BAFTAs 2014: the winners revealed

The anticipation is over and this year's BAFTA winners have been announced.

Scroll down to see who's won what.

London-born Chiwetel Ejiofor won the much-deserved Best Actor award for his performance in 12 Years A Slave – the pre-Civil War drama that also won Best Film.

Cate Blanchett, meanwhile, graciously accepted her Best Actress gong for her role in Blue Jasmine.

 

Chiwetel Ejiofor and Cate Blanchett

 

The star-studded affair was given the royal seal of approval by Prince William, who as president of the film academy, presented Dame Helen Mirren, 68, with a Fellowship Award – the highest accolade of the academy.

Special mention was also made to Peter Greenaway with the Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema award, for his work in the cinematic world for three decades.

 

Dame Helen Mirren and Prince William

 

And the BAFTA goes to...

Best Outstanding British Film – Gravity

Best Film – 12 Years a Slave

Best Leading Actor – Chiwetel Ejiofor

Best Leading Actress – Cate Blanchett

Best Supporting Actor – Barkhad Abdi

Best Supporting Actress – Jennifer Lawrence

Best British Short Film - Room 8

Best Director – Alfonso Cuarón for Gravity

Best Original Screenplay – American Hustle

Best Adapted Screenplay – Philomena

Best Original Music – Gravity

Best Sound – Gravity

Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer – Kieran Evans for Kelly + Victor

Best Film not in the English Language – The Great Beauty

Best Documentary – The Act of Killing

Best Animated Film – Frozen

Best Cinematography – Gravity

Best Editing – Rush

Best Production Design – Catherine Martin, Beverley Dunn for The Great Gatsby

Best Costume Design – Catherine Martin for The Great Gatsby

Best Make Up and Hair – Evelyne Noraz, Lori McCoy-Bell for American Hustle

Best Special Visual Effects – Gravity

Best British Short Animation – Sleeping With the Fishes

The EE Rising Star Award – Will Poulter

Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema – Peter Greenaway

The Fellowship Award – Dame Helen Mirren

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