Celeb packed BAFTA red carpet

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Celeb packed BAFTA red carpet

The BAFTAs, the biggest awards event in the British film calendar was held at the Royal Opera House on Sunday February 8 2015.

We were there on the red carpet to speak to the stars including J.K himself, Pride's Imelda Staunton, Boyhood's Ellar Coltrane,  Nightcrawler's Rene Russo, Rising Star nominee Gugu Mbatha-Raw, Paddington director Paul King and ask them what they made of it all.

Our Entertainment Producer, Simon Thompson, discussed the winners on Wake Up London.



The winners in full:

Outstanding British Film – The Theory of Everything

Original Music – The Grand Budapest Hotel

Documentary – Citizen Four

Hair & Makeup – The Grand Budapest Hotel

Production Design - The Grand Budapest Hotel

British Short - Boogaloo and Graham

British Short Animation - The Bigger Picture

Editing - Whiplash

Sound - Whiplash

Animated Film - The Lego Movie

Special Visual Effects - Interstellar

Supporting Actor - JK Simmons, Whiplash

Outstanding British Contribution to Film - BBC Films

Best Supporting Actress - Patricia Arquette, Boyhood

Cinematography - Birdman

Outstanding debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer - Pride

Original Screenplay - Wes Anderson, The Grand Budapest Hotel

Film in a Foreign Language - Ida

Best Adapted Screenplay - The Theory of Everything

Costume - The Grand Budapest Hotel

EE Rising Star Award - Jack O'Connell

Director - Richard Linklater, Boyhood

Lead Actor - Eddie Redmayne

Lead Actress - Julianne Moore

Best Film - Boyhood

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