Bartfa Awards winners list in full
Friday 01 March 2013
The winners of the first ever Barfta Awards (British Academy of
Rubbish Films and Terrible Acting) are in.
The Barfta Academy says: “2012 was a bumper season for terrible film. In a normal year any of the nominees could have walked away with the top prize, so this years winner has proved itself to be something very special indeed. The Academy would like to salute the verve and single mindedness of all those nominated here, without whom the cinema would be a much safer place to go.
"Anyone can make Argo, it takes a rare talent to produce Keith Lemon: The Film.”
BEST WORST FILM 2013
WINNER - Keith Lemon: The Film
A Fantastic Fear of Everything
Nativity 2: Danger in the Manger
A Few Best Men
Salmon Fishing In The Yemen
BEST WORST HOLLYWOOD FILM
WINNER - This Means War
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
Acting Performance - Male
WINNER - Nic Cage for Ghost Rider Spirit Of Vengeance
Gerard Butler was nominated for his acting in so many different films that he cannibalised his own vote and missed out on what surely could have been a walkover.
Adam Sandler in That's My Boy
Ray Winstone in Elfie Hopkins
Ben Stiller in The Watch
Sean Penn This Must Be The Place
Acting Performance - Female
WINNER Leigh Francis as Keith Lemon as Mel B in Keith Lemon: The Film
Frieda Pinto in Black Gold
Keira Knightly in Anna Karenina
WINNER: Vernon Kaye's "I'll have the bangers and gash" cameo in Keith Lemon: The Film, after watching Kelly Brooks and Keith Lemon's restaurant food sex scene.
"I have orgasms, he has wargasms"
"Oh him? He's a Russian intellectual slumming as a security guard"
Rock of Ages
"Now look at him married to a woman who looks like she's been hibernating in Margaret Thatcher's bumhole"
The Expendables 2
"now that's some real Chinese take out"
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