BAFTA Awards Winners List

BAFTA Awards Winners List


The British (and friends!) braved the bitter English weather at the Royal Opera House last night for the prestigious BAFTA Awards (hosted by a cuddly Stephen Fry). Find here a full list of those who emerged victorious.

Some have commented that last night’s ceremony may be viewed as a rallying cry for patriotism with the results giving a solid nod to the best of the British and subtle ‘up yours’ to the Americans….an interesting theory considering the three big awards (Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actor) were awarded to shamelessly ‘gung ho America’ flicks….

All in all I feel it’s a pretty predictable pile of results, with each winner pretty obvious, but most arguably deserved… (sure Argo didn’t float my boat but I seem to be alone on that one)

But enough from me: check out the list for yourself.

Full List of Winners for 2013…..

Best Film: 



Ben Affleck (Argo)


Leading Actor: 

Daniel Day-Lewis (Lincoln)


Leading Actress: 

Emmanuelle Riva (Amour)


Supporting Actor: 

Christoph Waltz (Django Unchained)


Supporting Actress: 

Anne Hathaway (Les Miserables)


Original Screenplay: 

Quentin Tarantino(Django Unchained)


Adapted Screenplay: 

David O Russell (Silver Linings Playbook)


Film Not in the English Language:



Original Music: 

Skyfall (Thomas Newman)



Life Of Pi (Claudio Miranda)


Outstanding British Film:



Animated Film: 




 Argo (William Goldenberg)


Costume Design:

 Anna Karenina (Jacqueline Durran)


Make-up and Hair: 

Les Miserables (Lisa Westcott)



Les Miserables


Short Animation: 

The Making Of Longbird


Short Film: 



Bafta Fellowship: 

Sir Alan Parker


Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema: 

Tessa Ross


Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer: 

Bart Layton, Dimitri Doganis (The Imposter)



Searching For Sugar Man


Production Design: 

Les Miserables (Eve Stewart, Anna Lynch-Robinson)


Special Visual Effects: 

Life Of Pi


THE EE Rising Star Award (voted for by the public): 

Juno Temple


Sian's love for movies spawned from having a tight mother whose generosity stretched only to hiring movies once a week for entertainment. As a pre-teen Sian spent more pocket money then she earned on cinema tickets and thus sought a job at the cinema. Over the next decade she rose to be one of the greats in her backwater, six-screen cinema complex, zooming through the ranks from candy bar wench with upselling superpowers, to pasty projectionist, to a manager rocking a pencil skirt. Sian went on to study Journalism at university though feels her popcorn shovelling days were far more educational