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David Bowie and Alan Rickman remembered at Baftas

Stars paid tribute to David Bowie at the Baftas Credit: PA

David Bowie and Alan Rickman were among the stars remembered in the annual In Memoriam segment at the Bafta awards.

It pays tribute to stars linked to the acting world who have died since last year's ceremony.

Sir Christopher Lee, Maureen O'Hara, Omar Sharif were also among those featured in the ceremony.

Kate Winslet wins best supporting actor at Baftas

Kate Winslet won for her performance in the Steve Jobs biopic Credit: PA

Kate Winslet was named best supporting actress at the Baftas for her performance in Steve Jobs.

Winslet said she was "overwhelmed" after she received the gong from fellow nominee Eddie Redmayne.

She paid tribute to the other actresses in the category, saying: "It's been an extraordinary year for women."

She also had a special message for her husband Ned Rocknroll, saying: "Hi babe, happy Valentine's day."

She had been up against Alicia Vikander, Rooney Mara, Julie Walters, and Jennifer Jason Leigh.


Baftas: Mark Rylance wins best supporting actor

Mark Rylance won the coveted best supporting actor award Credit: PA

Mark Rylance was named best supporting actor at the Baftas for his role in Bridge of Spies.

Steven Spielberg collected the award of behalf on Rylance, who was unable to attend the Baftas due to his commitments on Broadway.

Rebel Wilson also used her moment presenting the award to make a dig at over the Oscars diversity row.

She said: " Idris Elba you're making me nervous... I'm sociologically programmed to want chocolate on Valentine's Day. "

John Boyega wins rising star award at Baftas

Boyega was tipped to pick up the award Credit: PA

Star Wars actor John Boyegahas picked up the EE Rising Star award at the Baftas.

He plays the lead role of Finn in the new Star Wars Episode VII - The Force Awakens.

Boyega was highly tipped for the rising star gong, which is the only Bafta voted for by the public.

The latest in the Star Wars series also won the Bafta for Special Visual Effects.

'Words cannot express the sadness we feel', says family of Viola Beach member

The family of Viola Beach band member Kristian Leonard have said that "words cannot express the sadness we feel" after he was killed in a car crash in Sweden.

Kristian died alongside his fellow bandmates and his band manager after the car they were in plummeted off a bridge and into a canal on the outskirts of Stockholm.


Amy Winehouse documentary 'Amy' wins Bafta

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The Amy Winehouse film 'Amy' has won the Bafta for best documentary.

British filmmaker Asif Kapadia paid tribute to the tragic star while accepting the award, saying "in the end it was all about Amy".

We really fell in love with her when making the film. And our aim and mission was really to try and tell the truth about her.

To show the world what an amazing person she was, how intelligent, how witty, how beautiful she was, before it all kind of got out of control and went a bit crazy.

– Asif Kapadia

Swedish police unsure why British band's car crashed

Swedish police have said they are still trying to establish why the car that British band Viola Beach were travelling in plummeted off a bridge, killing all five passengers.

The band who had just completed their first overseas gig in Sweden died alongside their manager on Saturday when their car plunged more than 80ft off a road bridge that had reportedly lifted to let a boat pass underneath.

ITV News Correspondent Helen Callaghan reports:

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