BAFTA 2014 winners

baftas 2014

What a night at the BAFTAs. Prince William was there and gave Tinie Tempah a high five during his opening performance and Leonardo DiCaprio blew us a kiss down the camera.

As Stephen Fry pointed out, this year is very much about the true story films with Captain Philips, 12 Years a Slave and The Wolf Of Wall Street to name just a few dominating the nominations. He also corrected the grammar of the screen writers who made errors in their speeches – you’ve got to love Mr Fry!

Cate Blanchett beautifully dedicated her award and speech to the late Philip Seymour Hoffman.

Gravity stole the show winning an incredible six awards. Surely that makes it the greatest science fiction film ever? Although I guess many will say that is based on ticket sales rather than awards…but it is still on at the IMAX for those that haven’t seen it yet so that may up the ticket sales.

Here are the big winners of the night (in the order they were presented on the BBC)

Gravity BAFTA

Ouststanding British Film – Gravity

Frozen BAFTA

Animated Film – Frozen

Kelly + Victor BAFTA

Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer – Kieran Evans (Director & writer), Kelly + Victor

Barkhad Abdi, Captain Phillips BAFTA

Actor – Barkhad Abdi, Captain Phillips

Gravity BAFTA cinematography

Cinematography – Emmanuel Lubezki, Gravity

american-hustle Jennifer Lawrence BAFTA

Supporting Actress – Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle

Peter Greenaway BAFTA

Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema – Peter Greenaway

american-hustle_BAFTA

Original Screenplay – Eric Warren Singer & David O. Russell, American Hustle

Philomena BAFTA

Adapted Screenplay – Steve Coogan & Jeff Pope, Philomena

will-poulter BAFTA

The EE Rising Star Award (voted for by the public) – Will Poulter

Chiwetel-Ejiofor-12-Years-a-Slave BAFTA

Leading Actor – Chiwetel Ejiofor, 12 Years a Slave

gravity BAFTA director

Director – Alfonso Cuarón, Gravity

blue-jasmine cate Blanchett BAFTA

Leading Actress – Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine

12-Years-A-Slave BAFTA

Best Film – 12 Years a Slave

dame-helen-mirren BAFTA

Fellowship Award (presented by HRH Prince Wales) – Dame Helen Mirren

Other winners included:

  • British Short Animation – Sleeping With the Fishes
  • Make-up and Hair – American Hustle
  • British Short Film – Room 8
  • Original Film Music – Gravity
  • Costume Design – The Great Gatsby
  • Documentary – The Act of Killing
  • Production Design – The Great Gatsby
  • Editing – Rush
  • Sound – Gravity
  • Special Visual Effects – Gravity
  • Film Not in the English Language – The Great Beauty

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