Introducing the 2019 BAFTA Winners

2018 was a monumental year in film and television, and the best and brightest of the year’s releases were celebrated in the latest edition of the British Academy of Film and Television Awards (BAFTA).

This year marked the 72nd event for the organisation, and some of Hollywood’s greatest stars gathered to be honoured in front of their fans and peers. With such an impressive list of nominees, this year was guaranteed to be utterly spectacular, and the results were not disappointing.

In terms of big winners, Roma received the award for Best Film, with writer and director Alfonso Cuarón taking home the title of Best Director. Roma beat out some big competition for the enduring award including A Star is Born, BlacKkKlansman and Green Book. The Favourite also walked away with an impressive array of prizes including Best Costume Design, Best Production Design and the elite Outstanding British Film Award. The Favourite received by far the most awards for the season.

Many of the night’s winners and nominees have been shortlisted for Oscars. So, with that event only weeks away, there are plenty more opportunities for creatives to win big.

Bellow is the final list of winners for the 2019 BAFTAs so you can enjoy a weekend of quality binge-watching:

Outstanding British Film – The Favourite
Best Film – Roma
Best Animated Film – Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse
Best Documentary – Free Solo
Best Film not in the English language – Roma
Best British Short Animation – Roughhouse
Best British Short Film – 73 Crows
Best Sound – Bohemian Rhapsody
Best Original Music – A Star is Born
Best Editing – Vice
Best Production Design – The Favourite
Best Costume Design – The Favourite
Best Makeup and Hair – The Favourite
Best Visual Effects – Black Panther
Best Cinematography – Roma
Best Adapted Screenplay – BlacKkKlansman
Best Original Screenplay – The Favourite
Best Director – Alfonso Cuarón, Roma
Best Actor – Rami Malek, Bohemian Rhapsody
Best Actress – Olivia Colman, The Favourite
Best Supporting Actress – Rachel Weisz, The Favourite
Best Supporting Actor – Mahershala Ali, Green Book
Outstanding Debut but a British Writer, Director or Producer – Beast, Michael Pearce and Lauran Dark
EE Rising Star Award – Letitia Wright, Black Panther
Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema – Number 9 Films
BAFTA Fellowship – Thelma Schoonmaker