The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has announced the nominees for the 2011 Orange British Academy Film Awards. The King’s Speech (incidentally, the only British film among those nominated for Best Film) leads the pack with 14 nominations, followed by Black Swan (with 12) and Inception (with nine). The BAFTA Awards (known as the British counterpart of the Oscars) will take place on Sunday, February 13 at the Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden. The ceremony will be hosted for the fifth year by Jonathan Ross and will be broadcast on BBC One in the UK, as well as BBC America in the US.

Here’s a look at some of the top nominees:

Best Film
Black Swan
The King’s Speech
The Social Network
True Grit

Outstanding British Film
127 Hours
Another Year
Four Lions
The King’s Speech
Made in Dagenham

Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer
The Arbor
Exit Through the Gift Shop
Four Lions

Danny Boyle; 127 Hours
Darren Aronofsky; Black Swan
Christopher Nolan; Inception
Tom Hooper; The King’s Speech
David Fincher; The Social Network

Leading Actor
Javier Bardem; Biutiful
Jeff Bridges; True Grit
Jesse Eisenberg; The Social Network
Colin Firth; The King’s Speech
James Franco; 127 Hours

Leading Actress
Annette Bening; The Kids Are All Right
Julianne Moore; The Kids Are All Right
Natalie Portman; Black Swan
Noomi Rapace; The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo
Hailee Steinfeld; True Grit

Supporting Actor
Christian Bale; The Fighter
Andrew Garfield; The Social Network
Pete Postlethwaite; The Town
Mark Ruffalo; The Kids Are All Right
Geoffrey Rush; The King’s Speech

Supporting Actress
Amy Adams; The Fighter
Helena Bonham Carter; The King’s Speech
Barbara Hershey; Black Swan
Lesley Manville; Another Year
Miranda Richardson; Made in Dagenham

Orange Wednedays Rising Award
Gemma Arterton
Andrew Garfield
Tom Hardy
Aaron Johnson
Emma Stone

For a complete list of nominees, visit