It's one of the major (pop) injustices of the last decade. I saw the film when it premiered at TIFF. Actually the second screening on a Saturday morning. To the shock of everybody, Dame Alfre Woodard showed up for the Q/A looking amazing and being the queen that she is. It was such a powerful performance and I thought Aldis Hodge, Danielle Brooks and Wendell Pierce were all worthy of supporting nominations. Honestly, it's shocking that Woodard only has one Oscar nomination (I was shocked to learn she wasn't even nominated for Passion Fish). The BAFTA nomination is a reminder of what could have been.