Radiohead miss out BAFTA prize

Joy Division biopic 'Control' celebrates success at film awards

Johnny Greenwood, Radiohead Pic: Dean Chalkley
Radiohead’s Jonny Greenwood missed out on winning a BAFTA at last night’s (February 10) ceremony in London.

The guitarist was nominated in the Music category for his soundtrack for oil business film ’There Will Be Blood’.

However Greenwood was beaten to the film prize by Christopher Gunning for his work on ’La Vie En Rose’.

’There Will Be Blood’ did taste success, with its leading man Daniel Day-Lewis picking up the Best Actor prize.

Joy Division biopic ’Control’ was also among the winners, with writer Matt Greenhalgh taking the The Carl Foreman Award for Special Achievement by a British Director, Writer or Producer In Their First Feature Film.

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