BIRDMAN received 10 nominations, including nods for Best Director, Film and Original Screenplay.
Richard Linklater's BOYHOOD is nominated in five categories, including Best Director and Original Screenplay.
Wes Anderson's THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL leads the way with 11 nominations including Best Film, Director and Original Screenplay. Ralph Fiennes received a nomination for Best Actor.
Source: Fox Searchlight
THE IMITATION GAME is up for nine awards, with nominations in Best Film, Outstanding British Film and Adapted Screenplay. Benedict Cumberbatch receives a Best Actor nod for his portrayal of mathematician Alan Turing.
James Marsh's Stephen Hawking biopic THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING is nominated in ten categories, including Best Director, Film and Adapted Screenplay. Leading Actor and Actress nods go to Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones respectively.
Outstanding British Film:
Yann Demange's action thriller '71 receives two nominations.
Best Film nominee THE IMITATION GAME is also up for Outstanding British Film and eight more awards.
Paul King's family comedy PADDINGTON receives two noms in the Outstanding British Film and Adapted Screenplay categories.
There's three mentions for British comedy drama PRIDE, with nominations in the Outstanding British Film, Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer and Best Supporting Actress categories.
A nomination for Outstanding British Film is one of ten for James Marsh's Stephen Hawking biopic THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING starring Eddie Redmayne and Felicity Jones, both up for acting gongs.
Jonathan Glazer's sci fi thriller UNDER THE SKIN gets a nod for Outstanding British Film as well as Best Original Music.
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