The black historical comedy "The Favorite", in which actress Olivia Colman plays Queen Anne, has everything to please the success of the British Bafta Awards in London. With the season's pre-Oscar awards in full swing, the comedy Costumed on a stinging queen Colman is tipped for the main actress Gong for her tumultuous description of the largely forgotten monarch of the famous Greek director Yorgos Lanthimos, of the 18th century. Colman, 45, confronts Glenn Close ("The Woman"). ) and Lady Gaga ("A star is born") – the same power duo she will face at the Oscars on February 24th. "The Favorite" also stars Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, both voted for Best Supporting Actress, while Lanthimos faces "Roma" Alfonso Cuaron for Best Director. Weisz and Stone are also in the running for the Oscars in a year of pride for the British film industry. The category of the best film includes "Green Book" – an inter-racial comedy set for pals in 1962 by director Peter Farrelly – and Bradley Cooper's remake of the classic "A star is born" of 1937.The British bookmakers have "Blackkklansman" Spike Lee as action plan for the award of the coveted gold mask award.- Last year's ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall, Hollywood stars paint the red carpet in black as a sign in solidarity with the # MeToo.L movement of the 2019 edition was also tinged with scandal.Bafta withdrew Bryan Singer, director of "Bohemian Rhapsody", quoted in the British film Queen's nomination "in the light of". very serious recent allegations ".This refers to an article in the American magazine The Atlantic detailing allegations of sexual misconduct including minor sex. Singer denies the story and the film itself is still at stake. The portrait of Rami Malek The late leader of Queen Freddie Mercury, victim of the AIDS epidemic at the time when the 39, homosexuality was taboo, made him the favorite of the best actor. It's a huge responsibility, "said Malek, referring to the music icon. You do not want to imitate Freddie, you want to be able to understand why he did what he did. "The transformation of Christian Bale into the former but humble but powerful former US Vice President Dick Cheney in" Vice "has also earned him a nomination for lead actor Mahershala Ali (" Green Book ") and Richard E. Grant ("Can you ever forgive me?") Are precursors of the secondary actor's award.- "Absolutely gobsmacked" – "They will not get old" from director Peter Jackson, in which images in silent black and white from the First World War were transformed into a 3D color film with sound are within the reach of the best documentary.The film that marked the centenary of the end of the Great War was a great success in Great Britain when it aired on the BBC in November. New Zealander Jackson told AFP that he was "absolutely amazed at the end of the restoration of this material." People have already restored the movie, but they still have not really rest will have h degree, "said Jackson.