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London - Historical biopic Lincoln leads the race for the British Academy Film Awards, with 10 nominations at the UK equivalent of the Oscars.
Epic musical Les Miserables and boy-meets-tiger saga Life of Pi have nine nominations each.
Lincoln's nods, announced Wednesday, include best picture and three acting nominations - Daniel Day-Lewis for leading actor, Sally Field for supporting actress and Tommy Lee Jones for supporting actor.
In recent years, the awards, known as Baftas, have helped underdog films including Slumdog Millionaire, The King's Speech and The Artist gain momentum for Oscars success.
The winners will be announced at a ceremony in London on 10 February, two weeks before the Hollywood awards.
The full list of 2013 Bafta nominations:
BEST FILMARGO LES MISÉRABLESLIFE OF PI LINCOLNZERO DARK THIRTY OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILMANNA KARENINA THE BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL LES MISÉRABLES SEVEN PSYCHOPATHSSKYFALLDIRECTORAMOUR - Michael HanekeARGO - Ben AffleckDJANGO UNCHAINED - Quentin TarantinoLIFE OF PI - Ang LeeZERO DARK THIRTY - Kathryn BigelowDOCUMENTARYTHE IMPOSTER - Bart Layton, Dimitri DoganisMARLEY - Kevin Macdonald, Steve Bing, Charles SteelMcCULLIN - David Morris, Jacqui MorrisSEARCHING FOR SUGAR MAN - Malik Bendjelloul, Simon ChinnWEST OF MEMPHIS - Amy BergORIGINAL SCREENPLAYAMOUR - Michael HanekeDJANGO UNCHAINED - Quentin TarantinoTHE MASTER - Paul Thomas AndersonMOONRISE KINGDOM - Wes Anderson, Roman CoppolaZERO DARK THIRTY - Mark BoalADAPTED SCREENPLAYARGO - Chris TerrioBEASTS OF THE SOUTHERN WILD - Lucy Alibar, Benh ZeitlinLIFE OF PI - David MageeLINCOLN - Tony KushnerSILVER LININGS PLAYBOOK - David O. Russell FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGEAMOUR HEADHUNTERS THE HUNT RUST AND BONEUNTOUCHABLE ANIMATED FILMBRAVE - Mark Andrews, Brenda ChapmanFRANKENWEENIE - Tim BurtonPARANORMAN - Sam Fell, Chris ButlerLEADING ACTORBEN AFFLECK - ArgoBRADLEY COOPER - Silver Linings PlaybookDANIEL DAY-LEWIS - LincolnHUGH JACKMAN - Les MisérablesJOAQUIN PHOENIX - The Master LEADING ACTRESSEMMANUELLE RIVA - AmourHELEN MIRREN - HitchcockJENNIFER LAWRENCE - Silver Linings PlaybookJESSICA CHASTAIN - Zero Dark ThirtyMARION COTILLARD - Rust and Bone SUPPORTING ACTORALAN ARKIN - ArgoCHRISTOPH WALTZ - Django UnchainedJAVIER BARDEM - SkyfallPHILIP SEYMOUR HOFFMAN - The MasterTOMMY LEE JONES - LincolnSUPPORTING ACTRESSAMY ADAMS - The MasterANNE HATHAWAY - Les MisérablesHELEN HUNT - The SessionsJUDI DENCH - SkyfallSALLY FIELD - LincolnOUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCERBART LAYTON, DIMITRI DOGANIS - The ImposterDAVID MORRIS, JACQUI MORRIS - McCullinDEXTER FLETCHER, DANNY KING - Wild BillJAMES BOBIN - The MuppetsTINA GHARAVI - I Am Nasrine
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