47th British Academy Film Awards

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47th British Academy Film Awards
Date15 April 1994
SiteTheatre Royal, Drury Lane
Hosted bySheena McDonald
Produced byRock Oldham
Directed byRoyston Mayoh
Highlights
Best FilmSchindler's List
Best British FilmShadowlands
Best ActorAnthony Hopkins
The Remains of the Day
Best ActressHolly Hunter
The Piano
Most awardsSchindler's List (7)
Most nominationsSchindler's List (13)

The 47th British Film Awards, given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 1994, honoured the best films of 1993.

Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List won the award for Best Film (and later won the Academy Award for Best Picture). Shadowlands was voted Best British Film of 1993. Schindler's List also won the awards for Best Director (Spielberg), Supporting Actor (Ralph Fiennes), Adapted Screenplay, Cinematography, Score and Editing. Anthony Hopkins won the award for Best Actor (The Remains of the Day) and Holly Hunter was voted Best Actress for her role in The Piano. The Age of Innocence won one award: Best Supporting Actress, Miriam Margolyes.

Winners and nominees[edit]

Steven Spielberg, Best Director winner
Anthony Hopkins, Best Actor winner
Holly Hunter, Best Actress winner
Ralph Fiennes, Best Supporting Actor winner
Miriam Margolyes, Best Supporting Actress winner
Janusz Kamiński, Best Cinematography winner
John Williams, Best Original Score winner

Schindler's ListSteven Spielberg, Gerald R. Molen and Branko Lustig

Steven SpielbergSchindler's List

Anthony HopkinsThe Remains of the Day as James Stevens

Holly HunterThe Piano as Ada McGrath

Ralph FiennesSchindler's List as Amon Göth

Miriam MargolyesThe Age of Innocence as Mingott

Groundhog DayDanny Rubin and Harold Ramis

Schindler's ListSteven Zaillian

Schindler's ListJanusz Kamiński

The PianoJanet Patterson

Schindler's ListMichael Kahn

Orlando – Morag Ross

Schindler's ListJohn Williams

The Piano – Andrew McAlpine

The FugitiveJohn Leveque, Bruce Stambler, Becky Sullivan, Scott D. Smith, Donald O. Mitchell, Michael Herbick and Frank A. Montaño

Jurassic ParkDennis Muren, Stan Winston, Phil Tippett and Michael Lantieri

ShadowlandsRichard Attenborough and Brian Eastman

Farewell My ConcubineHsu Feng and Chen Kaige

The Wrong TrousersChris Moll and Nick Park

Franz Kafka's It's a Wonderful Life – Ruth Kenley-Letts and Peter Capaldi

  • One Night Stand – Georgia Masters and Bill Britten
  • A Small Deposit – Paul Holmes and Eleanor Yule
  • Syrup – Anita Overland and Paul Unwin

Statistics[edit]

Films that received multiple nominations
Nominations Film
13 Schindler's List
10 The Piano
6 The Remains of the Day
Shadowlands
4 The Age of Innocence
Bram Stoker's Dracula
The Fugitive
3 In the Line of Fire
2 Aladdin
In the Name of the Father
Jurassic Park
Orlando
Sleepless in Seattle
Tom & Viv
Films that received multiple awards
Awards Film
7 Schindler's List
3 The Piano

See also[edit]