46th British Academy Film Awards
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46th British Academy Film Awards
46th British Academy Film Awards
Date21 March 1993
Hosted byGriff Rhys Jones
Best FilmHowards End
Best British FilmThe Crying Game
Best ActorRobert Downey Jr.
Best ActressEmma Thompson
Howards End
Most awardsStrictly Ballroom (3)
Most nominationsHowards End (11)

The 46th British Film Awards, given by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts in 1993, honoured the best films of 1992.

James Ivory's Howards End won the awards for Best Film and Best Actress (Emma Thompson). Robert Downey Jr. was voted Best Actor for his role in Chaplin. Best Supporting Actor and Actress were Gene Hackman (Unforgiven) and Miranda Richardson (Damage). Robert Altman won the award for Best Director for directing The Player.

Winners and nominees

Robert Altman, Best Director winner
Robert Downey Jr., Best Actor winner
Emma Thompson, Best Actress winner
Gene Hackman, Best Supporting Actor winner
Miranda Richardson, Best Supporting Actress winner
Woody Allen, Best Original Screenplay winner
Michael Tolkin, Best Adapted Screenplay winner

Howards End - Ismail Merchant and James Ivory

Robert Altman - The Player

Robert Downey Jr. - Chaplin as Charlie Chaplin

Emma Thompson - Howards End as Margaret Schlegel

Gene Hackman - Unforgiven as Bill Daggett

Miranda Richardson - Damage as Ingrid Thompson-Fleming

Husbands and Wives - Woody Allen

The Player - Michael Tolkin

The Last of the Mohicans - Dante Spinotti

Strictly Ballroom - Angus Strathie and Catherine Martin

JFK - Joe Hutshing and Pietro Scalia

The Last of the Mohicans - Peter Robb-King

Strictly Ballroom - David Hirschfelder

Strictly Ballroom - Catherine Martin

JFK - Tod A. Maitland, Wylie Stateman, Michael D. Wilhoit, Michael Minkler and Gregg Landaker

Death Becomes Her - Michael Lantieri, Ken Ralston, Alec Gillis, Tom Woodruff Jr., Doug Chiang and Doug Smythe

The Crying Game - Stephen Woolley and Neil Jordan

Raise the Red Lantern - Chiu Fu-sheng and Zhang Yimou

Daumier's Law - Ginger Gibbons and Geoff Dunbar

  • A Is for Autism - Dick Arnall and Tim Webb
  • Blindscape - Stephen Palmer
  • Soho Square - Pam Dennis, Sue Paxton and Mario Cavalli

Omnibus - Anne Bennet and Sam Karmann


Films that received multiple awards
Awards Film
3 Strictly Ballroom
2 Howards End
The Last of the Mohicans
The Player

See also

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