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Film Awards 2011: Previous Nominations and Wins

Breakdown of previous nominations and wins for this year's winners

COLIN FIRTH (Leading Actor)

  • Four previous nominations:

2009: Leading Actor – A Single Man
2001: Supporting Actor – Bridget Jones Diary
1998 (TV): Actor – Tumbledown
1995 (TV): Actor – Pride and Prejudice

  • One previous win:

2009: Leading Actor – A Single Man

NATALIE PORTMAN (Leading Actress)

  • One previous nomination:

2004: Actress in a Supporting Role – Closer

DAVID FINCHER (Director)

  • One previous nomination:

2008: Director – The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

GEOFFREY RUSH (Supporting Actor)

  • Four previous nominations:

2000: Actor in a Leading Role – Quills
1998: Actor in a Supporting Role – Shakespeare in Love
1998: Actor in a Supporting Role – Elizabeth
1996: Actor in a Leading Role – Shine

  • Two previous wins:

1998: Actor in a Supporting Role – Shakespeare in Love
1996: Actor in a Leading Role – Shine

HELENA BONHAM CARTER (Supporting Actress)

  • Three previous nominations:

2009 (TV): Leading Actress – Enid
1997: Actress in a Leading Role – The Wings of the Dove
1992: Actress in a Supporting Role – Howards End

Only six of this year’s winners have won a BAFTA before (including Colin Firth and Geoffrey Rush):

  • Colleen Atwood wins this year for Costume Design for Alice in Wonderland and has won this category twice before for Memoirs of a Geisha (2005) and Sleepy Hollow (1999)
  • Chris Morris: winner of this year’s Outstanding Debut BAFTA for Four Lions. Chris won the Short Film category for My Wrongs 8245-8249 and 117 (2002)
  • Richard King, winner for Sound for Inception, has won once before at the Film Awards for Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World (2003)
  • Roger Deakins, winner for Cinematography for True Grit has won twice before: for No Country for Old Men (2007) and The Man Who Wasn’t There (2001)

This is Chris Corbould’s first win, after six previous nominations in the Special Visual Effects category. He wins for Inception this year. Alexandre Desplat wins the Original Music category for The King’s Speech this year, following four previous nominations.

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