Here’s who won big at the BAFTAs 2017

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  • Is La La Lands winning streak over?

    The EE British Academy Film Awards took place at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Sunday 12th February 2017. Following the 2017 Golden Globes and the Screen Actors Guild Awards, the BAFTAs 2017 are a strong indicator for Oscar wins later this month.

    Sophie Turner and Dominic Cooper announced the BAFTAs 2017 nominees last month, with La La Land unsurprisingly coming out on top with a whopping 11 nods, just in front of Nocturnal Animals and Arrival who each received 9 nominations.

    But who won big at this year’s awards? And what trends were set on the red carpet? Read on to find out.

    BAFTAs 2017 Winners

    Best Film: La La Land

    Best Leading Actress: Emma Stone

    Best Supporting Actress: Viola Davis

    Best Director: Damien Chazelle

    Best Original Music: La La Land

    Best Documentary: 13th

    Best Original Screenplay: Kenneth Lonergan for Manchester By The Sea

    Best Supporting Actor: Dev Patel

    Best Leading Actor: Casey Affleck

    Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema:  Curzon

    Best Debut: Under the Shadow

    Best Special Visual Effects: The Jungle Book

    Best Animated Film: Kubo and the Two Strings

    Best Adapted Screenplay: Luke Davies for Lion

    EE Rising Star: Tom Holland

    Best Outstanding British Film: I, Daniel Blake 

    BAFTAs 2017 Best Moments

    From Kate Middleton showing up on the red carpet to Stephen Fry throwing some serious shade at Donald Trump a lot happened at this year’s BAFTA awards. La La Land cleaned up five awards on the night, but given that the film was up for 11 we can’t help but wonder if La La Lands winning streak is over? And why wasn’t Ryan Gosling at this year’s BAFTAs? 

    BAFTAs 2017 Red Carpet 

    BAFTAs 2017 red carpet

    The stars certainly arrived in style at this year’s BAFTAs 2017 red carpet and the 2017 trends were clear from the start. From sequins and metallics to oriental gowns and white tuxedo coats, many of Hollywood’s finest opted for similar looks on the night. Emma Stone even used the occasion to set a new trend, and we loved it.

    BAFTAS 2017 Nominations 

    Best Film

    Arrival

    I, Daniel Blake

    La La Land

    Manchester by the Sea

    Moonlight

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    Outstanding British Film

    American Honey

    Denial

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    I, Daniel Blake

    Notes on Blindness

    Under the Shadow

    Director

    Denis Villeneuve – Arrival

    Ken Loach – I, Daniel Blake

    Damien Chazelle – La La Land

    Kenneth Lonergan – Manchester by the Sea

    Tom Ford – Nocturnal Animals

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    Leading Actress

    Amy Adams – Arrival

    Emily Blunt – The Girl on the Train

    Emma Stone – La La Land

    Meryl Streep – Florence Foster Jenkins

    Natalie Portman – Jackie

    Leading Actor

    Andrew Garfield – Hacksaw Ridge

    Casey Affleck – Manchester by the Sea

    Jake Gyllenhaal – Nocturnal Animals

    Ryan Gosling – La La Land

    Viggo Mortensen – Captain Fantastic

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    Supporting Actor

    Aaron Taylor-Johnson – Nocturnal Animals

    Dev Patel – Lion

    Jeff Bridges – Hell or High Water

    Hugh Grant – Florence Foster Jenkins

    Mahershala Ali – Moonlight

    Supporting Actress

    Hayley Squires – I, Daniel Blake

    Michelle Williams – Manchester by the Sea

    Naomie Harris – Moonlight

    Nicole Kidman – Lion

    Viola Davis – Fences

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    Adapted Screenplay 

    Arrival

    Hacksaw Ridge

    Hidden Figures

    Lion

    Nocturnal Animals

    Original Screenplay 

    Hell or High Water

    I, Daniel Blake

    La La Land

    Manchester by the Sea

    Moonlight

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    Outstanding Debut 

    Mike Carey (Writer), Camille Gatin (Producer) – The Girl With All The Gifts

    George Amponsah (Writer/Director/Producer), Dionne Walker (Writer/Producer) – The Hard Stop

    Pete Middleton (Writer/Director/Producer), James Spinney (Writer/Director/Producer), Jo-Jo Ellison (Producer) – Notes on Blindness

    John Donnelly (Writer), Ben Williams (Director) – The Pass

    Babak Anvari (Writer/Director), Emily Leo, Oliver Roskill, Lucan Toh (Producers) – Under the Shadow

    Film not in the English language

    Dheepan

    Julieta

    Mustang

    Son of Saul

    Toni Erdmann

    Documentary 

    13th

    The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years

    The Eagle Huntress

    Notes on Blindness

    Weiner

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    Animated Film

    Finding Dory

    Kubo and the Two Strings

    Moana

    Zootropolis

    Cinematography 

    Arrival

    Hell or High Water

    La La Land

    Lion

    Nocturnal Animals

    Editing 

    Arrival

    Hacksaw Ridge

    La La Land

    Nocturnal Animals

    Manchester by the Sea

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    Make-Up and Hair 

    Florence Foster Jenkins

    Doctor Strange

    Hacksaw Ridge

    Nocturnal Animals

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

    Costume Designer 

    Allied

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    Florence Foster Jenkins

    Jackie

    La La Land

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    Production Design

    Doctor Strange

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    Hail Caesar!

    La La Land

    Nocturnal Animals

    Special Visual Effects

    Arrival

    Doctor Strange

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    The Jungle Book

    Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

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    Original Music 

    Arrival

    Jackie

    La La Land

    Lion

    Nocturnal Animals

    Sound

    Arrival

    Deepwater Horizon

    Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    Hacksaw Ridge

    La La Land

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    British Short Film

    Consumed

    Home

    Mouth of Hell

    The Party

    Standby

    British Short Animation

    The Alan Dimension

    A Love Story

    Tough

    EE Rising Star

    Anya Taylor-Joy

    Laia Costa

    Lucas Hedges

    Tom Holland

    Ruth Negga

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    What’s on the menu at this year’s BAFTAs?

    This year’s menu has officially been unveiled and has us green with envy that we’re not goings. 2,000 lucky guests will dine on the below feast at Grosvenor House after the BAFTAs ceremony. If you haven’t eaten yet, we recommend looking away now…

    To start with, guests can either enjoy a Cornish crab salad, served with celery, apple jelly and a burnt celeriac mayonnaise, or a mixed grain salad with pickled vegetables, pea shoots and beetroot relish.

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    For mains, guests will have a choice of Venison Wellington with a juniper berry jus, potato gratin, glazed red cabbage, swede and broccoli, or a vegetarian option of puff pastry parcel with spinach, wild mushrooms, goat’s cheese, winter vegetables, red cabbage and a watercress sauce. Um, are they allowed both?

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    A delicious dessert of Buffalo supermilk chocolate with blueberry and raspberry white crémeux and pumpkin seed granola follows.

    BAFTAs 2017

    Of course, no star-studded event is complete without trays and trays of delicious canapés. Send us the leftovers, guys?

    BAFTAs 2017

    Naturally there will be a big after party, held this year in The Grey Goose Fifth Floor Bar at Harvey Nichols, Knightsbridge. Some of the country’s leading bartenders have collaborated with Grey Goose to put together the cocktail recipes for the night, each of which will be available to try at each bartender’s respective venues throughout February. The list of cocktail connoisseurs is as follows:
    Xavier Landais – Sexy Fish
    Tom Kerr – Café Monico, Soho House & Co
    Erik Lorincz – American Bar, Savoy Hotel
    Andy Shannon – London Edition Hotel
    Tony Pescatori – Nightjar

    When is the BAFTAs 2017?

    The BAFTAs is being held on Sunday 12th February. The ceremony will be broadcast on BBC One, with red carpet arrivals due to begin at 4.15pm. You can either watch on BBC or Facebook will be live streaming the red carpet between 4.30 and 6.30pm.

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