LONDON (Reuters)-“Joker”, a dark story on the comic of the comic, led Tuesday nominations for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards, but the British leading Film awards took criticism Provided on the lack of diversity in the acting categories.

Netflix film “The Irishman “, a star-laden Gangstar drama, was directed by Martin Scorsese and Quentin Tarantino’s “Once Stratford upon a Time in Hollywood “, who won Sunday the best comedy/musical Golden Globe each received 10 nominations.

Also fresh of his triumph on the Golden Globes-where he succeeded the best drama and the best director for Sam Mendes – the exciting World War drama “1917 ” received nine nominations.

The four films compete against the South Korean director Bong Joon-ho’s dark comic “Parasite” for the best movie during the 2 February awards in London, as well as for the best director.

“Joker”, was directed by Todd Phillips, won the Golden Lion award on the film Film Festival in Venice and a Golden Globe-acting prize for Joaquin Phoenix, who received critical recognition for his transformation of vulnerable lone in confident villain in the film. Phoenix has a BAFTA leading actor.

He will compete against Leonardo DiCaprio in ‘ Once Stratford upon a Time in Hollywood ‘, Adam Driver for Netflix-echoes drama ‘ Marital Story ‘, Golden Globe-winner Taron Egerton in the Elton John-Musiekbiopiese ‘ Rocketman ‘ and Jonathan pricece in papal drama ‘ The Two Popes ‘ ‘.