The 2014 BAFTA Film Awards winners

News Simon Brew 17 Feb 2014 - 06:31

Gravity, 12 Years A Slave and American Hustle lead this year's collection of BAFTA Film Award winners. Here's the full list...

Last night, lots of people headed off to London's Royal Opera House, where Stephen Fry hosted the British Academy Film Awards. That's the BAFTAs to you and us.

The BAFTAs used to be one of those ceremonies where people sent speeches to be read by other people, but these days, it seems really quite posh. Most of the nominees seemed to be in attendance, even those who didn't win, and if it carries on at this rate, the BBC may actually show us the whole event, rather than editing it down to two hours, to be shown a further two hours after it actually took place.

Anyway, the big winners turned out to be Gravity, which snared six gongs, American Hustle, which got three, and 12 Years A Slave, which picked up a pair. Particular congratulations to Will Poulter on his Rising Star award, a man who looked truly humbled to have won.

Here's the full list of winners:

FELLOWSHIP HELEN MIRREN

OUTSTANDING BRITISH CONTRIBUTION TO CINEMA PETER GREENAWAY

BEST FILM 12 YEARS A SLAVE Anthony Katagas, Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner, Jeremy Kleiner, Steve McQueen

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM GRAVITY Alfonso Cuarón, David Heyman, Jonás Cuarón

OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER KIERAN EVANS (Director/Writer) Kelly + Victor

FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE THE GREAT BEAUTY Paolo Sorrentino, Nicola Giuliano, Francesca Cima

DOCUMENTARY THE ACT OF KILLING Joshua Oppenheimer

ANIMATED FILM FROZEN Chris Buck, Jennifer Lee

DIRECTOR GRAVITY Alfonso Cuarón

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY AMERICAN HUSTLE Eric Warren Singer, David O Russell

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY PHILOMENA Steve Coogan, Jeff Pope

LEADING ACTOR CHIWETEL EJIOFOR 12 Years a Slave

LEADING ACTRESS CATE BLANCHETT Blue Jasmine

SUPPORTING ACTOR BARKHAD ABDI Captain Phillips

SUPPORTING ACTRESS JENNIFER LAWRENCE American Hustle

ORIGINAL MUSIC GRAVITY Steven Price

CINEMATOGRAPHY GRAVITY Emmanuel Lubezki

EDITING RUSH Dan Hanley, Mike Hill

PRODUCTION DESIGN THE GREAT GATSBY Catherine Martin, Beverley Dunn

COSTUME DESIGN THE GREAT GATSBY Catherine Martin

MAKE UP & HAIR AMERICAN HUSTLE Evelyne Noraz, Lori McCoy-Bell, Kathrine Gordon

SOUND GRAVITY Glenn Freemantle, Skip Lievsay, Christopher Benstead, Niv Adiri, Chris Munro

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS GRAVITY Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, David Shirk, Neil Corbould, Nikki Penny

BRITISH SHORT ANIMATION SLEEPING WITH THE FISHES James Walker, Sarah Woolner, Yousif Al-Khalifa

BRITISH SHORT FILM ROOM 8 James W. Griffiths, Sophie Venner

THE RISING STAR AWARD WILL POULTER

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WTF!?????? The Dallas buyers club should of cleaned up.

I believe it wasn't eligible something to do with not being screened in this country in time.

A nice spread across my 3 favourite films, Gravity, 12 Years and American Hustle.

It may well do next year when it's eligible.

I was eligible this year, but not enough voters saw the screenings to make the short list

Films had to be released in the UK before February 14, which Dallas Buyers Club was so I'm at a loss to why it wasn't even nominated. Personally I want to know why Glenn Close wasn't even nominated for best actress after her performance in August: Osage County in which she was spellbinding.

Ahh I see, what a shame though it was nice to see Chiwetel Ejiofor and Barkhad Abdi both get awards that McConaughey and Leto have been dominating.

Its like Inside Lewellyn Davis being snubbed at the Oscars, every year some upset happens and I get stupidly angry over it.

No idea why I wrote Glenn Close, was Meryl Streep.

At least the hilariously bad actors in pacific rim and gravity matched the crappy scripts.

Gravity - Mexican Director, American actors, filmed some of it in Shepperton & Pinewood and has visual effects work done in London and qualifies as a Britsh movie. Whereas Philomena - British director, British stars, made with funds from the BBC and the BFI, is filmed in Britain and the US and yet only wins Adapated Screenplay and not Outstanding British film. Ridiculous.

Maybe it WAS Glenn Close. In an incredible performance that fooled everyone.

You really thought the quality of the scripts in those two films were comparable?

the Wolf of wall street got NOTHING, I wouldn't watch it but DAMN.!!!!!!

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