What you need to know
- The 2022 BAFTA nominations have been announced.
- Three Apple TV+ has picked up recognition.
- Up for awards are The Tragedy of Macbeth, Mahershala Ali for Swan Song and CODA.
The nominations for the 2022 BAFTAs have been announced Thursday, with several Apple TV+ titles gaining recognition.
From the Academy:
Apple has scooped a total of four nominations, specifically: * The Tragedy of Macbeth - Bruno Delbonnel - Best Cinematography * CODA's Troy Kotsur - Best Supporting Actor * Swan Song's Mahershala Ali - Best Leading Actor * CODA - Best Adapted Screen Play
The awards will be announced at the BAFTAs on Sunday, March 13.
Apple's slate of original Apple TV+ shows continue to garner recognition at awards. Last month, the platform scored 9 nominations from the American Society of Cinematographers and the Cinema Audio Society, having won two Music City Film Critics' Association awards. From that report:
Amongst the shows recognized were The Tragedy of Macbeth, Foundation, Servant, Mythic Quest, Physical, and of course Ted Lasso.
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