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BAFTAS give King’s Speech seven

The Brit awards honoured, mostly, their own this year, calling various participants in The King’s Speech to the stage seven times during the evening. Other multiple winners were Inception (3) and The Social Network (2). Christopher Sauron Lee picked up the Academy Fellowship for a lifetime of scaring the bejesus out of cinema-goers.

Despite The King’s Speech’s dominance at the BAFTAs, it had a lean night across the sea at the Irish Film and TV Awards. It was nominated in only one of the three international categories of Best Film, Actor and Actress. Helena Bonham Carter lost out to Annete Bening for her turn in The Kids are Alright.

And the BAFTA winners were:

Best Film
The King’s Speech

Outstanding British Film
The King’s Speech

Outstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director Or Producer
Chris Morris, Four Lions

Director
David Fincher, The Social Network

Original Screenplay
David Seidler, The King’s Speech

Adapted Screenplay
Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network

Film Not In The English Language
The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo

Animated Film
Toy Story 3

Leading Actor
Colin Firth, The King’s Speech

Leading Actress
Natalie Portman, Black Swan

Supporting Actor
Geoffrey Rush, The King’s Speech

Supporting Actress
Helena Bonham Carter, The King’s Speech

Original Music
Alexandre Desplat, The King’s Speech

Cinematography
Roger Deakins, True Grit

Editing
Angus Wall, Kirk Baxter, The Social Network

Production Design
Guy Hendrix Dyas, Larry Dias, Doug Mowat, Inception

Costume Design
Colleen Atwood, Alice in Wonderland

Sound
Richard King, Lora Hirschberg, Gary A. Rizzo, Ed Novick, Inception

Special Visual Effects
Chris Corbould, Paul Franklin, Andrew Lockley, Peter Bebb, Inception

Make-Up & Hair
Valli O’Reilly, Paul Gooch, Alice in Wonderland

Short Animation
Michael Pleas, The Eagleman Stag

Short Film
Paul Wright, Poss Kondeatis, Until the River Runs Red

Orange Wednesdays Rising Award
Tom Hardy

Outstanding British Contribution To Cinema
The Harry Potter Films

Academy Fellowship
Sir Christopher Lee

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