This year’s BAFTA shortlist is very diverse, but full of shocking omissions.
No nomination for David Fincher either. He was the genius behind ‘Mank’ and it’s a travesty they haven’t given him a gong.
Niamh Algar needs to win for ‘Calm with Horses’ - she was extraordinary. And why is Daniel Kaluuya up for Supporting Actor when he’s the leading actor of ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’?
Overall, not impressed, BAFTA. Not impressed. Big thumbs up for diversity, but there are some shocking omissions. You might as well call it #BAFTASSOJOKE!
Meet Roshan Chandy
Freelance film critic, journalist and writer based in Nottingham, UK. Specialises in cinema.
Roshan's Top 5 Films of the Week
1. A Quiet Place: Part II (in cinemas)
2. Cruella (in cinemas)
3. After Love (in cinemas)
4. Dream Horse (in cinemas)
5. Frankie (in cinemas)
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