There's no sign of Tom Cruise or Steven Spielberg as the British Academy unveils its nominations for this year's Bafta Film Awards.
Actors Hayley Atwell and Toheeb Jimoh announced the lucky nominees hoping to pick up a Bafta this year.
One gag involving a cake made to look like Benedict Cumberbatch seemed to go down like a lead balloon in the Royal Albert Hall.
Rebel Wilson has opened the Bafta film awards by making jokes about her recent weight loss, JK Rowling, and the coronavirus pandemic.
Dune leads the pack with 11 nominations, followed by The Power of the Dog with eight, while Kenneth Branagh's Belfast has six.
Quite a few of the categories this year differ drastically from the Oscars, allowing the Baftas to carve out its own identity.
Dame Shirley Bassey has been confirmed to perform at the 2022 Baftas to celebrate the 60th anniversary of the James Bond franchise.
As always, the nominations come laden with surprises, and many filmmakers — and film fans — will be disappointed to have not made the cut.
Former Bond girl Dame Diana Rigg passed away in September after a distinguished career on the big and small screens.
The septuagenarian star of 'Minari' delivered one of the night's most memorable acceptance speeches.
The winners of the EE British Academy Film Awards are being announced over two nights for the first time ever due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Bafta chairman Krishnendu Majumdar was joined by actresses Aisling Bea and Susan Wokoma to announce the nominations for the 2021 Bafta Film Awards.
The awards show, which is being split over two years for the first time ever due to the pandemic, will feature all-star awards presenters
Actor Steven Yeun was able to draw on his own experiences as the son of immigrants, and those of his own father.