Emmanuelle Riva has won the Bafta award for Leading Actress for her role in Amour.
Ben Affleck has won the Bafta award for Best Director for his film Argo.
Eve Stewart and Anna Lynch-Robinson have won the Bafta award for Production Design for their work on Les Miserables.
Actress Juno Temple has won the EE Rising Star Award - the only award that is voted for by the public.
The Bafta award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema goes to producer Tessa Ross.
Quentin Tarantino thanked his actors for doing a "bang-up job with my dialogue" in his acceptance speech.
His screenplay for Django Unchained has attracted criticism for its liberal use of racial insults and Tarantino thanked his backers for standing by what he described as "a hot potato" film.
Daniel Day-Lewis continued his domination of the awards season when he triumphed at the Screen Actors Guild Awards in Los Angeles yesterday.
The London born star, has won a Golden Globe and is favourite to win again at this year's Oscars for his performance of the American President in "Lincoln".
Accepting his award, he said: "It occurred to me, it was an actor that murdered Abraham Lincoln.
"And therefore, somehow, it is only so fitting that every now and then an actor tries to bring him back to life again."
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Dame Helen Mirren said she was "delighted" to have been nominated for Best Actress for her performance as Alma Reville in Hitchcock.
This was a wonderful role, Alma Reville was more than Hitchcock's wife, in many ways she was his muse, his assistant, his editor and more, and I am proud to have had the opportunity to portray her.
There were many people involved in the making of the film, all of whom played a part in this nomination.
I would particularly like to thank my co-star Anthony Hopkins and our director Sacha Gervasi who helped me to shape Alma on to the screen.