DOUBLE Golden Globe winner Kate Winslet has two nominations for best actress at the British Academy Film Awards. The 33-year-old star, a previous Bafta winner for Sense and Sensibility, has been nominated for her performances in Revolutionary Road and The Reader. Slumdog Millionaire is also up for several prizes, including best film, best British film and best director. Jonathan Ross will host this year's ceremony, to be held at the Royal Opera House in London on 8 February. The main nominations were announced by The Duchess star Hayley Atwell and Bond girl Gemma Arterton at a morning ceremony at Bafta's London headquarters. This is the second time Winslet has received two best actress Bafta nods in the same year, having been shortlisted in 2005 for Finding Neverland and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. The actress was also nominated in 2002 for Iris and in 2007 for Little Children. Winslet's competition, besides herself, includes fellow Briton Kristin Scott Thomas - nominated for the French film I've Loved You So Long - and Changeling star Angelina Jolie. - BBC