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'Boyhood' Wins Big With BAFTA Best Film Honor; Actor Races Solidify Ahead Of Oscars – Full Winners List

The BAFTA Awards were handed out at the Royal Opera House tonight in London, and IFC Films’ Boyhood took the big prize with the Best Film award, its third overall nod of the night including for director Richard Linklater and supporting actress Patricia Arquette. Fox Searchlight’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, which debuted almost exactly a year ago at the Berlin Film Festival, led the way this year with 11 nominations and picked up a leading five wins, including for Wes Anderson’s original screenplay.

Focus Features’ The Theory Of Everything and Sony Pictures Classics’ Whiplash also won three awards apiece, the former taking the BAFTA for Best British Film and Lead Actor Eddie Redmayne, who along with Still Alice‘s Julianne more solidified their frontrunner status in those Oscar categories with their victories.

Here’s the complete list of winners:

BEST FILM
BOYHOOD
Richard Linklater, Cathleen Sutherland

LEADING ACTRESS
JULIANNE MOORE
Still Alice

LEADING ACTOR
EDDIE REDMAYNE
The Theory of Everything

DIRECTOR
BOYHOOD
Richard Linklater

EE RISING STAR
Jack O’Connell

COSTUME DESIGN
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
Milena Canonero

ADAPTED SCREENPLAY
THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING
Anthony McCarten

FILM NOT IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE
IDA
Pawel Pawlikowski, Eric Abraham, Piotr Dzieciol, Ewa Puszczynska

ORIGINAL SCREENPLAY
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
Wes Anderson

OUTSTANDING DEBUT BY A BRITISH WRITER, DIRECTOR OR PRODUCER
STEPHEN BERESFORD (Writer), DAVID LIVINGSTONE (Producer)
Pride

CINEMATOGRAPHY
BIRDMAN
Emmanuel Lubezki

SUPPORTING ACTRESS
PATRICIA ARQUETTE
Boyhood

SUPPORTING ACTOR
J.K. SIMMONS
Whiplash

SPECIAL VISUAL EFFECTS
INTERSTELLAR
Paul Franklin, Scott Fisher, Andrew Lockley, Ian Hunter

ANIMATED FILM
THE LEGO MOVIE
Phil Lord, Christopher Miller

SOUND
WHIPLASH
Thomas Curley, Ben Wilkins, Craig Mann

EDITING
WHIPLASH
Tom Cross

BRITISH SHORT ANIMATION
THE BIGGER PICTURE
Chris Hees, Daisy Jacobs, Jennifer Majka

BRITISH SHORT FILM
BOOGALOO AND GRAHAM
Brian J. Falconer, Michael Lennox, Ronan Blaney

PRODUCTION DESIGN
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
Adam Stockhausen, Anna Pinnock

MAKE UP & HAIR
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
Frances Hannon

DOCUMENTARY
CITIZENFOUR
Laura Poitras

ORIGINAL MUSIC
THE GRAND BUDAPEST HOTEL
Alexandre Desplat

OUTSTANDING BRITISH FILM
THE THEORY OF EVERYTHING
James Marsh, Tim Bevan, Eric Fellner, Lisa Bruce, Anthony McCarten

  1. This was a needed win for boyhood, but I still think birdman is front runner for oscars with the DGA win..

    Regardless I think Budapest, sniper, and all the other Oscar best pic nominees are basically out of the race…

  2. Loved all the great movies that were nominated and all the winners. Thank you Deadline staff for continuing up to the moment coverage of the world of entertainment!!!

  3. Julianne Moore, Eddie redmayne, Patricia arquette and jk Simmons are such shoe-ins they might as well start posing with fake oscars in front of the mirror,

    1. No but sheer characterisation of a TRUE story By Eddie Redmayne wins hand down…. birdman is a bit too arty farty for the average punter but od course americans see that as kudos… remember Lincoln???
      best films without BS are usually made in Britain…

  4. Boyhood will lose to “The Imitation Game” for Best Picture. Boyhood is
    not a Motion Picture it is an after school special filmed over 12 years
    as a desperate gimmick by a “C” grade director. The Academy represents
    experienced sophisticated artists who will pick the Best Picture to
    represent us to the World. Boyhood isn’t even close to Best Picture.
    Can you really put Boyhood in the same category as “Schindler’s List”?
    Seriously?

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