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>> Damien Chazelle for La La Land.>> Damien Chazelle for La La Land. La La Land.
>> It won seven Golden Globes on Sunday, and now the romance musical's up for 11 BAFTAs, leading the field over next month's British Academy of Film and Television Arts Awards.>> Jazz is about the future.
>> Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone who play the main characters are nominated for leading actor and leading actress. The movie tells the tale of a pianist and a struggling actress in Hollywood.>> Not really any surprises. We've seen it do very well at other awards ceremonies, and just personally speaking, having seen it, it's the kind of movie that is irresistible.
I don't really know how you cannot react and cannot love La La Land.>> That's what they call a UFO.
Other films that scored big was sci-fi film Arrival.>> You know that you were my first crush?>> Fashion designer Tom Ford's drama Nocturnal Animals, each with nine nominations.
>> What's your problem?>> Are you having a breakdown?>> I'm just freaking out.>> Manchester by the Sea, about a family dealing with tragedy, got six nods. British filmmaking talent recognized across the board.>> I was a carpenter.>> I've never been anywhere near a computer.>> Amongst others, Ken Loach's gritty drama about life on benefits, I, Daniel Blake, up for Best Film.
>> I think it's always important for Brits to have a very bright spotlight shone on them. The BAFTAs are now a global ceremony. The broadcast goes out all around the world. So for Brits to be featured it's fantastic, we're an international ceremony, but I always love it when the Brits do well.
e award ceremony will be held in London Royal Albert Hall on the 12th of February.