Full list of BAFTA Film Award winners
Argo, Ben Affleck, Les Miserables, Quentin Tarantino, Skyfall and Daniel Day-Lewis all prevail at the BAFTAs...
Last night saw us Brits muscle in on the annual movie gong giving spectacle, in a ceremony where traditionally British films are over-rewarded, and Twitter tends to spoil the results in advance (given that the television broadcast takes place a little while after the ceremony itself).
The BAFTAs returned then, with Stephen Fry (along with added facial hair) hosting. And the whole shebang did little to remove the suspicion that Argo may be on course for the top prize at the Oscars later this month. It won Best Film, as well as taking home a Best Director gong for Ben Affleck. The prizes will sit in pride of place, no doubt next to his Best Film award from, er, Den Of Geek. Ahem.
It's all but certain that you can also pen in Daniel Day-Lewis' name for a third Oscar for his leading performance in Lincoln. Anne Hathaway seems a shoo-in now for an Academy Award too, and Tarantino should be picking up his second prize, this time for Django Unchained.
As for the BAFTAs, the full list of winners is right here. Turns out they went quite light on the British stuff this year...
Outstanding British film
DANIEL DAY-LEWIS (Lincoln)
EMMANUELLE RIVA (Amour)
CHRISTOPH WALTZ (Django Unchainted)
ANNE HATHAWAY (Les Miserables)
BEN AFFLECK (Argo)
QUENTIN TARANTINO (Django Unchained)
DAVID O RUSSELL (Silver Linings Playbook)
Outstanding debut for a British writer, director or producer
BART LAYTON and DMITRI DOGANIS (The Imposter)
SEARCHING FOR SUGARMAN
Film not in the English language
LIFE OF PI
Make up and hair
Special visual effects
LIFE OF PI
THE MAKING OF LONGBIRD
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