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Julianne Moore scooped the award for the film Still Alice, beating Felicity Jones - nominated for her role in The Theory of Everything.
Here is a full list of winners at the 2015 Bafta Film Awards:
- Best Film - Boyhood
- Director - Richard Linklater for Boyhood
- Leading Actor - Eddie Redmayne for The Theory Of Everything
- Leading Actress - Julianne Moore for Still Alice
- Outstanding British Film - The Theory Of Everything
- EE Rising Star - Jack O'Connell
- Original Music - The Grand Budapest Hotel
- Documentary - CitizenFour
- Make-up and hair - The Grand Budapest Hotel
- Production design - The Grand Budapest Hotel
- British Short Film - 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 for Whiplash
- Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema - BBC Films
- Supporting Actress - Patricia Arquette for Boyhood
- Cinematography - Birdman
- Outstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director Or Producer - Stephen Beresford and David Livingstone for Pride
- Original Screenplay - The Grand Budapest Hotel
- Film Not In The English Language - Ida
- Adapted Screenplay - The Theory Of Everything
- Costume Design - The Grand Budapest Hotel
- Fellowship - Mike Leigh
Felicity Jones from Birmingham is snapped at the BAFTAs alongside presenter David Beckham with the Outstanding British Film Award for The Theory of Everything.
The Theory of Everything, about the life of Professor Stephen Hawking, has won the award for Outstanding British Film.
The award was presented by former England football star David Beckham with Professor Hawking and Eddie Redmayne both in the audience at London's Royal Opera House.
The film, starring Redmayne as the pioneering scientist, is widely expected do well at the Oscars later this month.
Felicity Jones, who grew up in Birmingham, is up for a BAFTA for Best Leading Actress for her role as the wife of Stephen Hawking in the Theory of Everything.
She is the second Midlands star to be nominated alongside Derby's Jack O'Connell who is up for the Rising Star award for his role in Unbroken.
Peter Bearne reports.
It could be a night to remember for Derby actor Jack O'Connell at the BAFTA film awards in London.
He is nominated for the 'Rising Star' Award for his performance in the movie Unbroken, directed by Angelina Jolie.
Peter Bearne reports.
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