BAFTAS – Full List of Winners

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La La Land failed to win a landslide in a night full of surprises and diversity, so check out all the winners below plus our thoughts on how this affects the road to the Oscars.

La La Land picked up three of the four biggest awards (best film, actress for Emma Stone, and director for Damien Chazelle), but missed out with Ryan Gosling as best actor when Manchester by the Sea‘s Casey Affleck secured another win. In a surprise win, Dev Patel’s Lion performance knocked out Mahershala Ali in Moonlight. Viola Davis continued her winning streak for Fences as well.

Lion won for adapted screenplay with Manchester By the Sea taking home original – however, Oscars have split up these categories differently, putting Moonlight into adapted which will likely come out victorious. This is interesting for original, as La La Land missed out on picking up this win.

Although 13th won for Best Documentary it wasn’t up against many of the Oscars contenders, including expected winner OJ: Made In America. Since BAFTAS have a different cut off period for film entries, Son of Saul was nominated for Best Foreign and won against Toni Erdmann, one of this year’s frontrunners for the Oscar category.

Best film

  • La La Land

Best director

  • Damien Chazelle (La La Land)

Best actor

  • Casey Affleck (Manchester by the Sea)

Best actress

  • Emma Stone (La La Land)

Best supporting actress

  • Viola Davis (Fences)

Best supporting actor

  • Dev Patel (Lion)

Best original screenplay

  • Manchester By the Sea

Best adapted screenplay

  • Lion

Best animated film

  • Kubo and the Two Strings

Best documentary

  • 13th

Best film not in the English language

  • Son of Saul

Outstanding British film

  • I, Daniel Blake

EE Rising Star award

  • Tom Holland

Best make up & hair

  • Florence Foster Jenkins

Best original music

  • La La Land

Best costume design

  • Jackie

Best sound

  • Arrival

Best British short animation

  • A Love Story

Best British short film

  • Home

Best editing

  • Hacksaw Ridge

Best production design

  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

Best special visual effects

  • The Jungle Book

Best debut by a British writer, director or producer

  • Under the Shadow – Babak Anvari (writer/director), Emily Leo, Oliver Roskill, Lucan Toh (producers)

Outstanding British contribution to cinema

Curzon Cinemas

Best cinematography

  • La La Land

Bafta fellowship

Mel Brooks

 

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