It's one of the most prestigious dates in the UK film calendar, and the Baftas 2011 didn't fail to disappoint when it came to fever pitch speculation over who would win what. Here are all the Bafta 2011 winners.
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The King's Speech won its first award of the evening for Best Musical Score, which was presented to French film composer Alexandre Desplat by Sir Paul McCartney.
Costume Design went to Alice In Wonderland for American designer Colleen Atwood's wacky inventions. Well deserved.
Inception beats The King's Speech for Production Design.
Special Visual Effects
Inception - naturally.
Best Supporting Actress
Helena Bonham Carter was presented the Best Supporting Actress award by James McAvoy, beating off competition from Amy Adams, Lesley Manville, Barbara Hershey and Miranda Richardson.
Best British Film
Best British film was given to Chris Morris' Four Lions, one of the most controversial films of 2010 for its comedic take on terrorism.
Outstanding British Film
All too predictably Outstanding British Film went to The King's Speech. But will that hamper its chances at getting the Best Film gong?
Best Supporting Actor
Best Supporting Actor goes to Geoffrey Rush, for his role as King George VI's Australian speech therapist, taking The King's Speech up to four awards.
Best Original Screenplay
The King's Speech was on a roll as it picked up this award. Accepting the statue David Seidler says, "Colin, my King, you nailed it."
Best Animated Film
Best Animated Film went to Toy Story 3, of course. It's Woody and the gang's last outing - what better way to celebrate than with a Bafta?
Orange Rising Star Award
Orange Rising Star Award goes to Tom Hardy. Hooray. But the list of nominees for the award had us asking what exactly it takes to be considered a rising star? Some of the names on the nominee list are almost veterans now, surely. Gemma Arterton, Tom Hardy, Andrew Garfield... Dame Helen Mirren will be nominated for it next year.
True Grit finally gets its moment to shine when it picks up the Cinematography Bafta.
The Social Network's David Fincher isn't at the awards to step up on stage and accept the award for Best Director. So, quite nicely, the film's stars Andrew Garfield and Jesse Eisenberg do it for him.
There's a suprise! Natalie Portman picks up Best Actress for her role in Black Swan. Unfortunately, she's pregnant in New York (poor excuse if you ask us - only because we wanted to see her in a pretty dress) and so Darren Aronofsky steps up on stage to collect it for her and praises the actress.
You'd think Bafta would mix it up a little bit, but no no, Colin Firth wins Best Actor for The King's Speech. Let's face it, the other contenders knew they didn't really have a hope.
The King's Speech takes Best Film as well as Outstanding British film. Congratulations to them!
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