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BAFTA Awards 1989

The 42th edition of the BAFTA Awards of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts was held on March 19, 1989 at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London, United Kingdom, awarding the best films and series of the year 1988, was presented by .

 

The movie with the most nominations at the BAFTA 1989 was The Last Emperor with 12 nominations and The film that won the most awards was Tumbledown (TV), winning 3 of the 8 nominations.

To below is the complete list of the nominees and winners of the 1989 Bafta Awards.
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What was the movie that won the BAFTA for Best Picture 1989?

The winning film of the BAFTA for Best Picture 1989 was The Last Emperor

Best Picture

Who won the BAFTA for Best Director in 1989?

The director who won the BAFTA for Best Director in 1989 was Louis Malle, for the film Goodbye Children

Best Director

Who won the BAFTA for Best Leading Actor in 1989?

The actor who won the BAFTA for Best Leading Actor in 1989 was John Cleese, for the movie A Fish Called Wanda

Best Leading Actor

Who won the BAFTA for Best Leading Actress in 1989?

The actress who won the BAFTA for Best Leading Actress in 1989 was Maggie Smith, for the movie The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne

Best Leading Actress

Who won the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor in 1989?

The actor who won the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actor in 1989 was Michael Palin, for the movie A Fish Called Wanda

Best Supporting Actor

Who won the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress in 1989?

The actress who won the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress in 1989 was Judi Dench, for the movie A Handful of Dust

Best Supporting Actress

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