Five of the very best films to come out of Britain in 2011/12 were nominated for the Outstanding British Film Award. Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy was announced as the winner at the Awards ceremony on 12 February 2012.
Exclusive BAFTA Film Q&As
Hear more about the 2012 Outstanding British Film nominees from the people who made them by listening to this selection of BAFTA film Q&As.
Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy
Director Tomas Alfredson, screenwriter Peter Straughan and actor Gary Oldman talk about their crime thriller film adapted from the John Le Carre novel.
The films nominated for Outstanding British Film were considered by BAFTA members to be the very best pieces of work to come out of the UK in 2011/12. Listen to these audio recordings from BAFTA events held in 2011 in which cast and creators discuss their film's themes and production process.
My Week With Marilyn
We Need To Talk About Kevin
More BAFTA Film Q&As
Listen to more audio from BAFTA Q&A sessions held in 2011 on BAFTA's SoundCloud channel.
The Outstanding British Film Award
The Award recognises initiative and endeavour in British film, rewarding outstanding and original British filmmaking which shows exceptional creativity and innovation. It is presented in honour of Alexander Korda.
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