LIVE UPDATES: The most talented actors descended on the red carpet for the star-studded BAFTA ceremony on February 10 at London's Royal Albert Hall and show-stopping dresses and bold beauty looks were aplenty.
Amy Adams, Laura Whitmore, Laura Harrier and a Chanel-clad Margot Robbie led the best dressed as hundreds of actors - and royals (including Kate Middleton dressed in an ethereal one-shoulder white gown) - made their way into the glittering ceremony to celebrate the best TV and film talent of 2019.
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As well as some show-stopping sartorial offerings, there was a plethora of bold beauty looks, too. Margot Robbie made blue mascara *the* trend we want to try this spring, whilst Cate Blanchett commanded attention after ditching her trademark blonde hair for a rich chocolate hue.
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At tonight’s EE British Academy Film Awards, The Favourite was named Outstanding British Film, with Olivia Colman receiving the BAFTA for Leading Actress, Rachel Weisz taking Supporting Actress and Deborah Davis and Tony McNamara winning Original Screenplay. Sandy Powell won Costume Design, Fiona Crombie and Alice Felton won Production Design and Nadia Stacey won Make Up & Hair.
Roma won four awards: Best Film, Director, Cinematography and Film Not in the English Language. Alfonso Cuarón won in each of these categories.
Rami Malik won Leading Actor for his performance as Freddie Mercury in Bohemian Rhapsody; the film also won the award for Sound.
Supporting Actor went to Mahershala Ali for his performance in Green Book.
BlacKkKlansman won Adapted Screenplay. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse took the award for Animated Film, and Documentary was won by Free Solo.
A Star Is Born won Original Music and Vice took the BAFTA for Editing and while she couldn't join co-star Bradley Cooper at the event, Lady Gaga's reaction is just absolutely everything...
Black Panther received the BAFTA for Special Visual Effects.
Writer/Director Michael Pearce and Producer Lauren Dark received the award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer for Beast.
73 Cows won the British Short Film award, while the BAFTA for British Short Animation was won by Roughhouse.
The Special Award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema was presented to Elizabeth Karlsen and Stephen Woolley, a producing partnership who have created some of the most iconic British films of recent years, including The Crying Game, Company of Wolves, Little Voice, Scandal, Carol and Colette.
The Fellowship, the highest honour the Academy can bestow, was presented to editor Thelma Schoonmaker by HRH The Duke of Cambridge, President of BAFTA, and Cate Blanchett.
The EE Rising Star Award, voted for by the public, went to Letitia Wright.
The ceremony, which was hosted by Joanna Lumley, was held at London’s Royal Albert Hall and featured performances by Cirque du Soleil and Jess Gillam.