7th British Academy Film Awards

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7th British Academy Film Awards
Date 1954
Highlights
Best Film Jeux Interdits
Best British Film Genevieve
Most awards Julius Caesar (2)
Most nominations Roman Holiday (4)
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The 7th British Film Awards, given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 1954, honoured the best films of 1953.

Winners & Nominees[edit]

Best Film[edit]

Jeux Interdits

Best Foreign Actor[edit]

Marlon Brando in Julius Caesar

Best British Actor[edit]

John Gielgud in Julius Caesar

Best British Actress[edit]

Audrey Hepburn in Roman Holiday

Best Foreign Actress[edit]

Leslie Caron in Lili

Best Documentary[edit]

The Conquest of Everest

Best British Film[edit]

Genevieve

Most Promising Newcomer To Film[edit]

Norman Wisdom in Trouble in Store

United Nations Award[edit]

World Without End[1]

Special Award[edit]

The Romance of Transportation in Canada

  1. ^ "Awards Database - The BAFTA site". Retrieved 15 May 2012.