Last night, the red carpet was once again rolled out and a-listers flooded the London’s Royal Opera House to celebrate yet another outstanding year of film making at this years BAFTA’s.
Unsurprisingly, The Revenant scooped up best film, while it’s director, Alejandro G. Iñárritu, won the award for best director, and Leonardo DiCaprio received the award for leading actor.
Winner of leading actress was Brie Larson for her role as a young mother held in captive in the film Room, while Kate Winslet accepted the award for Supporting Actress for her spectacular performance in Steve Jobs.
Irish film, Brooklyn, received the outstanding honour of British Film. Nick Hornby, British Novelist said, “You have to sort of pinch yourself really to think that it’s made it all the way through to this.”
Action packed Mad Max: Fury Road picked up four awards for its return to the big screen for best Costume Design, Production Design, Make-up & Hair and for Editing.
One of the highlights of the evening however was the BAFTA’s kiss cam, which spiced the night up. Puckering up were Leo and Dame Maggie Smith, Stanley Tucci and Cuba Gooding Jr, Eddie Izzard and Rebel Wilson, and Bryan Cranston and Julianne Moore.