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'The Revenant' scooped the best film, best actor and best director awards at the 69th edition of the biggest film awards outside the U.S.

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2016 BAFTA Winners: Complete List

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The Revenant emerged as the main victor in an otherwise relatively evenly spread-out BAFTA honors night that saw 14 films emerge with awards.

The film scooped the best film, best director and best actor awards, alongside best sound and best cinematography. Mad Max: Fury Road earned four awards, while Carol , which had led the nominations, was among the few titles shut out entirely.

Stephen Fry was, again, the evening's main host, but the other presenters included Tom Cruise, Idris Elba (who missed out on a best supporting actor to Mark Rylance ) and Cuba Gooding Jnr . There were several comedic digs at the Oscars diversity debate throughout, including ones from Rebel Wilson and Sacha Baron Cohen. The evening also saw Sidney Poitier receive the BFI Fellowship, but the iconic actor was too ill to attend so accepted the award in a video.

In honor of the evening clashing with Valentine's Day, BAFTA set up a "Kiss Cam," which was aimed at real-life couples, including Fassbender and Vikander , and less likely pairings, such as Maggie Smith and Leonardo DiCaprio . "This year, the stars have colluded and collided in such a way to make the BAFTAs coincide with Valentine's Day," said Fry. "Love between two women, love between roman catholic priests … and… their lawyers."

See the winners list below.

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Leonardo DiCaprio  –  The Revenant (WINNER)

Eddie Redmayne  –  The Danish Girl

Michael Fassbender  –  Steve Jobs

Matt Damon  –  The Martian

Bryan Cranston –  Trumbo

Best Actress

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Brie Larson –  Room (WINNER) `

Saoirse Ronan –  Brooklyn

Cate Blanchett  –  Carol

Alicia Vikander  –  The Danish Girl

Maggie Smith –   Lady in the Van

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The Revenant  – Alejandro G. Inarritu (WINNER )

The Big Short –  Adam McKay

Bridge of Spies  – Steven Spielberg

Carol  – Todd Haynes

The Martian –  Ridley Scott

Supporting Actor

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Mark Rylance  –  Bridge of Spies (WINNER)  

Benicio Del Toro –  Sicario

Christian Bale –  The Big Short

Idris Elba –  Beasts of No Nation

Mark Ruffalo  –  Spotlight

Supporting Actress

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Kate Winslet  –  Steve Jobs (WINNER)

Alicia Vikander  –  Ex Machina

Rooney Mara –  Carol

Jennifer Jason Leigh –  The Hateful Eight

Julie Walters –  Brooklyn

Film Not in the English Language

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Wild Tales  – Damian Szifron (WINNER)  

Force Majeure  – Ruben Ostlund  

The Assassin –  Hou Hsiao-Hsien

Theeb  –  Naji Abu Nowar , Rupert Lloyd

Timbuktu  –  Abderrahmane Sissako

Documentary

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Amy  –  Asif Kapadia , James Gay-Rees (WINNER)

Cartel Land –  Matthew Heineman , Tom Yellin

He Named Me Malala  – Davis Guggenheim, Walter Parkes , Laurie MacDonald

Listen to Me Marlon  –  Stevan Riley, John Battsek , George Chignell , R.J. Cutler

Sherpa  – Jennifer Peedom , Bridget Ikin , John Smithson

Animated Film

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Inside Out –  Pete Docter – WINNER

Minions –  Pierre Coffin, Kyle Balda

Shaun the Sheep Movie  – Mark Burton, Richard Starzak

Original Screenplay

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Spotlight –  Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer (WINNER)  

Bridge of Spies  – Matthew Charman , Ethan Coen , Joel Coen

Ex Machina  – Alex Garland

The Hateful Eight –  Quentin Tarantino

Inside Out –  Josh Cooley, Pete Docter , Meg LeFauve

Adapted Screenplay

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The Big Short   – Adam McKay, Charles Randolph (WINNER)

Brooklyn –  Nick Hornby

Carol –  Phyllis Nagy

Room –  Emma Donoghue

Steve Jobs –  Aaron Sorkin

Cinematography

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The Revenant  – Emmanuel Lubezki     (WINNER)    

Bridge of Spies  –  Janusz Kaminski

Carol  – Ed Lachman

Mad Max: Fury Road  – John Seale

Sicario  – Roger Deakins

Outstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director or Producer in 2016

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Naji Abu Nowar (Writer/Director) Rupert Lloyd (Producer) –  Theeb (WINNER)  

Alex Garland (Director) –  Ex Machina

Debbie Tucker Green (Writer/Director) –  Second Coming

Sean McAllister (Director/Producer), Elhum Shakerifar  (Producer) –  A Syrian Love Story

Stephen Fingleton (Writer/Director) –  The Survivalist

Costume Design

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Mad Max: Fury Road – Jenny Beavan – (WINNER)

Brooklyn –  Odile Dicks-Mireaux

Carol –  Sandy Powell

Cinderella –  Sandy Powell

The Danish Girl –  Paco Delgado

Production Design

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Mad Max: Fury Road –  Colin Gibson, Lisa Thompson (WINNER)

Star Wars: The Force Awakens –  Rick Carter, Darren Gilford , Lee Sandales  

Bridge of Spies –  Adam Stockhausen , Rena DeAngelo

Carol –  Judy Becker, Heather Loeffler

The Martian –  Arthur Max, Celia Bobak

Special Visual Effects

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens –  Chris Corbould , Roger Guyett , Paul Kavanagh , Neal Scanlan (WINNER)

Ant-Man –  Jake Morrison, Greg Steele, Dan Sudick , Alex Wuttke

Ex Machina  –  Mark Ardington , Sara Bennett, Paul Norris, Andrew Whitehurst

Mad Max: Fury Road –  Andrew Jackson, Dan Oliver, Tom Wood, Andy Williams

The Martian –  Chris Lawrence, Tim Ledbury , Richard Stammers, Steven Warner

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The Revenant –  Lon Bender, Chris Duesterdiek , Martin Hernandez, Frank A. Montaño , Jon Taylor, Randy Thom (WINNER)  

Bridge of Spies –  Drew Kunin , Richard Hymns, Andy Nelson, Gary Rydstrom

Mad Max: Fury Road –  Scott Hecker , Chris Jenkins, Mark Mangini , Ben Osmo , Gregg Rudloff , David White

The Martian –  Paul Massey, Mac Ruth, Oliver Tarney , Mark Taylor

Star Wars: The Force Awakens –  David Acord , Andy Nelson, Christopher Scarabosio , Matthew Wood, Stuart Wilson

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Mad Max: Fury Road –  Margaret Sixel (WINNER)  

The Big Short –  Hank Corwin

Bridge of Spies –  Michael Kahn

The Martian –  Pietro Scalia

The Revenant –  Stephen Mirrione

Make-Up and Hair

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Mad Max: Fury Road –  Lesley Vanderwalt , Damian Martin (WINNER)

Brooklyn –  Morna Ferguson, Lorraine Glynn

Carol –  Jerry DeCarlo , Patricia Regan

The Danish Girl –  Jan Sewell

The Revenant –  Sian Grigg , Duncan Jarman , Robert Pandini

Outstanding British Film in 2016

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Brooklyn  – John Crowley, Finola Dwyer, Amanda Posey, Nick Hornby (WINNER)

45 Years  – Andrew Haigh , Tristan Goligher

Amy  –  Asif Kapadia , James Gay-Rees

The Danish Girl  – Tom Hooper, Tim Bevan , Eric Fellner , Anne Harrison, Gail Mutrux , Lucinda Coxon

Ex Machina  – Alex Garland, Andrew Macdonald, Allon Reich

The Lobster  –  Yorgos Lanthimos , Ceci Dempsey, Ed Guiney , Lee Magiday , Efthimis Filippou

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Tom Cruise’s Face at BAFTAs Prompts Rampant Twitter Reaction, Speculation

Tom Cruise hit the red carpet at the 2016 BAFTA Film Awards in London this past weekend, and Twitter went wild over the actor’s face.

The Jack Reacher star, 53, looked dapper in a tux, complete with a bow tie, as he posed with The Revenant actor Leonardo DiCaprio . But viewers were more focused on his complexion and seemingly frozen features. Some people on Twitter described his face as “stretched,” “exfoliated” and “pinched.” Others insinuated that the actor had received Botox injections.

Even Scottish politician Ruth Davidson weighed in on Cruise’s countenance.

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Tom Cruise’s face. I don’t know what he’s doing to it, but he’s beginning to look like a late-90s era Sandi Toksvig. #EEBAFTAs — Ruth Davidson (@RuthDavidsonMSP) February 14, 2016
What has Tom Cruise done to his face? Scarier than the bear in Revenant (ht @VicSowerby ) pic.twitter.com/RB2frXFgdT — Harry Wallop (@hwallop) February 14, 2016

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I see Tom Cruise has gone and bought himself a new face. #BAFTA — Lisa B (@lisab7us) February 14, 2016
Tragedy of Tom Cruise having ruined his lovely face, that was ageing beautifully, is that it’s gone for ever now like the Bamiyan Buddahs. — Muriel Gray (@ArtyBagger) February 15, 2016
Can we talk about tom cruise’s face as a family? #bafta2016 #stretchedforthegods — Marlon (@malingsimeon) February 14, 2016

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@TomCruise please stop whatever it is your doing to your face!! — Collette Ellerington (@Ellero1) February 14, 2016
You know when you pump up your bike tyres and you unintentionally over inflate them? Tom Cruise’s face tonight. #BAFTA — Mr Omega 3 (@MrOmega3) February 14, 2016
Just seen tom cruise at the baftas..Oh dear tom what have you done to your face ?? It was like a hamster in a tuxedo!! — Gail H (@Girl_one) February 15, 2016
Just having a quick gawk at the BAFTAs and wtf is Tom Cruise doing to his face?! — lucyinglis (@lucyinglis) February 15, 2016

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BAFTA Award Winners 2016: Full List

Alejandro G. Inarritu’s “ The Revenant ” came up trumps at the 69 th British Academy Film Awards on Sunday night, nabbing five prizes including best film, director and leading actor.

George Miller’s “Mad Max: Fury Road” left the field with four BAFTAs – all in the more technical fields – including costume design, production design, make up and hair and editing.

“The Martian,” “The Danish Girl,” “Carol” and “Ex-Machina” all left empty-handed this year.

This year’s ceremony was a marked change for Inarritu compared to last year’s awards: in 2015, his pic “Birdman,” was up for 10 nominations but only came away with one win for best cinematography, given to Emmanuel Lubezki .

The glitterati were in full force at London’s Royal Opera House on Valentine’s Day:  Tom Cruise awarded “The Revenant” with the best film prize while Leonardo DiCaprio ’s win for best actor in the film was met with a resounding cheer in the audience. It marked the thesp’s first BAFTA win after four noms (he was previously nominated for work on Martin Scorsese pics “The Wolf of Wall Street,” “The Departed” and “The Aviator”).

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DiCaprio personally thanked co-star Tom Hardy for his “fierce loyalty not only as a collaborator but as a friend. I could not have done this journey without you.” He also thanked his mother in a moving speech, crediting her for supporting his acting career from the beginning.

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Helmer Inarritu won best director, after being nominated in the category three times (he was previously nominated for “Birdman” and “Babel”).

Lubezki nabbed the best cinematography award again for his work on “The Revenant,” a win that was widely predicted amongst the biz. This marks his fourth BAFTA win (in addition to “Birdman,” he also nabbed statuettes for “Gravity” and “Children of Men”). The pic also picked up best sound, for Lon Bender, Chris Duesterdiek, Martin Hernandez, Frank A. Montano, Jon Taylor, Randy Thom.

Brie Larson snatched up best actress for her role in “Room.” The thesp was not there to pick up the award, due to filming commitments in Australia, but helmer Lenny Abrahamson was on hand to accept the prize on her behalf and described the actress, who is also nominated for an Oscar this year, as “one of the best actors of her generation.”

Mark Rylance picked up best supporting actor for “Bridge of Spies,” his first win and first BAFTA film nomination. Rylance also wasn’t in London to collect the awards, as he is currently preforming on Broadway, but helmer Steven Spielberg collected the award for the actor.

Kate Winslet won her third BAFTA this year for Best Supporting Actress for “Steve Jobs.” Amongst the list of people she thanked, she credited co-star Michael Fassbender for his role in the film. “You led us through this,” she said. “I don’t know how you did this. I could watch you every day and be completely blown away.”

Outstanding British Film, the first award of the evening went to “ Brooklyn ,” directed by John Crowley. The 1950s Irish immigrant tale stars Saorise Ronan.

“The Big Short” was awarded best adapted screenplay for scribes Adam McKay, Charles Randolph, its only award of the evening.

“Spotlight” picked up one award for best original screenplay, for Tom McCarthy and Josh Singer. McCarthy took to the stage and thanked “the courageous survivors who came forward and shared their stories with us.”

Best animation went to Disney/Pixar toon “Inside Out” and helmer Pete Docter accepted the award and called on young people in secondary school who were struggling and trying to figure things out to “express themselves.” He said: “Sing, write, draw. The world will be a better place for it.”

George Miller received a lot of love on stage on Sunday evening as his pic “Mad Max: Fury Road,” picked up four statues for costume design (Jenny Beavan), makeup and hair (Lesley Vanderwalt, Damian Martin), editing (Margaret Sixel) and production design (Colin Gibson, Lisa Thompson).

Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer went to Jordanian pic “Theeb,” directed by Naji Abu Nowar, beating out the more well-known “Ex Machina,” helmed by Alex Garland. “Theeb” is up for an Oscar for best foreign language film.

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens” snapped up best special visual effects for Chris Corbould, Roger Guyett, Paul Kavanagh and Neal Scanlan while the EE Rising Star BAFTA award, the only award voted for by the public, went to “Star Wars: The Force Awakens” and “Attack the Block” Brit star John Boyega, who remarked he wanted to “share this award with all the young dreamers.” The thesp beat out Brie Larson, Dakota Johnson, Taron Egerton and Bel Powley for the award.

Sidney Poitier, the first African-American to receive a best actor Oscar for his role in 1963’s “Lilies of the Field,” was honored with a BAFTA Fellowship, the highest accolade, for his outstanding and exceptional contribution to the business. The Bahamas-born thesp, who has been nominated for six BAFTAs in his career (compared to two Academy Award nominations), nabbing one win in 1959 for “Edge of the City,” was unable to attend the ceremony to pick up his award due to “ill health.”

But he thanked BAFTA for the award saying “I’m sorry I’m unable to be there for you in London for this special occasion but I hold a very special place in my heart for your great city” and added “thank you for your warm embrace.”

“Sidney Poitier is the greatest example of what it means to live your life with integrity, power and grace. I just love this man,” said Oprah Winfrey in a video message. “He became a symbol of what was possible for an African-American in the United States.”

Alan Rickman, Omar Sharif, David Bowie, Wes Craven, Sir Christopher Lee and composer James Horner were remembered in a moving in memoriam reel during the ceremony.

Renowned costume supplier Angels Costumes was lauded with the Outstanding British Contribution to cinema, which was presented by Cate Blanchett.

And Best short film went to “Operator,” a pic funded by Kickstarter and helmed by Caroline Bartleet while best short animation went to “Edmond.”

 FULL WINNERS LIST:

“The Revenant,” Steve Golin, Alejandro G. Inarritu, Arnon Milchan, Mary Parent, Keith Redmon

“The Revenant,” Alejandro G. Inarritu

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY

“Spotlight,” Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY

“The Big Short,” Adam McKay, Charles Randolph

LEADING ACTOR

Leonardo DiCaprio, “The Revenant”

LEADING ACTRESS

Brie Larson, “Room”

SUPPORTING ACTOR

Mark Rylance, “Bridge of Spies”

SUPPORTING ACTRESS

Kate Winslet, “Steve Jobs”

ORIGINAL MUSIC

“The Hateful Eight,” Ennio Morricone

CINEMATOGRAPHY

“The Revenant,” Emmanuel Lubezki

“Mad Max: Fury Road,” Margaret Sixel

PRODUCTION DESIGN

“Mad Max: Fury Road,” Colin Gibson, Lisa Thompson

COSTUME DESIGN

“Mad Max: Fury Road,” Jenny Beavan

MAKEUP & HAIR

“Mad Max: Fury Road,” Lesley Vanderwalt, Damian Martin

“The Revenant,” Lon Bender, Chris Duesterdiek, Martin Hernandez, Frank A. Montano, Jon Taylor, Randy Thom

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS

“Star Wars: The Force Awakens,” Chris Corbould, Roger Guyett, Paul Kavanagh, Neal Scanlan

FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE

“Wild Tales,” Damian Szifron

DOCUMENTARY

“Amy,” Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees

ANIMATED FILM

“Inside Out,” Pete Docter

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM

“Brooklyn,” John Crowley, Finola Dwyer, Amanda Posey, Nick Hornby

OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER

Naji Abu Nowar (Writer/Director) Rupert Lloyd (Producer) “Theeb”

BRITISH SHORT ANIMATION

“Edmond,” Nina Gantz, Emilie Jouffroy

BRITISH SHORT FILM

“Operator,” Caroline Bartleet, Rebecca Morgan

THE EE RISING STAR AWARD (VOTED FOR BY THE PUBLIC)

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Annabelle Wallis and Tom Hughes present the awards for Make Up & Hair and Cinematography

Annabelle Wallis and Tom Hughes present the awards for Make Up & Hair and Cinematography

Damian Martin and Lesley Vanderwalt accept their BAFTA award for Make Up & Hair for Mad Max: Fury Road

Damian Martin and Lesley Vanderwalt accept their BAFTA award for Make Up & Hair for Mad Max: Fury Road

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Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje and Laura Haddock present the BAFTA award for Best Documentary

Asif Kapadia and James Gay-Reese take to the stage to accept the BAFTA award for Best Documentary

Asif Kapadia and James Gay-Reese take to the stage to accept the BAFTA award for Best Documentary

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Blake Harrison & Gemma Chan take to the stage to present the British Short Film and British Short Animation awards

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British Short Film winners Caroline Bartleet, Rebecca Morgan and team celebrate their award for Operator

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Nina Gantz and Emilie Jouffroy celebrate winning the British Short Animation award at the EE British Academy Film Awards

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Colin Morgan and Sonoya Mizuno present the BAFTA awards for Editing and Sound at the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden

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Margaret Sixel celebrates her BAFTA award for Editing for Mad Max: Fury Road

The Revenant sound team, Chris Duesterdiek, Frank A. Montano, Jon Taylor and Martin Hernandez, take to the microphone to accept their BAFTA award

The Revenant sound team, Chris Duesterdiek, Frank A. Montano, Jon Taylor and Martin Hernandez, take to the microphone to accept their BAFTA award

Matt Smith and Emilia Clarke present the award for Special Visual Effects at the EE British Academy Film Awards

Matt Smith and Emilia Clarke present the award for Special Visual Effects at the EE British Academy Film Awards

The Star Wars: The Force Awakens team take to the stage to receive their BAFTA award for Special Visual Effects

The Star Wars: The Force Awakens team take to the stage to receive their BAFTA award for Special Visual Effects

2015's EE Rising Star, Jack O'Connell, presents this year's award at the EE British Academy Film Awards

2015's EE Rising Star, Jack O'Connell, presents this year's award at the EE British Academy Film Awards

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens actor John Boyega accepts his EE Rising Star Award

Rebel Wilson presents the award for Supporting Actor at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

Rebel Wilson presents the award for Supporting Actor at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Steven Spielberg accepts the award for Supporting Actor on behalf of Mark Rylance at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Eddie Izzard presents the award for Animation at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Pete Docter accepts the award for Animation at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Eddie Redmayne presents the award for Supporting Actress at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Kate Winslet accepts the award for Supporting Actress at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Riz Ahmed and Olga Kurylenko present the award for Costume Design at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Jenny Beavan, costume designer for Mad Max: Fury Road, accepts the award for Costume Design at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Angela Bassett presents the award for Adapted Screenplay at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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The team for The Big Short collect the award for Adapted Screenplay at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Cate Blanchett takes to the stage to present the award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Angels Costumes recieves the award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Cuba Gooding Jr. presents the award for Original Screenplay at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Spotlight screenwriter Tom McCarthy collects the award for Original Screenplay at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Domhnall Gleeson and Carrie Fisher present the award for Film Not in the English Language at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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The Wild Tales team accept the award for Film Not in the English Language at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Douglas Booth and Max Irons present the award for Production Design at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Colin Gibson, production designer on Mad Max: Fury Road, accepts the award for Production Design at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Stanley Tucci presents the award for Director at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Alejandro G Iñárritu celebrates willing the Director award at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Sacha Baron Cohen presents the award for Leading Actress at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Lenny Abrahanson collects the award for Leading Actress on behalf of Brie Larson at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Julianne Moore presents the award for Leading Actor at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Leonardo Dicaprio accepts the award for Leading Actor at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Tom Cruise presents the award for Best Film at the 2016 EE British Academy Film Awards

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Fox’s The Revenant took charge of the marquee categories to take a leading five wins including Best Film and Best Actor for Leonardo DiCaprio at the BAFTA Film Awards tonight at the Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden. Director Alejandro G Iñárritu, who missed out here last year with Birdman (though he made up for it at the Oscars), won the Director prize this time. Cinematographer Emmanuel Lubezki won for a third consecutive year, and the pic also nabbed the Sound award. Lubezki’s feat of three wins in a row is matched only by Oswald Morris, in ’64, ’65 & ’66.

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DiCaprio and Brie Larson won again in the top actor and actress categories, which further cements their front-runner status.

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“This is an insane thing that is absolutely beyond my control,” DiCaprio said backstage of The Revenant ‘s success. “The epic art house movie is becoming extinct and there’s a desire from audiences around the world” to see those movies. “Hopefully, more films like this will get financed around the world.”

Larson wasn’t in attendance, in a jungle somwhere shooting Kong: Skull Island . The key awards stop also had to do without BAFTA Fellowship winner Sidney Poitier, Bridge Of Spies Supporting Actor winner Mark Rylance, The Revenant ‘s Lubezki and The Hateful Eight ‘s Original Score winner Ennio Morricone.

Mad Max: Fury Road was another big winner tonight with four trophies in the technical categories — Costume Design, Makeup & Hair, Production Design and Editor for Margaret Sixel — which could signal what’s to come at the Oscars. The other main technical category, Special Visual Effects, went to Star Wars: The Force Awakens .

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A total of 14 films took prizes, but there was no love for Carol , which had nine noms to co-lead the pack going in with Bridge Of Spies . The latter left with only one prize, for Rylance. Kate Winslet took Supporting Actress for Steve Jobs .

The Adapted and Original Screenplay races were won by The Big Short and Spotlight , respectively, just like they were the night before at the WGA Awards. The guild tweaked its order of awards for the BAFTA nominees so they could hop a flight over and make it in time. Turns out it was worth the jet lag.

There were several references Sunday to the ongoing diversity discussion surrounding the Oscars. Outside on the pre-show Royal Opera House red carpet, a small group of protesters carried signs labeled #baftablackout to protest the ceremony. Inside, Sacha Baron Cohen of course helped lead the charge with a pair of cracks as he presented the Leading Actress award: “BAFTA has shown none of the discrimination that the Oscars have. BAFTA makes sure every year that at least one of the nominees for Best Actress is a dame.” Then, “The nominees for Best WHITE actress goes to…” before emcee Stephen Fry rushed out, shouting, “No, no, it’s just LEAD actress.”

Rebel Wilson earlier got into the act: “I’ve never been invited to the Oscars because as you know they are racist, but the BAFTAs have diverse members and that’s what we all want to see in life isn’t it? Diverse members.”

Check out our live blog  of how the ceremony played out, with the full list of winners below:

BEST FILM THE REVENANT Steve Golin, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, Arnon Milchan, Mary Parent, Keith Redmon

LEADING ACTOR LEONARDO DICAPRIO The Revenant

LEADING ACTRESS BRIE LARSON Room

DIRECTOR THE REVENANT Alejandro G. Iñárritu

PRODUCTION DESIGN MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Colin Gibson, Lisa Thompson

FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE WILD TALES Damián Szifron

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY SPOTLIGHT Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY THE BIG SHORT Adam McKay, Charles Randolph

OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER NAJI ABU NOWAR (Writer/Director) RUPERT LLOYD (Producer) Theeb

COSTUME DESIGN MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Jenny Beavan

SUPPORTING ACTRESS KATE WINSLET Steve Jobs

ANIMATED FILM INSIDE OUT Pete Docter

SUPPORTING ACTOR MARK RYLANCE Bridge Of Spies

THE EE RISING STAR AWARD (voted for by the public) JOHN BOYEGA

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS STAR WARS: THE FORCE AWAKENS Chris Corbould, Roger Guyett, Paul Kavanagh, Neal Scanlan

SOUND THE REVENANT Lon Bender, Chris Duesterdiek, Martin Hernandez, Frank A. Montaño, Jon Taylor, Randy Thom

EDITING MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Margaret Sixel

BRITISH SHORT ANIMATION EDMOND Nina Gantz, Emilie Jouffroy

BRITISH SHORT FILM OPERATOR Caroline Bartleet, Rebecca Morgan

ORIGINAL MUSIC THE HATEFUL EIGHT Ennio Morricone

DOCUMENTARY AMY Asif Kapadia, James Gay-Rees

CINEMATOGRAPHY THE REVENANT Emmanuel Lubezki

MAKE UP & HAIR MAD MAX: FURY ROAD Lesley Vanderwalt, Damian Martin

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM BROOKLYN John Crowley, Finola Dwyer, Amanda Posey, Nick Hornby

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The british awards, known as baftas, are considered a portent of success at hollywood's february 28 academy awards..

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The U.K. film industry showered Valentine’s Day love on “The Revenant” Sunday, awarding the endurance epic five prizes, including best picture and best actor, at the British Academy Film Awards.

Leonardo DiCaprio cemented his Oscar-favorite status by taking the best-actor trophy for playing a bear-battling fur trapper in a brutally wild American West. Alejandro G. Inarritu was named best director for what he called a “human and tender story,” and “The Revenant” also won prizes for cinematography and sound.

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DiCaprio, who has been nominated three times before at the British awards without winning, said in his acceptance speech that he was “absolutely humbled” to beat “The Martian” star Matt Damon, “Trumbo”’s Bryan Cranston, Michael Fassbender for “Steve Jobs,” and Eddie Redmayne for “The Danish Girl.”

He cited the influence on his work of British actors including Tom Courtney, Peter O’Toole, Daniel Day Lewis and his “Revenant” co-star Tom Hardy, and sent thanks and greetings to his mother, whose birthday fell on Sunday.

The British awards, known as BAFTAs, are considered a portent of success at Hollywood’s Feb. 28 Academy Awards. “The Revenant” has earned DiCaprio his sixth Oscar nomination — and, many believe, his best shot at finally winning.

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DiCaprio said it was out of his hands, but expressed pride in what he called “not just a film, but an epic journey we all went on.”

“We put our heart and soul into this movie … It’s up to the world now and voters to decide,” he said at a post-ceremony news conference.

The best-actress trophy went to Brie Larson as a mother trying to shield her son from a terrible reality in “Room.” She won out over Alicia Vikander for “The Danish Girl,” Cate Blanchett for “Carol,” Maggie Smith for “The Lady in the Van” and Saoirse Ronan for “Brooklyn.”

Supporting performer prizes went to Mark Rylance, a soft-spoken Soviet agent in “Bridge of Spies,” and Kate Winslet, an Apple executive in “Steve Jobs.”

Winslet dedicated the prize to “all those young women who doubt themselves,” recalling that she once had been told to go for “the fat-girl parts.”

“Look at me now!” Winslet said.

“The Revenant” beat several hotly tipped awards contenders, including Steven Spielberg’s Cold War thriller “Bridge of Spies” and Todd Haynes’ lesbian romance “Carol.” Each had nine BAFTA nominations, but “Bridge of Spies” won only for Rylance’s performance, while “Carol” was shut out.

Irish emigrant saga “Brooklyn” was named best British film, a distinct category, while the documentary prize went to “Amy,” a powerful portrait of the rise and fall of singer Amy Winehouse.

George Miller’s dystopian thrill ride “Mad Max: Fury Road” took four prizes: editing, production design, costume design, and hair and makeup.

Two leading Oscar contenders also won awards: “Spotlight,” the drama about newspaper reporters investigating sex abuses in the Catholic Church, for original screenplay, and financial-crisis dramedy “The Big Short” for adapted screenplay.

On a crisp, cool London winter evening, hundreds of fans gathered to watch the stars arrive at the Royal Opera House. Among the arrivals were nominees DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Fassbender, Blanchett, Spielberg, Winslet, and “Star Wars” action hero John Boyega.

Inside the plush auditorium, actor-comedian Stephen Fry hosted a ceremony that included a Valentine’s-themed kiss-cam stunt which saw seatmates including DiCaprio and Maggie Smith smooch onscreen.

Boyega won the Rising Star award — decided by public vote — and dedicated it to “all the young dreamers who are hard-working, who are determined and who quite frankly are amazing.” ”Star Wars: The Force Awakens” won the BAFTA for visual effects.

The black comedy anthology “Wild Tales,” written and directed by Argentine Damian Szifron, won for non-English language film. Famed Italian film composer Ennio Morricone, 87, received the music award for his score to Quentin Tarantino’s “The Hateful Eight.”

The movie awards season has been dominated by debate about why the film industry remains dominated by white men. All the acting nominees for the Oscars both this year and last have been white.

The BAFTAs are slightly more diverse, with two black actors nominated — Boyega and Idris Elba, a supporting-actor contender for “Beasts of No Nation.” Pioneering black American actor Sidney Poitier — the first black best-actor Oscar winner, in 1963 — received a lifetime achievement award, the BAFTA fellowship.

A group called Creatives of Colour Network organized a protest beside the red carpet against a lack of racial diversity in show business. Demonstrators rallied under the hashtag #baftablackout, and distributed leaflets declaring the awards “male, pale and stale.”

The head of the British film academy said she supported the protesters’ aims.

“Our industry isn’t diverse enough, so the pool of people to draw award winners from isn’t diverse enough,” chief executive Amanda Berry told the Daily Telegraph newspaper.

Like Hollywood’s Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the British film academy says it will work to make sure its 6,500 voting members become a more diverse group.

On the red carpet, Boyega said he was glad the issue was being aired.

“I just think a larger conversation is being had and I think that’s a very, very positive thing,” he said.

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What's happened to Tom Cruise's face? Twitter goes wild over actor's 'puffy' and 'frozen' features at the BAFTAs

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Published: 08:55 EDT, 15 February 2016 | Updated: 04:50 EDT, 16 February 2016

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He was a surprise presenter at the BAFTA Film Awards on Sunday when he announced the winners of Best Film.

But it appears it was Tom Cruise's appearance, rather than the acceptance speech by the team behind The Revenant, which was the talking point.

Viewers took to Twitter as they watched the action on BBC1 to discuss the actor's face, with some accusing the 53-year-old of having surgery.

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Raising questions: Tom Cruise's appearance at Sunday's BAFTA Film Awards had many speculating about whether or not he'd had surgery

Raising questions: Tom Cruise's appearance at Sunday's BAFTA Film Awards had many speculating about whether or not he'd had surgery

Ageing gracefully? Tom in London last night

Ageing gracefully? Tom in London last night (left) and a 35-year-old Tom back in 1998

Many on Twitter thought the A-lister's face looked 'frozen' and 'inflated', with many speculating if he had Botox in his remarkably smooth forehead.

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Leading the queries were Ruth Davidson, Leader of the Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party, who tweeted: 'Tom Cruise's face. I don't know what he's doing to it, but he's beginning to look like a late-90s era Sandi Toksvig. #EEBAFTAs.'

Scottish broadcaster Muriel Gray weighed in: 'Tragedy of Tom Cruise having ruined his lovely face, that was ageing beautifully, is that it's gone for ever now like the Bamiyan Buddahs.'

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Questions? Many viewers of the BAFTAs took to Twitter to speculate about Tom's appearance

Questions? Many viewers of the BAFTAs took to Twitter to speculate about Tom's appearance

Dapper: The 53-year-old looked smart in a black Dolce & Gabbana suit as he made a surprise guest appearance at the glamorous London ceremony

Dapper: The 53-year-old looked smart in a black Dolce & Gabbana suit as he made a surprise guest appearance at the glamorous London ceremony

Man of the hour: Tom points to the big winner Alejandro G Iñárritu, whose film The Revenant picked up five major accolades

Man of the hour: Tom points to the big winner Alejandro G Iñárritu, whose film The Revenant picked up five major accolades

One Twitter user @hwallop wrote: 'What has Tom Cruise done to his face? Scarier than the bear in Revenant.'

Another @lisab7us tweeted: 'I see Tom Cruise has gone and bought himself a new face. #BAFTA.'

The furore on the micro-blogging site came as Tom was presenting the Best Film Award to the cast and crew behind The Revenant.

Leonardo DiCaprio and Alejandro González Iñárritu were among those on stage accepting the BAFTA for Best Film following the duo's win for Best Actor and Best Director respectively.

Furore: Fans were quick to tweet about what they thought the actor had done

Furore: Fans were quick to tweet about what they thought the actor had done

Under the microsope: Many on Twitter thought the A-lister's face looked 'frozen' and 'inflated' as he posed with Leonardo DiCaprio and Alejandro

Under the microsope: Many on Twitter thought the A-lister's face looked 'frozen' and 'inflated' as he posed with Leonardo DiCaprio and Alejandro

Introducing Tom, host Stephen Fry joked that he had found him sleeping backstage, having never left the building since attending the 2015 BAFTAs. 

Tom was previously asked about surgery rumours back in a 2012 interview with Playboy magazine and he denied having gone under the knife.

He said: 'I haven’t, and I never would.'

Congratulations: Tom and Leonardo chat backstage following the award presentation

Congratulations: Tom and Leonardo chat backstage following the award presentation

Cosmetic surgeon Mr Sultan Hassan FRCS(Plast) of Elite Surgical - who has not treated the actor - told the MailOnline: 'I suspect he has had botulinum toxin injections to his glabellar, forehead and crow’s feet areas within the last few weeks. I personally feel his injector has used far too much toxin resulting in a rather unnatural shiny look.

'If you look carefully at his eyebrow positions they look heavy and rather flat, low and wider apart. You could argue that this is a rather poor result. In addition his cheek bone, cheeks and jawline looks filled out, which in the absence of general weight gain is likely due to the use of a collagen filler to plump these areas out - just look carefully at his tear troughs and you can see they are filled out.'

Miles Berry MS, FRCS consultant plastic surgeon of Cosmeticsurgery-partners.co.uk, remarked: 'I would agree that Botox is likely to produce the smooth, unlined forehead. The cheeks are looking a tad more full too so dermal fillers would be high on the list too.

'As to the "sheen", the most likely culprit would be some form of resurfacing, probably a chemical peel.'

MailOnline has contacted Tom's rep for comment.

Waiting game: Tom waiting backstage with the BAFTA before Best Film before going on stage to announce the winner

Waiting game: Tom waiting backstage with the BAFTA before Best Film before going on stage to announce the winner

The actor at a LA Galaxy football game in 2012

Through the years: The actor at a LA Galaxy football game in 2012 (left) and the LA premiere of The Last Samurai in 2003 (right)

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BAFTA 2016 winners' list: The Revenant and Mad Max Fury Road win big

The revenant once again outshines at the british academy of film and television arts (bafta) awards. leonardo dicaprio's film wins all the major awards including the best actor, best film and best director trophies. .

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Alejandro Inarritu (L), Tom Cruise and Leonardo DiCaprio. Photo: Reuters

The UK film industry showered Valentine's Day love on The Revenant on Sunday (February 14), awarding the endurance epic five prizes, including best picture and best actor, at the British Academy Film Awards.

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Leonardo DiCaprio cemented his Oscar-favorite status by taking the best-actor trophy for playing a bear-battling fur trapper in a brutally wild American West. Alejandro G Inarritu was named best director for what he called a "human and tender story," and The Revenant also won prizes for cinematography and sound.

DiCaprio, who has been nominated three times before at the British awards without winning, said in his acceptance speech that he was "absolutely humbled" to beat The Martian star Matt Damon, Trumbo's Bryan Cranston, Michael Fassbender for Steve Jobs, and Eddie Redmayne for The Danish Girl.

He cited the influence on his work of British actors including Tom Courtney, Peter O'Toole, Daniel Day Lewis and his The Revenant co-star Tom Hardy, and sent thanks and greetings to his mother, whose birthday fell on Sunday.

The British awards, known as BAFTAs, are considered a portent of success at Hollywood's February 28 Academy Awards. The Revenant has earned DiCaprio his fifth Oscar nomination - and, many believe, his best shot at finally winning.

DiCaprio said it was out of his hands, but expressed pride in what he called "not just a film, but an epic journey we all went on."

"We put our heart and soul into this movie ... It's up to the world now and voters to decide," he said at a post-ceremony news conference.

The best-actress trophy went to Brie Larson as a mother trying to shield her son from a terrible reality in Room. She won out over Alicia Vikander for The Danish Girl, Cate Blanchett for Carol, Maggie Smith for The Lady in the Van and Saoirse Ronan for Brooklyn.

Supporting performer prizes went to Mark Rylance, a soft-spoken Soviet agent in Bridge of Spies, and Kate Winslet, an Apple executive in Steve Jobs.

Winslet dedicated the prize to "all those young women who doubt themselves," recalling that she once had been told to go for "the fat-girl parts."

"Look at me now!" Winslet said.

The Revenant beat several hotly tipped awards contenders, including Steven Spielberg's Cold War thriller Bridge of Spies and Todd Haynes' lesbian romance Carol. Each had nine BAFTA nominations, but Bridge of Spies won only for Rylance's performance, while Carol was shut out.

Irish emigrant saga Brooklyn was named best British film, a distinct category, while the documentary prize went to Amy, a powerful portrait of the rise and fall of singer Amy Winehouse.

George Miller's dystopian thrill ride Mad Max Fury Road took four prizes: editing, production design, costume design, and hair and makeup.

Two leading Oscar contenders also won awards: Spotlight, the drama about newspaper reporters investigating sex abuses in the Catholic Church, for original screenplay, and financial-crisis dramedy The Big Short for adapted screenplay.

On a crisp, cool London winter evening, hundreds of fans gathered to watch the stars arrive at the Royal Opera House. Among the arrivals were nominees DiCaprio, Mark Ruffalo, Fassbender, Blanchett, Spielberg, Winslet, and Star Wars action hero John Boyega.

Inside the plush auditorium, actor-comedian Stephen Fry hosted a ceremony that included a Valentine's-themed kiss-cam stunt which saw seatmates including DiCaprio and Maggie Smith smooch onscreen.

Boyega won the Rising Star award - decided by public vote - and dedicated it to "all the young dreamers who are hard-working, who are determined and who quite frankly are amazing." Star Wars The Force Awakens won the BAFTA for visual effects.

The black comedy anthology Wild Tales, written and directed by Argentine Damian Szifron, won for non-English language film. Famed Italian film composer Ennio Morricone, 87, received the music award for his score to Quentin Tarantino's The Hateful Eight.

The movie awards season has been dominated by debate about why the film industry remains dominated by white men. All the acting nominees for the Oscars both this year and last have been white.

The BAFTAs are slightly more diverse, with two black actors nominated - Boyega and Idris Elba, a supporting-actor contender for Beasts of No Nation. Pioneering black American actor Sidney Poitier - the first black best-actor Oscar winner, in 1963 - received a lifetime achievement award, the BAFTA fellowship.

A group called Creatives of Colour Network organized a protest beside the red carpet against a lack of racial diversity in show business. Demonstrators rallied under the hashtag #baftablackout, and distributed leaflets declaring the awards "male, pale and stale."

The head of the British film academy said she supported the protesters' aims.

"Our industry isn't diverse enough, so the pool of people to draw award winners from isn't diverse enough," chief executive Amanda Berry told the Daily Telegraph newspaper. Like Hollywood's Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, the British film academy says it will work to make sure its 6,500 voting members become a more diverse group.

On the red carpet, Boyega said he was glad the issue was being aired. "I just think a larger conversation is being had and I think that's a very, very positive thing," he said.

Here's the complete list of BAFTA winners:

Outstanding British film 45 Years Amy WINNER: Brooklyn The Danish Girl Ex Machina The Lobster

Best makeup and hair Brooklyn Carol The Danish Girl WINNER: Mad Max Fury Road The Revenant

Best cinematography Bridge of Spies Carol Mad Max Fury Road WINNER: The Revenant Sicario

Best documentary WINNER: Amy Cartel Land He Named Me Malala Listen to Me Marlon Sherpa

Best original music Bridge of Spies WINNER: The Hateful Eight The Revenant Sicario Star Wars The Force Awakens

Best British short film Elephant Mining Poems or Odes WINNER: Operator Over Samuel-613

Best British short animation WINNER: Edmond Manoman Prologue

Best editing The Big Short Bridge of Spies WINNER: Mad Max Fury Road The Martian The Revenant

Best sound Bridge of Spies Mad Max Fury Road The Martian WINNER: The Revenant Star Wars The Force Awakens

Best special visual effects Ant-Man Ex Machina Mad Max Fury Road The Martian WINNER: Star Wars The Force Awakens

EE Rising Star (voted for by the public) Bel Powley Brie Larson Dakota Johnson WINNER: John Boyega Taron Egerton

Best supporting actor Benicio del Toro - Sicario Christian Bale - The Big Short Idris Elba - Beasts of No Nation Mark Ruffalo - Spotlight WINNER: Mark Rylance - Bridge of Spies

Best animated film WINNER: Inside Out Minions Shaun the Sheep the Movie

Best supporting actress Alicia Vikander - Ex Machina Jennifer Jason Leigh - The Hateful Eight Julie Walters - Brooklyn WINNER: Kate Winslet - Steve Jobs Rooney Mara - Carol

Best costume design Brooklyn Carol Cinderella The Danish Girl WINNER: Mad Max Fury Road

Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer Alex Garland (director, Ex Machina) Debbie Tucker Green (writer/director, Second Coming) WINNER: Naji Abu Nowar (writer/director, Theeb), Rupert Lloyd (producer, Theeb) Sean McAllister (director/producer, A Syrian Love Story), Elhum Shakerifar (producer, A Syrian Love Story) Stephen Fingleton (writer/director, The Survivalist)

Best adapted screenplay WINNER: The Big Short Brooklyn Carol Room Steve Jobs

Outstanding British contribution to cinema Angels Costumes

Best original screenplay Bridge of Spies Ex Machina The Hateful Eight Inside Out WINNER: Spotlight

Best film not in the English language The Assassin Force Majeure Theeb Timbuktu WINNER: Wild Tales

Best production design Bridge of Spies Carol WINNER: Mad Max Fury Road The Martian Star Wars The Force Awakens

Fellowship recipient Sidney Poitier

Best director Adam McKay - The Big Short Steven Spielberg - Bridge of Spies Todd Haynes - Carol Ridley Scott - The Martian WINNER: Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu - The Revenant

Best actress Alicia Vikander - The Danish Girl WINNER: Brie Larson - Room Cate Blanchett - Carol Maggie Smith - The Lady in the Van Saoirse Ronan - Brooklyn

Best actor Bryan Cranston - Trumbo Eddie Redmayne - The Danish Girl WINNER: Leonardo DiCaprio - The Revenant Matt Damon - The Martian Michael Fassbender - Steve Jobs

Best film The Big Short Bridge of Spies Carol WINNER: The Revenant Spotlight Published By: AtMigration Published On: Feb 15, 2016 --- ENDS ---

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