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Baftas 2015: Boyhood wins coveted Best Film honour

Boyhood, which starred Ethan Hawke, Patricia Arquette and Ellar Coltrane has won the Bafta best film award and best director for Richard Linklater.

Eddie Redmayne was given the leading actor honour for his role in The Theory of Everything which was also named outstanding British film.

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Prince pays tribute to late Lord Attenborough at Baftas

Prince William led tributes to former Bafta president and filmmaker Lord Attenborough. Credit: Jonathan Brady/PA Wire

Former Bafta president and filmmaker Lord Attenborough, who died last year, was remembered with tributes from the Duke of Cambridge and actor Robert Downey Jr at the ceremony tonight.

The Duke described him as "inclusive" and "a leader with a vision" and praised his "passion for nurturing, supporting and developing talent".

He said: "I hope that everyone who watches his films and learns about him as a person will be encouraged to follow his example."

Downey Jr, who played the title role in Attenborough's film Chaplin, said: "I'm sad. I miss you Dickie."

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