2016 Baftas: Full list of winners at the 69th British Academy Film Awards

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American epic The Revenant stole the show at the Baftas with five awards but there was plenty of success for British film-makers too.

Here are the winners of the 69th British Academy Film Awards in full:

  • Leading actor: Leonardo DiCaprio - The Revenant

  • Leading actress: Brie Larson - Room

  • Supporting actress: Kate Winslet - Steve Jobs

  • Supporting actor: Mark Rylance - Bridge Of Spies

  • Best film: The Revenant

Kate Winslet collected the best supporting actress award for her role in Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs. Credit: EMPICS Entertainment
  • Outstanding British film: Brooklyn

  • Director: Alejandro G Inarritu - The Revenant

  • Documentary: Amy

  • Animated film: Inside Out

  • Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer: NajiI Abu Nowar (Writer/Director) Rupert Lloyd (Producer) - Theeb

The cast and film-makers behind Brooklyn celebrated their award as the outstanding British film. Credit: EMPICS Entertainment
  • Film not in the English language: Wild Tales

  • Original screenplay: Spotlight - Tom McCarthy, Josh Singer

  • Adapted screenplay: The Big Short - Adam McKay

  • Editing: Mad Max: Fury Road - Margaret Sixel

  • Production design: Mad Max: Fury Road

Colin Gibson earned a Bafta for his production design on the Tom Hardy vehicle Mad Max: Fury Road. Credit: PA Wire
  • Costume design: Mad Max: Fury Road - Jenny Beavan

  • Make up and hair: Mad Max: Fury Road - Lesley Vanderwalt, Damian Martin

  • Sound: The Revenant - Lon Bender, Chris Duesterdiek, Martin Hernandez, Frank A. Montano, Jon Taylor, Randy Thom

  • Special visual effects: Star Wars: The Force Awakens - Chris Corbould, Roger Guyett, Paul Kavanagh, Neal Scanlan

  • Cinematography: The Revenant

(From second left to right) Chris Corbould, Roger Guyett, Paul Kavanagh and Neal Scanlan earned Baftas for special visual effects. Credit: EMPICS Entertainment
  • Bafta for Original Music: The Hateful Eight - Ennio Morricone

  • British Short Film: Operator

  • EE Bafta Rising Star Award: John Boyega

  • Outstanding British contribution to Cinema: Angels costumes

  • Bafta Fellowship Award: Sir Sidney Poitier

Sir Sidney Poitier - seen as a cowboy in the 1966 film Duel at Diablo - was honoured with the academy's highest accolade, the Bafta Fellowship. Credit: PA Wire