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Eve Stewart and Anna Lynch-Robinson have won the Bafta award for Production Design for their work on Les Miserables.
Searching For Sugar Man has won the Bafta award for Best Documentary.
Actress Juno Temple has won the EE Rising Star Award - the only award that is voted for by the public.
Amour wins the Bafta award for Film Not in the English Language.
The Bafta award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema goes to producer Tessa Ross.
Film and Olympic Opening Ceremony director Danny Boyle is presenting an award at the Baftas.
The Bafta award for Adapted Screenplay goes to David O'Russell for his work on Silver Linings Playbook.
Anne Hathaway has won the Bafta award for Supporting Actress for her role in Les Miserables.
Life Of Pi has won the Bafta award for Special Visual Effects.
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.
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Stars braving the rain-soaked red carpet at the Bafta awards chose to play it safe, with many dressing in black.
Argo was the big winner at the Bafta awards, scooping Best Film, Best Director for Ben Affleck and Best Editing.