2014 BAFTA Awards Winners

Gravity takes home six trophies, and American Hustle nabs three.

The British Academy Film Awards took place on Sunday, Feb. 16, and Alfonso Cuarón's sci-fi thriller led the way with six wins, including Best Director, Outstanding British Film, Best Cinematography, and Best Special Effects, among others. Steve McQueen's 12 Years a Slave took home the prize for Best Film, and its star Chiwetel Ejiofor nabbed Best Actor honors. Read on for the full list.

Comments

WS S.

WS Shannon

I'm disappointed that Michael Fassbender didn't win (but of course they don't want to award the portrayal of a real life monster), but Barkhad deserved it also.

Feb 16 - 03:47 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

It's like Ralph Finnes losing a lot of Awards for his role in Schindler's list! Fictional monster's they can handle but a real life monster is just to much. Unless your an actress thats gained a lot of weight I suppose.

Feb 16 - 06:43 PM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

Fiennes in Schindler's List losing out to Tommy Lee Jones in the Fugitive is what made me lose faith in the Oscars. I mean, really? A few years later, they chose Shakespeare in Love for best picture over Saving Private Ryan. Please.

Feb 17 - 10:54 AM

Stef

Stefan N

Actually, I completely agreed with Tommy Lee Jones' win. Although I would personally consider it a tie, Jones made a boring role interesting and created a character (the way he said his lines and moved around). Whereas, Fiennes took a very interesting character and played him perfectly (slightly over-the-top though).

Feb 17 - 01:00 PM

WS S.

WS Shannon

@ Stefan

How would you know Feinnes was slightly over the top if you never met the real Amon Goeth? I remember when audiences were criticizing the performance of Joseph McCarthy as overacting (in the film Good Night, and Good Luck), only to be informed they used real footage of Joseph in every scene involving him. P?aszów survivor Mila Pfefferberg, who knew the real Amon Goeth in person, apparently shook uncontrollably because Fiennes portrayal of him brought back memories.

Feb 17 - 06:06 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

All I'm saying is that if Anton Chigurh was a real person no way Javier Bardem takes the oscar. It's like going full retard which I believe Tommy Lee also beat with the Fugitive. Seriously, Leo as Artie loses too the Tommy Lee Jones Type Cast role? Booooo.

Feb 18 - 07:19 AM

Stef

Stefan N

@WS Shannon

Your argument would mean that there is no such thing as over the top acting since we haven't met most fictional characters.

Feb 18 - 09:26 AM

Stef

Stefan N

@ Bradly Martin
Over-the-top just means not fitting the film's atmosphere and using gimmick acting.

Feb 18 - 09:27 AM

WS S.

WS Shannon

@ Stefan

I'm telling you to reserve judgement over something you don't know (and will never know), because you sound clueless and hypocritical.

Feb 18 - 05:16 PM

Private User

Private User

@ Stefan

Wow, intelligent comments on a commonplace. You gave me a little hope for the internet! It can be saved!! (no but seriously... the actor's merit and the character one are two completely different things. At least you are aware of that).

Feb 19 - 04:36 AM

Shah Nur

Shah Nur

Barkhad is the Don!! Well deserved - when I was watching Captain Philips - I was shocked how Barkhad played his role to the very point I did not believe he was acting at all.. he was the real deal!!

Feb 19 - 09:03 AM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

It's like Ralph Finnes losing a lot of Awards for his role in Schindler's list! Fictional monster's they can handle but a real life monster is just to much. Unless your an actress thats gained a lot of weight I suppose.

Feb 16 - 06:43 PM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

Fiennes in Schindler's List losing out to Tommy Lee Jones in the Fugitive is what made me lose faith in the Oscars. I mean, really? A few years later, they chose Shakespeare in Love for best picture over Saving Private Ryan. Please.

Feb 17 - 10:54 AM

Stef

Stefan N

Actually, I completely agreed with Tommy Lee Jones' win. Although I would personally consider it a tie, Jones made a boring role interesting and created a character (the way he said his lines and moved around). Whereas, Fiennes took a very interesting character and played him perfectly (slightly over-the-top though).

Feb 17 - 01:00 PM

WS S.

WS Shannon

@ Stefan

How would you know Feinnes was slightly over the top if you never met the real Amon Goeth? I remember when audiences were criticizing the performance of Joseph McCarthy as overacting (in the film Good Night, and Good Luck), only to be informed they used real footage of Joseph in every scene involving him. P?aszów survivor Mila Pfefferberg, who knew the real Amon Goeth in person, apparently shook uncontrollably because Fiennes portrayal of him brought back memories.

Feb 17 - 06:06 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

All I'm saying is that if Anton Chigurh was a real person no way Javier Bardem takes the oscar. It's like going full retard which I believe Tommy Lee also beat with the Fugitive. Seriously, Leo as Artie loses too the Tommy Lee Jones Type Cast role? Booooo.

Feb 18 - 07:19 AM

Stef

Stefan N

@WS Shannon

Your argument would mean that there is no such thing as over the top acting since we haven't met most fictional characters.

Feb 18 - 09:26 AM

Stef

Stefan N

@ Bradly Martin
Over-the-top just means not fitting the film's atmosphere and using gimmick acting.

Feb 18 - 09:27 AM

WS S.

WS Shannon

@ Stefan

I'm telling you to reserve judgement over something you don't know (and will never know), because you sound clueless and hypocritical.

Feb 18 - 05:16 PM

Private User

Private User

@ Stefan

Wow, intelligent comments on a commonplace. You gave me a little hope for the internet! It can be saved!! (no but seriously... the actor's merit and the character one are two completely different things. At least you are aware of that).

Feb 19 - 04:36 AM

Branden M.

Branden Mata

Come on 12 Years you can do, beat Gravity!!!

Feb 16 - 07:31 PM

Vits

Vicente Torres

GRAVITY didn't win Best Film but it won Best British Film. That means it's still going head-to-head with 12 YEARS for the Oscars.

The winners for Lead & Supp. Actor and for Original & Adapted Screenplay aren't the usual ones. Could that be Oscar foreshadowing?

Feb 16 - 07:49 PM

Casual Friday

Casual Friday

I'm not sure if Her was screened in time, or just barely screened in Britain. I could be wrong, though.

Feb 16 - 07:57 PM

Stef

Stefan N

Yes you're right Her wasn't screened on time.

Feb 16 - 09:00 PM

CACB

Andrew Diakter

Neither Her or Dallas Buyers Club were eligible for BAFTAs as weren't screened on time in England.

Feb 18 - 04:52 PM

Casual Friday

Casual Friday

I'm not sure if Her was screened in time, or just barely screened in Britain. I could be wrong, though.

Feb 16 - 07:57 PM

Stef

Stefan N

Yes you're right Her wasn't screened on time.

Feb 16 - 09:00 PM

Jonathan Lucas

Jonathan Lucas

Oh my god! Nothing is what it seems!

Feb 16 - 08:18 PM

David Naber

David Naber

Dallas Buyers Club was snubbed pretty hardcore.

Feb 16 - 08:42 PM

Stef

Stefan N

It was released too late actually, but otherwise McConaughey's performance is genius

Feb 16 - 09:00 PM

Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum

Leto and McConaughey would have both won.

Feb 17 - 02:43 PM

Stef

Stefan N

WOW! Was this a pleasant awards show? American Hustle wins Supporting Actress and Screenplay! Philomena wins Screenplay! Great Gatsby wins 2! Only downside is the Barkhad Abdi's mediocre performance garnered him a BAFTA compared to Fassbender, Damon, and Cooper. Also, Leonardo DiCaprio deserved the Best Actor win. Gravity and 12 Years are good films, but not the best films - what can you do?

Feb 16 - 08:58 PM

Martha Fast

Martha Fast

I have no idea what you're talking about. 12 Years was AMAZING! One of the most delicate films I've ever seen.

Feb 16 - 10:47 PM

Stef

Stefan N

12 Years a Slave showed slavery in a unoriginal view other than the fact that it was a free African-American during slavery who got kidnapped. I've already seen slavery portrayed much better in Roots, and 12 Years a Slave just uses a gimmick of brutalizing it to realism. I was still one of the better films of the year, but compared to American Hustle, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Philomena, it was just Oscar formula.

Feb 17 - 09:13 AM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

Absolutely agree. 12 Years was made for the Oscar's politically-correct crowd. It was a great film, but tapping into slavery again... it's just been done before. The storyline wasn't special. The acting WAS special, and it deserved all the awards it has won on that front, but it's not best picture. I actually would have chosenAmerican Hustle or Captain Phillips. I haven't seen Wolf of Wall Street yet, though.

Feb 17 - 10:50 AM

Ciaran C.

Ciaran Campbell

American Hustle and Philomena were both good films but were both Oscar bait

Feb 17 - 05:13 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

I think the "but it's been done so many time before!" is kind of a week argument. by that Logic Leto and Mchonahay have no business winning. Oh another LGBT character, just hand him the oscar all ready. Oh look another Aids victim, here comes the oscar.. Puh-leeese.

Note the Sarcasm, I haven't seen Dallas Buyers club but if he gives half the performance he did in MUD then I know he knocked it out of the park. Just saying. I would see it, but I read the truth it was based on and it sounds like a lot of liberties were taken to make it much more "movie friendly", like Shakespere in Love or A Beautiful Mind.

Feb 17 - 09:15 PM

Nikhil S.

Nikhil Sanghotra

I don't know why you are expecting wolf of wall street to win a award. It was the most over rated movie of the year but yeah leo's acting was great but still it doesn't deserve best picture, it reached to the nominations that was more than enough.

Feb 18 - 05:53 AM

Stef

Stefan N

It's not because it was done before, but because it adds nothing new to the horrific events of slavery

Feb 18 - 09:29 AM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

You mean like Django Unchained did? Bah Zing! Best Screenplay 2012

Feb 18 - 10:15 PM

Stef

Stefan N

It was released too late actually, but otherwise McConaughey's performance is genius

Feb 16 - 09:00 PM

Channing Tatum

Channing Tatum

Leto and McConaughey would have both won.

Feb 17 - 02:43 PM

Stef

Stefan N

Yes you're right Her wasn't screened on time.

Feb 16 - 09:00 PM

Martha Fast

Martha Fast

I have no idea what you're talking about. 12 Years was AMAZING! One of the most delicate films I've ever seen.

Feb 16 - 10:47 PM

Stef

Stefan N

12 Years a Slave showed slavery in a unoriginal view other than the fact that it was a free African-American during slavery who got kidnapped. I've already seen slavery portrayed much better in Roots, and 12 Years a Slave just uses a gimmick of brutalizing it to realism. I was still one of the better films of the year, but compared to American Hustle, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Philomena, it was just Oscar formula.

Feb 17 - 09:13 AM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

Absolutely agree. 12 Years was made for the Oscar's politically-correct crowd. It was a great film, but tapping into slavery again... it's just been done before. The storyline wasn't special. The acting WAS special, and it deserved all the awards it has won on that front, but it's not best picture. I actually would have chosenAmerican Hustle or Captain Phillips. I haven't seen Wolf of Wall Street yet, though.

Feb 17 - 10:50 AM

Ciaran C.

Ciaran Campbell

American Hustle and Philomena were both good films but were both Oscar bait

Feb 17 - 05:13 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

I think the "but it's been done so many time before!" is kind of a week argument. by that Logic Leto and Mchonahay have no business winning. Oh another LGBT character, just hand him the oscar all ready. Oh look another Aids victim, here comes the oscar.. Puh-leeese.

Note the Sarcasm, I haven't seen Dallas Buyers club but if he gives half the performance he did in MUD then I know he knocked it out of the park. Just saying. I would see it, but I read the truth it was based on and it sounds like a lot of liberties were taken to make it much more "movie friendly", like Shakespere in Love or A Beautiful Mind.

Feb 17 - 09:15 PM

Nikhil S.

Nikhil Sanghotra

I don't know why you are expecting wolf of wall street to win a award. It was the most over rated movie of the year but yeah leo's acting was great but still it doesn't deserve best picture, it reached to the nominations that was more than enough.

Feb 18 - 05:53 AM

Stef

Stefan N

It's not because it was done before, but because it adds nothing new to the horrific events of slavery

Feb 18 - 09:29 AM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

You mean like Django Unchained did? Bah Zing! Best Screenplay 2012

Feb 18 - 10:15 PM

Sebastian O.

Sebastian Ochoa

I though Gravity and American Hustle deserved the win more, but at least Gravity won Best British Film and Best Director. Unfortunately Dallas Buyers Club wasn't screened in time for the BAFTAs, otherwise Jared Leto would have been the winner, especially over Abdi. I also thought Bale or DiCaprio should've won, but Ejiofor was pretty outstanding, so I'll let that one slide.

Feb 17 - 02:04 AM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

I'm getting tired of 12 Years a Slave getting all the wins. 12 Years deserves every ounce of praise it gets on the acting front. Everyone in that movie does a great job. But it's hardly the best film.

Feb 17 - 10:53 AM

OLUCKYMAN19731

Mick Travis

12 Years a Slave has won 197 awards, more than twice as much as its nearest competitor, GRAVITY. Deserves it all!

Feb 19 - 06:21 AM

Sebastian O.

Sebastian Ochoa

12 Years a Slave is a generic good movie. It has all the attributes and characteristics for an Academy Award Best Picture win, based on past winners, but doesn't push beyond those boundaries. Gravity, on the other hand, is an innovative, imaginative motion picture, that while it misses a few fundamentals for a Best Picture win, it makes up for them with its effects, cinematography, and overall innovation. American Beauty missed a few fundamentals as well, but it made up for them with a clever script and good acting.

Feb 22 - 05:44 PM

Connor Vallecillo

Connor Vallecillo

Ok, I'm getting tired of Gravity winning all these awards. Visually stunning yes, but the script was just meh and it's not very well acted. I still think Lupita Nyong'o is gonna win the Oscar because Jennifer Lawrence didn't win the BAFTA last year for SLP. 12 Years a Slave for the win!!

Feb 17 - 08:32 AM

Lucas Cabral

Lucas Cabral

It didn't win anything for it's script. So basically, only it's Best British film win, is undeserved according to your opinion. I kind of agree with you, looking back this film won't be so good outside the movie theater. Still it was beautiful and it pushed a lot of technical boundaries. So i think the wins in Sound, Original Film Music, Cinematography and Visual FX are deserved.

Feb 17 - 10:47 AM

Connor Vallecillo

Connor Vallecillo

Sound, Visual Effects, and Music, yes I agree with but not cinematography. When I think of cinematography, I like it when they shoot on location and with the proper lighting and camera angles they create the perfect mood. Movies like Avatar, Hugo (Lubeski should've won for Tree of Life), Life of Pi, and now Gravity winning cinematography bothers me because I know that they are fake. They for sure deserve visual effects but not cinematography. Some of my favorite cinematography wins are Apocalypse Now, Days of Heaven, Schindler's List, American Beauty, There Will Be Blood, Lawrence of Arabia, and many more because they were shot on location and they still create a perfect mood of the film. I was most upset that Roger Deakins did not win for Skyfall last year. In fact I'm still mad he hasn't won an Oscar already. If I was an Oscar voter I would vote for Prisoners in a heartbeat over Gravity. That's only my opinion

Feb 17 - 01:38 PM

Stef

Stefan N

Connor, you summed up my opinions perfectly! Except I wouldn`t vote for Prisoners this year (Skyfall had the best cinematography though), but rather Inside Llewyn Davis. And yes, Days of Heaven has the best cinematography I have ever seen on film.

Feb 17 - 02:34 PM

All-Knowing Panda

The Panda

Except that Gravity was cinematographically groundbreaking, many of the shots in the movie were not pure CGI and were considered impossible to shoot (Even by James Cameron) until Cuaron did it. He deserves Cinematography hands down, anyone denying it knows nothing about cinematography.

Feb 19 - 08:51 PM

Sebastian O.

Sebastian Ochoa

Honestly, Gravity'll win the Oscar, but if it doesn't, the most deserving winner is Nebraska. The shots in that film were so beautiful. Nevertheless, Inside Llewyn Davis also deserves it, but not as much Gravity and Nebraska. In fact, those two films, I thought, were the best of the year (Nebraska being first, Gravity second). Close behind runs Dallas Buyers Club.

Feb 22 - 05:34 PM

Stef

Stefan N

12 Years a Slave showed slavery in a unoriginal view other than the fact that it was a free African-American during slavery who got kidnapped. I've already seen slavery portrayed much better in Roots, and 12 Years a Slave just uses a gimmick of brutalizing it to realism. I was still one of the better films of the year, but compared to American Hustle, The Wolf of Wall Street, and Philomena, it was just Oscar formula.

Feb 17 - 09:13 AM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

Absolutely agree. 12 Years was made for the Oscar's politically-correct crowd. It was a great film, but tapping into slavery again... it's just been done before. The storyline wasn't special. The acting WAS special, and it deserved all the awards it has won on that front, but it's not best picture. I actually would have chosenAmerican Hustle or Captain Phillips. I haven't seen Wolf of Wall Street yet, though.

Feb 17 - 10:50 AM

Ciaran C.

Ciaran Campbell

American Hustle and Philomena were both good films but were both Oscar bait

Feb 17 - 05:13 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

I think the "but it's been done so many time before!" is kind of a week argument. by that Logic Leto and Mchonahay have no business winning. Oh another LGBT character, just hand him the oscar all ready. Oh look another Aids victim, here comes the oscar.. Puh-leeese.

Note the Sarcasm, I haven't seen Dallas Buyers club but if he gives half the performance he did in MUD then I know he knocked it out of the park. Just saying. I would see it, but I read the truth it was based on and it sounds like a lot of liberties were taken to make it much more "movie friendly", like Shakespere in Love or A Beautiful Mind.

Feb 17 - 09:15 PM

Nikhil S.

Nikhil Sanghotra

I don't know why you are expecting wolf of wall street to win a award. It was the most over rated movie of the year but yeah leo's acting was great but still it doesn't deserve best picture, it reached to the nominations that was more than enough.

Feb 18 - 05:53 AM

Stef

Stefan N

It's not because it was done before, but because it adds nothing new to the horrific events of slavery

Feb 18 - 09:29 AM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

You mean like Django Unchained did? Bah Zing! Best Screenplay 2012

Feb 18 - 10:15 PM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

I'm happy to see that Rush got some nominations here. It's about time that Bruhl got some credit.

Feb 17 - 10:45 AM

Lucas Cabral

Lucas Cabral

It didn't win anything for it's script. So basically, only it's Best British film win, is undeserved according to your opinion. I kind of agree with you, looking back this film won't be so good outside the movie theater. Still it was beautiful and it pushed a lot of technical boundaries. So i think the wins in Sound, Original Film Music, Cinematography and Visual FX are deserved.

Feb 17 - 10:47 AM

Connor Vallecillo

Connor Vallecillo

Sound, Visual Effects, and Music, yes I agree with but not cinematography. When I think of cinematography, I like it when they shoot on location and with the proper lighting and camera angles they create the perfect mood. Movies like Avatar, Hugo (Lubeski should've won for Tree of Life), Life of Pi, and now Gravity winning cinematography bothers me because I know that they are fake. They for sure deserve visual effects but not cinematography. Some of my favorite cinematography wins are Apocalypse Now, Days of Heaven, Schindler's List, American Beauty, There Will Be Blood, Lawrence of Arabia, and many more because they were shot on location and they still create a perfect mood of the film. I was most upset that Roger Deakins did not win for Skyfall last year. In fact I'm still mad he hasn't won an Oscar already. If I was an Oscar voter I would vote for Prisoners in a heartbeat over Gravity. That's only my opinion

Feb 17 - 01:38 PM

Stef

Stefan N

Connor, you summed up my opinions perfectly! Except I wouldn`t vote for Prisoners this year (Skyfall had the best cinematography though), but rather Inside Llewyn Davis. And yes, Days of Heaven has the best cinematography I have ever seen on film.

Feb 17 - 02:34 PM

All-Knowing Panda

The Panda

Except that Gravity was cinematographically groundbreaking, many of the shots in the movie were not pure CGI and were considered impossible to shoot (Even by James Cameron) until Cuaron did it. He deserves Cinematography hands down, anyone denying it knows nothing about cinematography.

Feb 19 - 08:51 PM

Sebastian O.

Sebastian Ochoa

Honestly, Gravity'll win the Oscar, but if it doesn't, the most deserving winner is Nebraska. The shots in that film were so beautiful. Nevertheless, Inside Llewyn Davis also deserves it, but not as much Gravity and Nebraska. In fact, those two films, I thought, were the best of the year (Nebraska being first, Gravity second). Close behind runs Dallas Buyers Club.

Feb 22 - 05:34 PM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

Absolutely agree. 12 Years was made for the Oscar's politically-correct crowd. It was a great film, but tapping into slavery again... it's just been done before. The storyline wasn't special. The acting WAS special, and it deserved all the awards it has won on that front, but it's not best picture. I actually would have chosenAmerican Hustle or Captain Phillips. I haven't seen Wolf of Wall Street yet, though.

Feb 17 - 10:50 AM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

I'm getting tired of 12 Years a Slave getting all the wins. 12 Years deserves every ounce of praise it gets on the acting front. Everyone in that movie does a great job. But it's hardly the best film.

Feb 17 - 10:53 AM

OLUCKYMAN19731

Mick Travis

12 Years a Slave has won 197 awards, more than twice as much as its nearest competitor, GRAVITY. Deserves it all!

Feb 19 - 06:21 AM

Sebastian O.

Sebastian Ochoa

12 Years a Slave is a generic good movie. It has all the attributes and characteristics for an Academy Award Best Picture win, based on past winners, but doesn't push beyond those boundaries. Gravity, on the other hand, is an innovative, imaginative motion picture, that while it misses a few fundamentals for a Best Picture win, it makes up for them with its effects, cinematography, and overall innovation. American Beauty missed a few fundamentals as well, but it made up for them with a clever script and good acting.

Feb 22 - 05:44 PM

Sean P.

Sean Patrick

Fiennes in Schindler's List losing out to Tommy Lee Jones in the Fugitive is what made me lose faith in the Oscars. I mean, really? A few years later, they chose Shakespeare in Love for best picture over Saving Private Ryan. Please.

Feb 17 - 10:54 AM

Stef

Stefan N

Actually, I completely agreed with Tommy Lee Jones' win. Although I would personally consider it a tie, Jones made a boring role interesting and created a character (the way he said his lines and moved around). Whereas, Fiennes took a very interesting character and played him perfectly (slightly over-the-top though).

Feb 17 - 01:00 PM

WS S.

WS Shannon

@ Stefan

How would you know Feinnes was slightly over the top if you never met the real Amon Goeth? I remember when audiences were criticizing the performance of Joseph McCarthy as overacting (in the film Good Night, and Good Luck), only to be informed they used real footage of Joseph in every scene involving him. P?aszów survivor Mila Pfefferberg, who knew the real Amon Goeth in person, apparently shook uncontrollably because Fiennes portrayal of him brought back memories.

Feb 17 - 06:06 PM

Brad and Netflix

Bradly Martin

All I'm saying is that if Anton Chigurh was a real person no way Javier Bardem takes the oscar. It's like going full retard which I believe Tommy Lee also beat with the Fugitive. Seriously, Leo as Artie loses too the Tommy Lee Jones Type Cast role? Booooo.

Feb 18 - 07:19 AM

Stef

Stefan N

@WS Shannon

Your argument would mean that there is no such thing as over the top acting since we haven't met most fictional characters.

Feb 18 - 09:26 AM

Stef

Stefan N

@ Bradly Martin
Over-the-top just means not fitting the film's atmosphere and using gimmick acting.

Feb 18 - 09:27 AM

WS S.

WS Shannon

@ Stefan

I'm telling you to reserve judgement over something you don't know (and will never know), because you sound clueless and hypocritical.

Feb 18 - 05:16 PM

Private User

Private User

@ Stefan

Wow, intelligent comments on a commonplace. You gave me a little hope for the internet! It can be saved!! (no but seriously... the actor's merit and the character one are two completely different things. At least you are aware of that).

Feb 19 - 04:36 AM

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