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BAFTA Winners 2022

February 19, 2023 Leave a comment Go to comments

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) have announced the winners of the 76th British Academy Film Awards, honoring the best in film in 2022.

In the Best Original Music category, the winner was Volker Bertelmann, who took home the award for his work scoring the German-language World War I epic All Quiet on the Western Front. Accepting his award, Bertelmann said:

“Thank you so much. Thank you to all the BAFTA members for honoring that film, and also the music. That means a lot to me because that film showed me that humanity, empathy, and embracing diversity of human beings and nations is one thing that is the most important in our world. So, I’m very happy that I was a part of the film. I want to say thank you to my wife Elizabeth. To my three kids Lotta, Paulina, and Lucas. To Edward Berger and Malte Grunert, for their trust, and letting me do my thing, Being, you know, they just cut the leashes whenever I wanted to fly a little bit more. I want to say thank you to the wonderful cast and crew because without their craftsmanship I couldn’t do a good score. I would be a little bit helpless. I want to say thank you to Netflix for their support, and I want to say thank you to Patti Macmillan, my agent, and Thomas Mikusz, who are since the beginning of my career they are friends and supporters and they never doubted that this might have happened at some point. So thank you for this, and congratulations to my fellow nominees, and to all the others that are nominated and all the winners. Have a wonderful evening, enjoy it! Thank you.”

The other nominees were Carter Burwell for The Banshees of Inisherin, Alexandre Desplat for Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio, Justin Hurwitz for Babylon, and Son Lux for Everything Everywhere All at Once.

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