LONDON â€” The BAFTA film awards ceremony is unspooling at Londonâ€™s Royal Opera House. We are bringing you the winners as they are announced. Refresh this page for the latest results.
Steve McQueen, Anthony Katagas, Brad Pitt, Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner took the BAFTA award for best film for â€œ12 Years a Slave.â€ Producer-helmer McQueen said there were â€œ21 million people in slavery as we sit here now.â€
The honor for best leading actress went to Cate Blanchett for â€œBlue Jasmine.â€ She dedicated the award to the â€œlate greatâ€ Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Alfonso Cuaron took the director prize for â€œGravity.â€ He said he considered himself to be part of the U.K. film industry as he had lived in Britain for 13 years and had made half of his films in the country.
The leading actor award went to Chiwetel Ejiofor for â€œ12 Years a Slave.â€ He paid tribute to Steve McQueen, and said that the award really belonged to the helmer. â€œItâ€™s yours. Iâ€™m going to keep it, but it is yours,â€ he said.
The award for film not in the English language went to Paolo Sorrentino, Nicola Giuliano and Francesca Cima for â€œThe Great Beauty.â€
BAFTA paid tribute to Peter Oâ€™Toole, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Shirley Temple and Saul Zaentz, who all died in the past year.
The award for special visual effects went to Tim Webber, Chris Lawrence, David Shirk, Neil Corbould and Nikki Penny for â€œGravity.â€
The adapted screenplay prize went to Steve Coogan and Jeff Pope for â€œPhilomena.â€ Coogan thanked the real Philomena, who was in the audience. He said that she had had her voice heard in the Vatican, but there were thousands of other women who were still searching for their children.
The award for original screenplay went to â€œAmerican Hustleâ€™sâ€ David O. Russell and Eric Warren Singer, who said he had been â€œbreastfed at a very early age on British cinema.â€
Will Poulter took the EE Rising Star Award, which was voted for by the public.
British writer-helmer Peter Greenaway received the award for outstanding British contribution to cinema. He said he saw the award as BAFTAâ€™s â€œencouragement for the continual reinvention of cinema.â€
â€œGravityâ€ led the awards race at the half-way point with four BAFTAs. Its treasure trove contained gold BAFTA masks for cinematography, original music, sound and outstanding British film.
â€œAmerican Hustleâ€™sâ€ Jennifer Lawrence nabbed the prize for supporting actress.
The prize for cinematography went to Emmanuel Lubezki for â€œGravity.â€
The award for supporting actor was picked up by Barkhad Abdi for â€œCaptain Phillips.â€ He thanked the performers who played the other pirates in the film. â€œWe came from nothing and I got this (the BAFTA),â€ he said.
The prize for outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer went to director-writer Kieran Evans for â€œKelly + Victor.â€
â€œFrozenâ€™sâ€ Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee took the award for animated film. They thanked the 600-strong cast and crew behind the production.
The BAFTA for original music was picked up by Steven Price for â€œGravity.â€ He thanked his parents for paying for his record collection when he was a boy.
The award for costume design went to Catherine Martin for â€œThe Great Gatsby.â€
The prize for hair and make up went to Evelyne Noraz and Lori McCoy-Bell for â€œAmerican Hustle.â€
The award for documentary was taken by Joshua Oppenheimer for â€œThe Act of Killing.â€ Oppenheimer criticized the British and U.S. governments for their support for the Indonesian regime.
The prize for editing went to Dan Hanley and Mike Hill for â€œRush.â€ Ron Howard accepted the award on their behalf.
â€œGravityâ€™sâ€ Glenn Freemantle, Skip Lievsay, Christopher Benstead, Niv Adiri and Chris Munro picked up the BAFTA for sound.
The award for production design went to Catherine Martin and Beverley Dunn for â€œThe Great Gatsby.â€
Alfonso Cuaron and David Heyman nabbed the BAFTA for Outstanding British film for â€œGravity.â€
The BAFTA for British short animation was taken by James Walker, Sarah Woolner and Yousif Al-Khalifa for â€œSleeping With the Fishes.â€
The award for British short film went to James W. Griffiths and Sophie Venner for â€œRoom 8.â€
After Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, arrived, the ceremony, which is being hosted by thesp Stephen Fry, began. Fry started by introducing some of the star guests, including Leonardo DiCaprio, Christian Bale and Cate Blanchett.
Other nominated thesps attending include Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Oprah Winfrey, Sandra Bullock, Amy Adams, Michael Fassbender, Steve Coogan, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Sally Hawkins, Lupita Nyongâ€™o, Daniel Bruhl, Barkhad Abdi, Emma Thompson, Bradley Cooper, Bruce Dern and Judi Dench.
Nominated helmers attending are Ron Howard, Martin Scorsese, Alfonso Cuaron, Steve McQueen, David O. Russell and Paul Greengrass.
Helen Mirren, who will receive the BAFTA Fellowship, is also in attendance.
Presenters and other attendees include Alicia Vikander, Benedict Cumberbatch, Christoph Waltz, Douglas Booth, Eddie Redmayne, Gillian Anderson, Helen McCrory, Imogen Poots, Jack Huston, Jeremy Irons, Joely Richardson, Juliet Stevenson, Luke Evans, Kiefer Sutherland, Maggie Gyllenhall, Matthew Modine, Michael Sheen, Niki Lauda, Ray Winstone, Richard E. Grant, Sam Claflin, Samantha Barks, Stanley Tucci and Uma Thurman.