Here at zavvi.com, we’re lucky enough to have a whole collection of the BAFTA winning film on Blu-ray and DVD. These films are each special in their own way, and can be enjoyed by practically anyone. Take a look at our selection here to buy or pre-order your award-winning films.
In alphabetical order:
Amour – A French language drama film revolving around the lives of a retired couple in their eighties, and how their relationship is severely tested when one of them falls ill.
Awards: Film Not In The English Language, Leading Actress (Emmanuelle Riva)
Anna Karenina – A British drama film set in Imperial Russia and based on Leo Tolstoy’s 1877 novel of the same name, where an aristocrat throws away her high society life for an affair.
Awards: Costume Design (Jacqueline Durran)
Argo – An American thriller film dramatizing the CIA-Canadian rescue operation to save six U.S. diplomatic personnel from revolutionary Iran during the 1979 Iran hostage crisis.
Awards: Best Film, Director (Ben Affleck), Editing (William Goldenberg)
Brave – An American computer animated fantasy film, where a Princess is determined to live her life her way, and accidentally brings chaos to her kingdom with a witch’s curse.
Awards: Animated Film
Django – An American western film set in the antebellum era of the Deep South, where a freed slave travels across America with a bounty hunter in search of his enslaved wife.
Awards: Original Screenplay (Quentin Tarantino), Supporting Actor (Christoph Waltz)
The Imposter – A British documentary revolving around the 1997 case of a French man who impersonated a Texan boy that disappeared three years before, and his family’s acceptance.
Awards: Outstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director Or Producer (Bart Layton – Director, Dimitri Doganis – Producer)
Les Miserables – A British musical drama set in 19th century France, where an on the run convict takes in an acquaintance’s daughter after her death.
Awards: Supporting Actress (Anne Hathaway), Production Design (Eve Stewart, Anna Lynch-Robinson), Make Up & Hair (Lisa Westcott), Sound (Simon Hayes, Andy Nelson, Mark Paterson, Jonathan Allen, Lee Walpole, John Warhurst)
Searching for Sugar Man – A Swedish/British documentary where two Cape Town fans set out to discover what happened to their 1970s musical hero Rodriguez.
Awards: Documentary (Malik Bendjelloul, Simon Chinn)
Silver Linings Playbook – An American romantic comedy/drama film revolving around two people with challenging personal problems, that meet and change each other’s lives.
Awards: Adapted Screenplay (David O. Russell)
Skyfall – The twenty third James Bond film that puts Bond’s loyalty to the test as MI6’s security and information is threatened, as M’s past comes back to haunt her.
Awards: Outstanding British Film (Sam Mendes, Michael G. Wilson, Barbara Broccoli, Neal Purvis, Robert Wade, John Logan), Original Music (Thomas Newman)