Target of several complaints for sexual assault, Bryan Singer (“Bohemian Rhapsody”) has seen its nomination for the award for the Best film of the year be suspended by the british academy of the BAFTA. 20th Century Fox “in light of the recent accusations to which he was subject, the academy, BAFTA announced that Bryan Singer the suspension of his or her appointment to Bohemian Rhapsody, with immediate effect.” Target of several sexual harassment complaints, and replaced during filming by the production due to several absences non-justified, the filmmaker australian is no longer in the running for the award for Best film of the year trophy-british film, a decision that does not change, however, nothing to the number of appointments of the film (seven, including Best actor for Rami Malek). BAFTA 2019 : she wears its name well, with 12 nominations In its press release, the academy has said that the suspension would be effective the time that light be shed on the serious charges brought against Bryan Singer. Our confreres of Variety we recall that in the fall of 2017, Harvey Weinstein, too, had been suspended as a precautionary measure, before being permanently expelled from the academy a few months later. The 72nd ceremony of the British Academy Film Awards will take place on 10 February in the legendary Royal Albert Hall in London.