Baftas Winners 2015: The list in full as The Grand Budapest Hotel leads with five awards

Boyhood and Whiplash also fared well at the prestigious awards ceremony

Kashmira Gander@kashmiragander
Sunday 08 February 2015 22:35
Winners pose on the stage during the Baftas
Winners pose on the stage during the Baftas

Coming-of-age film Boyhood has emerged triumphant at tonight's Baftas, by claiming the most prestigious awards for Best Film, Best Director for Richard Linklater and the Supporting Actress award for Patricia Arquette.

Wes Anderson's The Grand Budapest Hotel was the most celebrated film, winning five awards, while Whiplash and The Theory of Everything won three each - including Best Actor for Eddie Redmayne, who portrayed physicist Stephen Hawking in the latter.

Here are tonight's winners in full:

Outstanding British FilmThe Theory of Everything

Original MusicThe 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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