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Peter Bradshaw’s Bafta 2022 predictions – who will win and who should win?

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Greatest movie

Will win: The Power of the Dog (dir. Jane Campion)
Ought to win: The Energy of the Canine (dir. Jane Campion)
Shoulda been a contender: The Green Knight (dir. David Lowery)

Excellent British movie

Will win: Belfast (dir. Kenneth Branagh)
Ought to win: After Love (dir. Aleem Khan)
Shoulda been a contender: The Souvenir Part II (dir. Joanna Hogg)

Greatest director

Will win: Jane Campion for The Energy of the Canine
Ought to win: Paul Thomas Anderson for Licorice Pizza
Shoulda been a contender: Joanna Hogg for The Memento Half II

Excellent debut by a British author, director or producer

Will win: Rebecca Corridor for Passing
Ought to win: Aleem Khan for After Love
Shoulda been a contender: Prano Bailey-Bond for Censor

Greatest movie not within the English language

Will win: Drive My Car (dir. Ryu Hamaguchi)
Ought to win: Drive My Automotive (dir. Ryu Hamaguchi)
Shoulda been a contender: Azor (dir. Andreas Fontana)

Greatest documentary

Will win: Flee (dir. Jonas Rasmussen)
Ought to win: Flee (dir. Jonas Rasmussen)
Shoulda been a contender: State Funeral (dir. Sergei Loznitsa)

Greatest animated movie

Will win: Encanto (dirs. Jared Bush, Byron Howard, Charise Castro Smith)
Ought to win: Flee (dir. Jonas Rasmussen)
Shoulda been a contender: Accidental Luxuriance of the Translucent Watery Rebus (dir. Dalibor Baric)

Greatest authentic screenplay

Will win: Kenneth Branagh for Belfast
Ought to win: Paul Thomas Anderson for Licorice Pizza
Shoulda been a contender: Andy Siara and Max Barbakow for Palm Springs

Greatest tailored screenplay

Will win: Jane Campion for The Energy of the Canine
Ought to win: Ryu Hamaguchi, Takamasa Oe for Drive My Automotive
Shoulda been a contender: David Lowery for The Inexperienced Knight

Greatest actor

Will win: Benedict Cumberbatch for The Energy of the Canine
Ought to win: Adeel Akhtar for Ali & Ava
Shoulda been a contender: Clayne Crawford for The Killing of Two Lovers

Adeel Akhtar with Claire Rushbrook in Ali & Ava
Adeel Akhtar with Claire Rushbrook in Ali & Ava

Greatest actress

Will win: Joanna Scanlan for After Love
Ought to win: Joanna Scanlan for After Love
Shoulda been a contender: Olivia Colman for The Misplaced Daughter

Greatest supporting actor

Will win: Kodi Smit-McPhee for The Energy of the Canine
Ought to win: Woody Norman for C’mon C’mon
Shoulda been a contender: Raúl Briones for A Cop Film

Greatest supporting actress

Will win: Ariana DeBose for West Aspect Story
Ought to win: Ruth Negga for Passing
Shoulda been a contender: Lashana Lynch for Eye for Eye

Greatest music

Will win: Hans Zimmer for Dune
Ought to win: Hans Zimmer for Dune
Shoulda been a contender: Jonathan Larson for tick, tick … BOOM! (posthumous)

Greatest cinematography

Will win: Greig Fraser for Dune
Ought to win: Ari Wegner for The Energy of the Canine
Shoulda been a contender: Claire Mathon for Spencer

The Baftas ceremony is on 13 March and can be broadcast on BBC One

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