Congratulations to our user Samuel Lewis for an outstanding score of 90.91% when predicting the winners of the 2022 BAFTA films on Sunday. He’s actually just ahead of nine at 86.36% and has an excellent score of 12,666 using both Super Bets wisely (500 points each).
More than 2,500 people around the world predicted these British champions for 22 categories at the London ceremony hosted by Rebel Wilson. Film winners included “The Power of the Dog” for Best Picture and Best Director, with the acting categories won by Joanna Scanlan (“After Love”), Will Smith (“King Richard”), Ariana DeBose (“West Side Story”) and Troy Kotsur (“CODA”). Our top scorer only missed out on two categories: Best Actress (where he had Scanlan in last place) and Best Film Editing (choosing “Dune” over “No Time to Die”).
You can see how your score compares to everyone else in our All Competitors Leaderboard, which also includes links to view each entrant’s predictions. To view your own scores, access the User menu in the top right corner of every Gold Derby page when logged into the site. Use the drop-down menu to navigate to ‘View Profile’, then find links to your ‘Award Show Scores’. Gold Derby must assess the eligibility of each potential winner in accordance with our contest rules. If eligible, the first runner-up receives a $100 Amazon gift card.
For our nine Gold Derby editors who predict, Marcus Dixon and I’m in first place with 77.27% (17 out of 22 correct). Christopher Rosen comes next with 72.73%, followed by Joyce Eng and Paul Sheehan at 68.18%. in first place at 85.71% (tied for the national lead). Then, at 63.64%, there is Denton Davidson and Daniel Montgomery. Rob Licuria follows at 54.55%, then Charles Bright at 50.00%. View editor scores.
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