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++>[Here's How To Watch] 77th British Academy Film Awards Live Free TV Channel 18 February 2024

How to watch BAFTA Film Awards 2024: live stream the ceremony for free — and from anywhere. The 77th BAFTA Film Awards are back for a glamorous night of celebration to honor the biggest movies of the year and will be broadcast live on Sunday, February 18 at 12 p.m. PT / 3 p.m. ET on BBC. Watch the award show take place at the Royal Festival Hall in London’s Southbank Centre.

Click Here to Watch BAFTA Film Awards 2024 Live Online

The BAFTA Film Awards is one of the most prestigious events celebrating movies from the last 12 months as we get ever closer to the Oscars next month. If you fancy catching each award and their acceptance speeches in full live, we can show you how to watch the BAFTAs live stream online from anywhere.

It's a competitive field this year, with Oppenheimer a likely favorite with multiple British connections leading it to 13 nominations. Poor Things continues gathering momentum, though, with 11, followed by the Scorsese/Di Caprio combo of Flowers of the Killer Moon. Saltburn and Barbie have five each, too.

The stars are out for the biggest night in the U.K. film calendar

"Oppenheimer", "Barbie", "Killers of the Flower Moon", "Anatomy of a Fall" and "Saltburn" are just some of the movies nominated for a gong at the 2024 BAFTA Film Awards in London, hosted by David Tennant.

Below, we'll explain how to watch the BAFTA Film Awards 2024 online now for free. And, should you find yourself away from home, you can stream the series from anywhere with a VPN.

BAFTA Film Awards 2024: TV channel, start time, and streaming info

U.K. date and time: The BAFTAs will be broadcast live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer on Sunday, February 18 at 7 p.m. GMT. It will be available on-demand on iPlayer after it airs.

FREE — BBC iPlayer (U.K.)

U.S. — BritBox

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It’s England’s biggest night in film, and the 2024 BAFTA Awards ceremony is sure to have some exciting moments in store, honoring the best in movies from across the globe. After six years of being hosted at the Royal Albert Hall, the BAFTAs moved to their new home, the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall in London, where the festivities will still take place for 2024. David Tennant is set to host the BAFTAs this year, with one of the most anticipated guests of the night being Sophie Ellis-Bextor, tapped to perform her 2001 hit “Murder on the Dancefloor,” which is currently experiencing a major resurgence thanks to the movie Saltburn.

Christopher Nolan’s "Oppenheimer" remains the one to beat with a whopping 13 nominations. Following close behind, and also vying for the Best Film prize, is kooky comedy "Poor Things" by Greek filmmaker Yorgos Lanthimos, while Martin Scorsese’s "Killers of the Flower Moon" ties with "The Zone of Interest", both bagging 9 nominations apiece.

"Barbie" might be up for Best Picture at the Oscars, but it missed out on Best Film at the BAFTAs. Elsewhere, the BAFTA members have elected to recognise Andrew Haigh’s profoundly moving “All of Us Strangers” and home grown rom-com “Rye Lane”, with Vivian Oparah in contention for the Best Actress in a Leading Role.

In addition to the awards themselves, there’ll be heaps of razzle dazzle from Emmy-winning performer Hannah Waddington (“Ted Lasso”) and a performance by pop star Sophie Ellis-Bextor.

BAFTAs 2024: nominations in the main categories

Best Film

“Anatomy of a Fall”

“The Holdovers”

“Killers of the Flower Moon”


“Poor Things”

Best Director

Bradley Cooper – “Maestro”

Jonathan Glazer – “The Zone of Interest”

Andrew Haigh – “All of Us Strangers”

Christopher Nolan “The Holdovers”

Justine Triet – “Anatomy of a Fall”

Best Actor in a Leading Role

Bradley Cooper – “Maestro”

Colman Domingo – “Rustin”

Paul Giamatti – “The Holdovers”

Barry Keoghan – “Saltburn”

Cillian Murphy – “Oppenheimer”

Teo Yoo – “Past Lives”

Best Actress in a Leading Role

Fantasia Barrino – “The Color Purple”

Sandra Hüller – “Anatomy of a Fall”

Carey Mulligan – “Maestro”

Vivian Oparah – “Rye Lane”

Margot Robbie – “Barbie”

Emma Stone – “Poor Things”

Best Actor in a Supporting Role

Robert De Niro – “Killers of the Flower Moon”

Robert Downey Jr. – “Oppenheimer”

Jacob Elordi – “Saltburn”

Ryan Gosling – “Barbie”

Paul Mescal – “All of Us Strangers”

Dominic Sessa – “The Holdovers”

Best Actress in a Supporting Role

Emily Blunt – “Oppenheimer”

Danielle Brooks – “The Color Purple”

Claire Foy – “All of Us Strangers”

Sandra Hüller – “The Zone of Interest”

Rosamund Pike – “Saltburn”

Da'Vine Joy Randolph – “The Holdovers”

Best Original Screenplay

“Anatomy of a Fall” – Justine Triet and Arthur Harari

“Barbie” – Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach

“The Holdovers” – David Hemingson

“Maestro” – Bradley Cooper and Josh Singer

“Past Lives” – Celine Song

Best Adapted Screenplay

“All of Us Strangers” – Andrew Haigh

“American Fiction” – Cord Jefferson

“Oppenheimer” – Christopher Nolan

“Poor Things” – Tony McNamara

“The Zone of Interest” – Jonathan Glazer

Best Animated Film

“The Boy and the Heron” – Hayao Miyazaki and Toshio Suzuki

“Elemental” – Peter Sohn and Denise Ream

“Chicken Run: Dawn of the Nugget” – Sam Fell, Leyla Hobart and Steve Pegram

“Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse” – Joaquim Dos Santos, Kemp Powers, Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

Best Film Not In The English Language

“20 Days in Mariupol” – Mstyslav Chernov and Raney Aronson-Rath

“Anatomy of a Fall” – Justine Triet, Marie-Ange Luciani and David Thion

“Past Lives” – Celine Song, David Hinojosa, Pamela Koffler and Christine Vachon

“Society of the Snow” – J. A. Bayona and Belén Atienza

“The Zone of Interest” – Jonathan Glazer

With 25 awards to be handed out, Christopher Nolan's biopic of the father of the atom bomb Oppenheimer leads the way with 13 nominations, while Yorgos Lanthimos's weird and wonderful Poor Things has 11, and Martin Scorsese's epic Killers of the Flower Moon has nine. Those two films are joined by Anatomy of a Fall and The Holdovers for the night's biggest prize: Best Film.

But the BAFTAs have always been a celebration of British film, too, and Outstanding British Film is looking hotly contested with 10 wildly varied films including All of Us Strangers, Apple TV+'s Napoleon, Saltburn and Wonka all in contention. Of course there are awards for acting, score, cinematography, animation, short films and many more besides – scroll to the bottom of this article to see more.

52-year-old Scottish actor David Tennant will host the BAFTA Film awards.

Tennant is known all over the world for playing the tenth and fourteenth incarnation of the Doctor in the much-loved British TV series Doctor Who.

The actor is no stranger to awards shows, having previously won Emmy Awards for his performances in Des and Star Wars: The Clone Wars, together with a Scottish BAFTA for The Escape Artist.

For the second year running, the BAFTA Awards will take place at the Royal Festival Hall in London's Southbank Centre cultural hub. Opened in 1951, the Royal Festival Hall has been home to the London Philharmonic Orchestra, and is primarily used for classical music concerts.

The BAFTA Awards won’t stream the final four categories live this year, the producers have confirmed. They will instead be broadcast as-live on the BBC with a two-hour delay along with the rest of the awards.

The star-studded three hour ceremony will, as usual, be edited down by an hour to make for a 120-minute run-time. It will also be available to watch on the BBC’s streaming service iPlayer and internationally on streamer BritBox.

Last year, for the first time ever, the show ran with its usual two-hour delay but the final four categories were broadcast live, meaning audiences at home got to watch in real time as Austin Butler picked up the award for best actor for “Elvis,” Cate Blanchett received a best actress gong for “Tar,” Emma Mackey won the Rising Star award and “All Quiet on the Western Front” was crowned best film.


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