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Lord Hutton unveils 2004 Blafta Awards nominees
28 Jan 2004Lord Hutton has unveiled his nominations for the 2004 Blafta Awards. Here's the full list:
Best Actor in a Supporting Role
Geoff Hoon for 'Not In the Line of Fire'. A sequel is already planned with the working title of 'Not in a Full Metal Flak Jacket'.
Sir John Scarlett o'Hara for 'Frankly I don't give a damn' A moving study of lies, betrayal and thinly-disguised contempt.
Tom Kelly for 'The Secret Life of Walter Mitty'
Peter Knox for 'The House of Sand and Fog' – Tagline 'Some Dreams can't be shared'
British Forces for 'Col. Mountain' – Find your way home, and your own flak jacket and if you see any weapons of mass destruction snag them for us will ya?
Thames Valley Police for 'Mystic River' – 'We bury our sins, we wash them clean'
The Ministry of Defence for 'Men in Black'
Best Actor in a Leading Role
Tony Blair for 'Master and Commander – The Far Side of the Government'. High adventure loosely based upon the story of one man taking full responsibility aboard a rapidly sinking ship.
Alastair Campbell for 'Commander and Master – The Far Side of the Truth'. High adventure loosely based upon the story of one man ducking all responsibility and leaving a sinking ship like a rat.
Alastair Campbell for 'Return of the Spin', Lord of the Spins Part 3. 'In the Land of Downing Street where the shadows lie. One Spin to rule them all...'
Lord Hutton for 'Lost in Translation' – Tagline 'Everyone wants to be found'
David Kelly for 'The Last Samurai' – A British military adviser embraces the culture he was hired to destroy after he is captured by the Government.
Alastair Campbell and Geoff Hoon for 'Let's Fuck Gilligan'
The BBC for 'Kelly's Heroes' – They set out to make a case and damn near won the war instead.
The Story of the Kelly Gang – A gang of crooks attempt to smear an innocent man with tragic consequences.
Ocean's 10 – Are you in or out? – A gang of crooks attempt to take over 10 Downing Street with comic/tragic consequences.
Pirates of the House of Commons, Curse of the Black Rod – a gang of crooks attempt to take over parliament with hilarious consequences. Tagline 'Prepare to be blown out of the water!'
Something's Gotta Give – A gang of crooks attempt to mislead the public without any consequences.
Best Director of Communications
Alastair Campbell for 'Dirty Rotten Scoundrels'
Alastair Campbell for 'Any which way you can'
Alastair Campbell for 'The Blair Pitch Project'
Alastair Campbell for 'Unbreakable'
Alastair Campbell for 'Mission Impossible'
Best Short Film
Gilligan's Island – a gang of crooks attempt to take over a BBC news service with only 45 minutes to spare.
Best Animated Feature
Gulf War 2 – This time it's war, well not really but it looks good, right?
Finding Nemo – a gang of crooks attempt to pin the world's troubles on a mythical underwater figure and his submarine packed full of missing Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Tony Blair for 'Let's just wait until Lord Hutton reports his findings'. The maestro Blair may well be pipped to the post, however, by a relative latecomer by Fox titled 'Hutton Report leaked and clears Blair'
Special award for Lifetime Contribution
Dr David Kelly – for a lifetime's contribution and a life lost.
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