FINAL BAFTA Predictions- Who Should Win and Who Will Win!

The 2015 BAFTAs are just hours away, with the ceremony commencing at 7:00 pm GMT, with the show being broadcast on BBC One at 9:00 pm GMT (annoying, right?). This is the last major ceremony before the Oscars and with ballots out now, it could give a marker for who will win there. These are the people and films that deserve to win as well as the ones who will win.

Best Film: Should Win- Boyhood, Will Win- Boyhood

Best British Film: Should Win- The Theory of Everything, Will Win- The Imitation Game

Best Director: Should Win- Richard Linklater (Boyhood), Will Win- Richard Linklater (Boyhood)

Best Actor: Should Win- Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything), Will Win- Eddie Redmayne (The Theory of Everything)

Best Actress: Should Win- Rosamund Pike (Gone Girl), Will Win- Julianne Moore (Still Alice)

Best Supporting Actor: Should Win- Steve Carell (Foxcatcher), Will Win- J.K. Simmons (Whiplash)

Best Supporting Actress: Should Win- Patricia Arquette (Boyhood), Will Win- Patricia Arquette (Boyhood)

Best Original Screenplay: Should Win- Whiplash, Will Win- The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Adapted Screenplay: Should Win- Gone Girl, Will Win- The Imitation Game

Best Debut by a British Director/Writer/Producer: Should Win- Stephen Beresford (Pride), Will Win- Yann Demange (’71)

EE Rising Star Award: Should Win- Miles Teller (Whiplash), Will Win- Jack O’Connell (Starred Up, ’71, Unbroken)

Best Cinematography: Should Win- Birdman, Will Win- Birdman

Best Costume Design: Should Win- Into the Woods, Will Win- The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Film Editing: Should Win- Whiplash, Will Win- Whiplash

Best Makeup and Hair-styling: Should Win- The Grand Budapest Hotel, Will Win- The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Production Design: Should Win- The Grand Budapest Hotel, Will Win- The Grand Budapest Hotel

Best Score: Should Win- Interstellar, Will Win- The Theory of Everything

Best Sound: Should Win- Birdman, Will Win: Whiplash

Best Visual Effects: Should Win- Interstellar, Will Win- Interstellar

Best Animated Feature: Should Win- The Lego Movie, Will Win- The Lego Movie

Best Documentary Feature: Citizenfour, Will Win: Citizenfour

Best Film Not in the English Language: Should Win: Two Days, One Night, Will Win- Ida

Total Wins: The Grand Budapest Hotel (4); Boyhood (3), Whiplash (3); The Imitation Game (2), The Theory of Everything (2); Still Alice (1), ’71 (1), Birdman (1), Interstellar (1), The Lego Movie (1), Citizenfour (1), Ida (1).

P.S. Kiss to the Camera in the opening monologue- Benedict Cumberbatch

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