Eddie Redmayne scoops best actor prize

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Eddie Redmayne scoops best actor prize

Eddie Redmayne has scooped the best actor prize at the Bafta Film Awards for his role as Professor Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything.

Redmayne said it was “one of the best nights of my life”.

The film was also named outstanding British film and won a third award for its adapted screenplay.

Coming of age drama Boyhood – shot over 12 years with the same cast – was named best film, with Richard Linklater picking up best director prize.

Patricia Arquette also won the best supporting actress Bafta for her role in the film.

The ceremony at London’s Royal Opera House on Sunday night was hosted by Stephen Fry.

Here is the full list of winners for the 2015 Bafta Film Awards.

Best film: Boyhood

Outstanding British film: The Theory of Everything

Actor: Eddie Redmayne – The Theory of Everything

Actress: Julianne Moore – Still Alice

Supporting actor: JK Simmons – Whiplash

Supporting actress: Patricia Arquette – Boyhood

Director: Richard Linklater – Boyhood

Adapted screenplay: The Theory of Everything – Anthony McCarten

Original screenplay: The Grand Budapest Hotel – Wes Anderson

Animated film: The Lego Movie

Documentary: Citizenfour

Foreign film: Ida

Cinematography: Birdman – Emmanuel Lubezki

Costume design: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Editing: Whiplash – Tom Cross

Make-up and hair: The Grand Budapest Hotel – Frances Hannon

Music: The Grand Budapest Hotel – Alexandre Desplat

Production design: The Grand Budapest Hotel – Adam Stockhausen, Anna Pinnock

Sound: Whiplash – Thomas Curley, Ben Wilkins, Craig Mann

Visual effects: Interstellar – Paul Franklin, Scott Fisher, Andrew Lockley

British short animation: The Bigger Picture – Chris Hees, Daisy Jacobs, Jennifer Majka

British short film: Boogaloo and Graham – Brian J Falconer, Michael Lennox, Ronan Blaney

Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer: Stephen Beresford, David Livingstone (writer and producer Pride)

Rising Star award: Jack O’Connell

source: bbc.co.uk

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