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This map shows where Bafta-nominated films were set and shot around the world

This week saw the prestigious Bafta 2017 nominations, honouring the best British and international contributions to the films of last year. Despite many being filmed in Britain and the US, producers and actors have travelled the world to shoot scenes in arresting landscapes.

The film La La Land won seven Golden Globes last weekend, including Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy, Best Actor for Ryan Gosling and Best Actress for Emma Stone. Image: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images
The film La La Land won seven Golden Globes last weekend, and has been nominated for 11 BAFTAs. Image: Robyn Beck/AFP/Getty Images

Travel firm Love Holidays has compiled this infographic, showing where each film was filmed and set around the globe.

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To give you wanterlust. Image by: Love Holidays

Eleven were filmed and set in the US, while eight were in Europe, six in Asia, four in the UK, and two in Oceania. Both Glasgow and Liverpool have stood in for New York City in filming. Liverpool’s St George’s Hall was used as a replica for NYC’s City Hall in Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them. Glasgow’s Kelvingrove Art Gallery doubled up for the Big Apple’s Carnegie Hall in biopic Florence Foster Jenkins. And I, Daniel Blake – which is up for five awards – was set and filmed entirely in NewcastleLa La Land, which is up for eleven awards, was filmed entirely in California.

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