BAFTA film awards saw big wins for Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri while The Shape of Water picked up three gold statues.
Here’s everyone who won an award at the 2018 ceremony.
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Frances McDormand wins Leading Actress for ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’.
Gary Oldman picks up the Leading Actor Award for ‘Darkest Hour’
Bryan Cranston (L) and Allison Janney, winner of the Best Supporting Actress award for ‘I, Tonya’.
Sam Rockwell wins for ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’
Martin McDonagh (L), Pete Czernin (2ndL) and Graham Broadbent (R), winners of the Outstanding Film award, Sam Rockwell, winner of the Best Supporting Actor award and Frances McDormand, winner of the Best Actress
Winner of the Adapted Screenplay Award for ‘Call Me By Your Name’, James Ivory.
Pete Czernin, Martin McDonagh and Graham Broadbent, winner of the Outstanding British Film award
Mark Bridges (C), winner of the Best Costume Design award for ‘Phantom Thread’, poses with presenters Tom Taylor (L) and Edward Holcroft.
Rungano Nyoni and Emily Morgan, winners of the Outstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director or Producer award for ‘I Am Not A Witch’, in the press room during the EE British Academy Film Awards.
Paul Machliss (L) and Jonathan Amos, winners of the Best Editing award for ‘Baby Driver’
Ser En Low and Paloma Baeza, winners of the British Short Animation award for the movie ‘Poles Apart’
Raoul Peck, winner of the Best Documentary award for ‘I Am Not Your Negro’
Presenters Will Poulter (L) and Sam Claflin (R) and Alex Gibson, Mark Weingarten, Gregg Landaker, Richard King and Gary A. Rizzo, winners of the award for Best Sound for ‘Dunkirk’
Winner of the Original Music Award for ‘The Shape of Water’, Alexandre Desplat poses in the press room
Winners of the Animated Film Award for ‘Coco’, Lee Unkrich (L) and Darla K. Anderson
(L-R) Kazuhiro Tsuji, Lucy Sibbick, Ivana Primorac and David Malinowski, winners of the Best Make Up & Hair award for ‘Darkest Hour
(L-R) Jonas Mortensen, Sam Spruell, Dylan Naden and Colin O’Toole, winners of the Best British Short Film award for ‘Cowboy Dave’/
Park Chan-wook and Syd Lim win for The Handmaiden
(L-R) Richard R. Hoover, Gerd Nefzer, John Nelson and Paul Lambert, winners of the Best Special Visual Effects award for Blade Runner 2049