Over the weekend the British Academy of Film and Television handed out their awards. Don’t get too excited, folks. It would be a pretty huge mistake to confuse the British Academy Awards with THE Academy Awards. Case in point. Last year’s big winner on Oscar night – Clint Eastwood’s Million Dollar Baby wasn’t even nominated for a BAFTA (somehow it wasn’t eligible, I believe). The BAFTAS tend to reward British actors/actresses and films with a British or English connection. Previous winners include Jamie Bell, Clive Owen, Judi Dench, and Imelda Staunton. In 2004, when Peter Jackson swept every Director’s prize available for Return of the King, the BAFTAs opted to go with Peter Weir for the English naval drama “Master and Commander.” Hmmm. But even if you forget the past, a closer look at this year’s awards results in nothing terribly revealing. Yes, Reese Witherspoon won Best Actress again, but chief rival Felicity Huffman wasn’t even nominated. Rachel Weisz, your Oscar frontrunner for supporting actress, was nominated for lead actress instead. The shocker of the night may have been Jake Gyllenhaal winning supporting actor for Brokeback Mountain. But again, don’t get too excited Jake fans. Look at all the nominees. George Clooney received double nods for Good Night and Good Luck and Syriana, likely splitting his own vote. That won’t happen at the Oscars. If there had to be a loser in all this, it would have to be Michelle Williams. Look at it this way. Brokeback Mountain dominated, winning Picture, Director, Screenplay, even the improbable Supporting Actor. But Williams did not win for Supporting Actress. This is despite the fact that Rachel Weisz was moved out of her category. It’s starting to look more and more likely the Heath Ledger/Michelle Williams power couple will have to settle for their bundle of joy rather than matching gold statuettes.