Winners // 67th BAFTA AWARDS

Updated: Apr 3, 2018



The last major pre-cursor to the upcoming Academy Awards is the British version of the Oscar, the British Academy Film Awards, or BAFTA for short.


Gravity was a beast, winning 6 awards, the most of any other film. But, what looked like a shut out for 12 Years a Slave, proved to be a waiting game as the Steve McQueen film about slavery took home the top prize.


Despite 12 Years Best Film win, it's still anybody's game at this point when it comes to Oscar Sunday. Chiwetel Ejiofer won Best Actor in a category that left out current frontrunner Matthew McConaughey. Jennifer Lawrence has all-but secured her second Oscar, after beating out favorite Luptia Nyong'o for Best Supporting Actress. Cate Blanchett as Best Actress and Alfonso Cuaron as Best Director seem to be the only true safe guesses at this point after the pair added another trophy to their wins this year.


Here's a look at all of tonight's winners:


Best Film

12 Years a Slave


Best Director

Alfonso Cuaron, Gravity


Best Actor

Chiwetel Ejiofer, 12 Years a Slave


Best Actress

Cate Blanchett, Blue Jasmine


Best Supporting Actor

Barkhad Abdi, Captain Phillips


Best Supporting Actress

Jennifer Lawrence, American Hustle


Best Original Screenplay

American Hustle


Best Adapted Screenplay

Philomena


Best Foreign Language Film

The Great Beauty (Italy)


Best Documentary

The Act of Killing


Best Animated Film

Frozen


Best Original Music

Gravity


Best Special Visual Effects

Gravity


Best Cinematography

Gravity


Best Costume Design

The Great Gatsby


Best Make-Up and Hair

American Hustle


Best Editing

Rush


Best Sound

Gravity


Best Production Design

The Great Gatsby


Outstanding British Film

Gravity 

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