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BAFTA AWARDS 2014 WINNERS

The Brits know how to have your cake and eat it, too, judging by the BAFTA Categories for top honours, with 12 Years A Slave taking the Best Film award and Gravity winning for Outstanding British Film, at the 2014 BAFTA Awards on Sunday night (Feb. 16, London time), at a ceremony hosted by the eternally engaging Stephen Fry.

Australian winners include Cate Blanchett for Blue Jasmine and The Great Gatsby with Production and Costume Design awards.

THE WINNERS
Best film
12 Years a Slave

Outstanding British film
Gravity

Actor
Chiwetel Ejiofor (12 Years a Slave)

Actress
Cate Blanchett (Blue Jasmine)

Supporting actor
Barkhad Adbi (Captain Phillips)

Supporting actress
Jennifer Lawrence (American Hustle)

Director
Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity)

Adapted screenplay
Philomena

Original screenplay
American Hustle

Animated film
Frozen

Documentary

The Act of Killing

Foreign film
The Great Beauty

Cinematography

Gravity

Costume design
The Great Gatsby

Editing

Rush

Make-up and hair
American Hustle

Music
Gravity

Production design
The Great Gatsby

Sound

Gravity

Visual effects
Gravity

Short animation
Sleeping with the Fishes

Short film
Room 8

Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer
Kieran Evans (writer-director, Kelly + Victor)

Rising Star award

Will Poulter

Published February 17, 2014

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12 Years A slave


Catherine Martin, The Great Gatsby


Gravity


Blue Jasmine


BAFTA's highest accolade, the Academy Fellowship, was presented to Dame Helen Mirren, in recognition of her exceptional contribution to film.

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