards later this month, Youn was crowned Best Supporting Actress at the BAFTAs, where she accepted the award virtually from presenter David Oyelowo. The visibly shocked star, whose career spans five decades in her home country, started her speech by sweetly introducing herself to the crowd. “Hello, Britain! I am Korean ac...