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How to watch the films nominated by Bafta this year

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Kate Winslet and Saoirse Ronan star in this romantic drama, loosely inspired by the life of British paleontologist Mary Anning, and won a Bafta nomination for her costume design. The current UK release date is March 26, likely on a streaming platform, as theaters will still be closed.

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His home

Remi Weekes’ topical horror film sees a South Sudanese refugee couple trying to make a new life in an English town – only to find their problems are just beginning. His house has three nods, including the Outstanding British Film and Outstanding Debut For Weeks, and you can watch it now on Netflix.

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Christopher Nolan’s time-twisting sci-fi thriller was one of the major new film releases after lockdown in 2020, but that didn’t prove the prices some were predicting. Still, it gets a nod here for its awesome visuals, and it’s available now on Amazon Prime.


Likewise, Wilde’s vivid version of Autumn on Jane Austen (with a screenplay by Eleanor Catton) only won one nomination here, for best costume design. But his charming cast includes Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Josh O’Connor, and Bill Nighy, and you can find him now on Amazon Prime.

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Another entry from Tom Hanks – this time an Aaron Schneider film based on CS Forester’s novel The Good Shepherd, about a US Navy commander defending merchant ships under attack by German submarines. It is nominated for its sound and visual effects and is available to watch on Apple TV + (£ 4.99 per month).


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