Gravity cleans up at the BAFTA Film Awards with 6 wins - but not Best Film

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The BAFTAs are well underway and Gravity is cleaning up with more awards than American Hustle, 12 Years A Slave, Captain Philips and all the other film nominees.

Sandra Bullock in Gravity

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The Baftas took over London for Sunday night and as they kicked off it was clear, one film was getting all the attention: Gravity.

Their first victory was a big one, taking home Outstanding British Film.

They followed it up with wins in Sound, Original Music and Cinematography.

Then things got really serious as Alfonso Cuaron was awarded Best Director for his film.

He joked, "I guess I make a very good case for curbing immigration."

The Best Film Award was the final feather in their bow that they didn't quite manage - it went to 12 Years A Slave instead.

The movie which also took a coveted prize from everyone's favourite, Leonardo DiCaprio.

With shocks in the Supporting Actress category, are you pleased to see Gravity do so well?

We reckon things would have been different if Dallas Buyers Club had been nominated.

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