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Summary

  1. Boyhood wins three, including best film and best director
  2. Eddie Redmayne win best actor, Julianne Moore wins best actress
  3. Five Baftas for Grand Budapest Hotel
  4. Director Mike Leigh receives Bafta Fellowship

Live Reporting

By Genevieve Hassan and Victoria Lindrea

All times stated are UK

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That's a wrap!

Genevieve Hassan

Entertainment reporter

That's all for our live Bafta coverage, thanks for joining us.

If you need to catch up, you can

read our story on all the winners. We've also put together a
full winners list.

Film buffs can join us again on 22 February for our live Oscars coverage - in the meantime our regular live page will return on Tuesday.

From the winners room

Natalie Jamieson

Newsbeat entertainment reporter

Eddie Redmayne talked about how he owes his new wife a proper honeymoon "on a beach" and that is the plan - once he's finished his next film (The Danish Girl), which starts the day after tomorrow.

Ethan Hawke and Patricia Arquette were among the Boyhood team who came backstage. They both really wanted to thank the fans and critics for spreading the word about Boyhood and actually going to see the movie in the first place.

Phil Lord and Christopher Miller - who made The Lego Movie - admitted they may well try and get a Bafta made out of Lego.

JK Simmons said since winning so many awards for Whiplash he'd had "more offers coming my way and more significant roles".

Eddie Redmayne played hide and seek with his Bafta trophy backstage.

Eddie Redmayne
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Afterwards, he posed with Professor Stephen Hawking.

Eddie Redmayne and Stephen Hawking
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Baftas - Your views

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Jo emails:

I don't think it was very clever or particularly funny of Stephen Fry to make fun of Prof Hawking. The man is cringeworthy at the best of times and his attempts at humour fail most of the time. Intelligent apparently, funny not.

In memoriam omissions

There's been quite a bit of controversy on Twitter over the segment featuring the stars we lost over the past year. It's been noted Bafta-winning actor Bob Hoskins was not given a mention.

Tom Davis tweets: "Unbelievable that Bob Hoskins has had no mention in tonight's @BAFTA awards..."

Donna M McGrory: "Wow #BAFTA, great choice on Boyhood for best film, but glaring oversight missing Bob Hoskins from reel of those your industry lost in 2014!"

Ben Evans: "Annoyed they've not even mentioned the late greats Rik Mayall & Bob Hoskins, also Mel Smith."

Susie Dewey: "#Baftas2015 forget to say au revoir to Philip Seymour Hoffman as they honour those lost in 2014. A sad omission."

Gail: "Surprised Philip Seymour Hoffman wasn't honored in Memorial BAFTA bit seeing as was many times nominated & actually won one!"

[Update: It transpires that Seymour Hoffman was featured in last year's In Memoriam section].

Best film analysis

Tim Masters

Entertainment correspondent

Boyhood
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This year's Baftas didn't deliver any major surprises, but they do set up an exciting battle for the Oscars in two weeks' time.

Will Boyhood repeat its British success and go on to take best picture in Hollywood?

For the past six years, the best film winner chosen by British Academy voters has gone on to win an Oscar. Last year it was 12 Years a Slave, and before that The Artist, The King's Speech, The Hurt Locker and Slumdog Millionaire.

But the Baftas are international awards with a local twist, and only some 20% of the US Academy is made up of Brits.

Birdman may have only won a single Bafta for cinematography, but this weekend it took the top prize at the Director Guild Awards in the US, which have previously proved a reliable indicator of Oscars success.

Roll on 22 February.

Reese Witherspoon - dress alert

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Chris Miller - Lego Movie director

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Also snagged this chocolate #BAFTA so I get to eat a human face."

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From the winners room

Natalie Jamieson

Newsbeat entertainment reporter

Leading actress winner Julianne Moore was happily clutching her Bafta backstage here in the winner's room.

She likened awards season to "going to a wedding every weekend where you're the bride", and said how her son's girlfriend had specifically asked her to bring back some chocolate Baftas (yes they do exist) as you can get them at the after-party.

Julianne Moore
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Winners line up

All the Bafta winners are up on stage for a group shot.

Bafta winners
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From the winners room

Natalie Jamieson

Newsbeat entertainment reporter

JK Simmons as you'd imagine was grinning backstage after winning the Bafta for best supporting actor.

He said it was "brilliant" and "wonderful" to have won. JK went on to say he was really "glad to see Miles [Teller] on the list of nominees here tonight" as "in my view he's not getting his due in this awards season... chalk that up to youth but he's a brilliant young actor".

Not over yet!

The awards may have been handed out, but stay with us as we'll bring you more reaction, backstage action and more Baftas glamour.

Game over

Loser faces all round as The Imitation Game - nominated for nine Baftas - failed to snaffle a single one.

Stephen Fry closes the ceremony by saying: "It's been a supreme year in film.

"Film is like a mirror and shows us who we are: it is sometimes witty and sometimes it is frighteningly clear. The moving image will never be anything without a story and all we need for that is belief. And no one - not even Kim Jong Un - can stop you."

'Visionary Leigh'

Sally Hawkins, Mike Leigh and Imelda Staunton
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Sally Hawkins and Imelda Staunton introduced a compilation of Mike Leigh's film clips, describing him as "a true visionary".

Receiving his Bafta Fellowship, Leigh quipped: "Well this is very nice indeed."

"How lucky we all are to have been born in this magical age of cinema. To be able to capture life... is glorious, isn't it?"

Referring to Mr Turner's failure to win any prizes - or indeed be nominated in some categories, he added: "I know some people expect me to be rude this evening. Well sorry folks, you are in for a disappointment.

"Bafta is a democratic gang, your taste is your prerogative.

"This [Fellowship] I take as a sign of your respect for an offbeat, alternative, original, idiosyncratic, personal kind of cinema. Thank you Bafta - and to everybody I have ever worked with.

And [to those I haven't] rot in hell!"

Baftas - Your views

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Emily Adams on The Lego Movie: "Yes! Finally the recognition it deserves!"

Talking Voice: "Watched grand Budapest and Boyhood and can't understand the fuss about them - Gone Girl or Still Alice - superb."

Nakul: "JK Simmons deserves that. He was superb (and scary) in Whiplash. Reminded me of my Drama School days. Oh how I don't miss that."

Art imitating life

Boyhood star Ellar Coltrane was among the recipients who picked up the best film award from (as Stephen Fry called him) "OMG, it's Tom Cruise".

Coltrane said: "The truth is, it didn't feel like a movie, more like an exercise in collaboration and vulnerability," he said.

"To have this movie recognised alongside such grand pieces of art means life itself must be more exciting than we let on."

Best film - Boyhood

Ginger night

Victoria Lindrea

Arts and entertainment reporter

Eddie Redmayne/Julianne Moore
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It's ginger night! Redheads have taken the top acting honours at tonight's Baftas.

Now, where's mine?!

Collecting her award, Julianne Moore thanked "everybody in the Alzheimer's community who were so generous with their time and telling me their experiences".

Ready Eddie

Eddie Redmayne
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Eddie Redmayne received his best actor award to roars of approval from the star-packed audience.

"I was at the Baftas three years ago and I had food poisoning - I redecorated the corridor of the Royal Opera House. That was one of the worst nights of my life - this is one of the best nights of my life," he said.

He dedicated his award to three families: his own family for "their amazing faith"; his professional family, including "wonder" girl Felicity Jones, and the Hawking family.

Of the Hawkings, he said: "I want to thank them for their trust, their generosity and their kindness.

"And for reminding me of the great strength that comes from having the will to live a full and passionate life."

Leading actress - Julianne Moore, Still Alice

Steve Carell and Ethan Hawke
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Collecting Richard Linklater's award from actor Steve Carell, Boyhood star Ethan Hawke said: "I've made eight films with him and he's a great friend. No one loves cinema more than Richard.

"Like Wes Anderson he was hijacked at the Director's Guild of America awards and he will be p***** off he's not here tonight," he joked.

"The easy part was making the movie, the hard part was giving it to the world."

Leading actor - Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything

Jack the lad

Jack O'Connell
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Earlier Jack O'Connell had a language malfunction on the red carpet during a live BBC broadcast (leaving our very own Lizo apologising profusely for the next five minutes).

Picking up his Rising Star award - which was voted for by the public - the Unbroken star said: "The people have spoken - now it's my turn!"

Director - Richard Linklater, Boyhood

Rising Star award: Jack O'Connell

From the winners room

Natalie Jamieson

Newsbeat entertainment reporter

The most emotional moment backstage in the winner's room so far was when Patricia Arquette was talking about Tony Scott, who directed her in True Romance. She teared up saying how she forgot to thank him in her Bafta acceptance speech on stage.

"I really wanted to say I loved Tony Scott so much. He made me listen to myself as an actor." And she told how Scott would say every idea she had on True Romance was brilliant, and that taught her as a girl to "listen to yourself". She amusingly then said Scott would shoot down any idea her co-star Christian Slater had...

Patricia Arquette
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Costume design - The Grand Budapest Hotel

Adapted screenplay - The Theory of Everything, Anthony McCarten

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Ralph Fiennes collected the Bafta for original screenplay on behalf of The Grand Budapest Hotel's Wes Anderson.

Reading from a letter written by Anderson, Fiennes read: "If Ralph Fiennes is reading this... I must have won a Bafta."

"I was already most unhappy [to be missing the Bafta ceremony] - now I am really angry and resentful. I am furious," joked Anderson.

He added he had been obliged to attend a different ceremony in Los Angeles for a prize that "most likely I have already failed to win!"

Foreign film - Ida

Original screenplay - The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson

Dickie bow

Bafta paid tribute to film-maker Lord Attenborough, who died in August last year, with contributions from Prince William and Robert Downey Jr, who was nominated for an Oscar for his role as Chaplin in the Attenborough film of the same name.

Prince William hailed the Gandhi director as "a leader with a vision" dedicated to "nurturing, supporting and developing talent".

"His passion was ceaseless," said Downey Jr, in a recorded message. "I miss you, Dickie."

Happy ending

Pride
Film company

Pride writer Stephen Beresford said it took him 20 years to persuade anyone the mixture of gay and lesbian activists and striking miners "were the ingredients for a sure fire comedy smash".

"We do incredible things when we all stand together - unite."

Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer - Stephen Beresford, David Livingstone (writer and producer, Pride)

Michael Keaton accepted the cinematography away on behalf on Emmanuel Lubezki.

The actor described Lubezki as "a true artist - he's a genius".

While reading the acceptance speech, which included thanking the British Academy, Keaton said: "He says something very generous about me - we'll go right past that."

Cinematography - Birdman, Emmanuel Lubezki

Royal kiss

Stephen Fry and Cuba Gooding Jr
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Presenting the best supporting actress award, Cuba Gooding Jr lamented host Stephen Fry had not chosen to kiss him earlier on in the ceremony. To which Fry responded by giving him a big smack on the lips.

"It's the first time I've ever been kissed by a member of the royal family," quipped Gooding Jr. "Your lips are so soft!"