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Will BAFTA put "12 Years a Slave" or "Gravity" over the top for Best Picture?
We'll know more Sunday, but many observers across the pond expect "12 Years a Slave" to pull out the BAFTA award for Best Film. It's also possible Chiwetel Ejifor, Michael Fassbender and Lupita N'yongo take home acting honors and John Ridley secures the adapted screenplay award. BAFTA didn't know it, but from a publicity standpoint it's perfectly timed to the first weekend of Oscar voting. Will Academy members be influenced by what could be the fourth major best picture honor for "12 Years a Slave" after the Golden Globes, Critics' Choice Movie Awards and the PGA tie? Or will the below the line, producers and directors branches' support be enough for "Gravity" to take the top prize?