The full list of winners at the 2019 Bafta film awards – as they happen


Will The Favourite turn out to be … the favourite? Or will Roma march in and conquer the Baftas? Come back for updates here as the awards are handed out

BeastBohemian RhapsodyWINNER: The FavouriteMcQueenStan & OllieYou Were Never Really Here

Incredibles 2Isle of DogsWINNER: Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of GrindelwaldWINNER: The FavouriteFirst Man Mary Poppins ReturnsRoma

I’m OKMarfaWINNER: Roughhouse

WINNER: 73 CowsBachelor, 38The Blue DoorThe Field Wale

WINNER: Bohemian RhapsodyFirst ManMission: Impossible – Fallout A Quiet Place A Star Is Born

Bohemian RhapsodyThe FavouriteFirst ManRoma WINNER: Vice

Barry KeoghanCynthia ErivoJessie BuckleyLakeith StanfieldLetitia Wright

BlacKkKlansmanIf Beale Street Could Talk Isle of Dogs Mary Poppins Returns A Star Is Born

Bohemian RhapsodyThe FavouriteMary Queen of Scots Stan & OllieVice

The Ballad of Buster ScruggsBohemian RhapsodyThe FavouriteMary Poppins ReturnsMary Queen of Scots

Free SoloMcQueen RBGThey Shall Not Grow Old Three Identical Strangers

Number 9 Films (Stephen Woolley and Elizabeth Karlsen)

CapernaumCold War Dogman Roma Shoplifters

BlacKkKlansman – Spike Lee, David Rabinowitz, Charlie Wachtel, Kevin WillmottCan You Ever Forgive Me? – Nicole Holofcener, Jeff WhittyFirst Man – Josh SingerIf Beale Street Could Talk – Barry JenkinsA Star Is Born – Bradley Cooper, Will Fetters, Eric Roth

Adam Driver – BlacKkKlansmanMahershala Ali – Green BookRichard E Grant – Can You Ever Forgive Me?Sam Rockwell – ViceTimothée Chalamet – Beautiful Boy

Avengers: Infinity WarBlack Panther Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of GrindelwaldFirst ManReady Player One

Apostasy – Daniel Kokotajlo (writer/director)Beast – Michael Pearce (writer/director), Lauren Dark (producer)A Cambodian Spring – Chris Kelly (writer/director/producer), Pili – Leanne Welham (writer/director), Sophie Harman (producer)Ray & Liz – Richard Billingham (writer/director), Jacqui Davies (producer)

Amy Adams – ViceClaire Foy – First ManEmma Stone – The FavouriteMargot Robbie – Mary Queen of ScotsRachel Weisz – The Favourite

Cold War – Janusz Głowacki, Paweł PawlikowskiThe Favourite – Deborah Davis, Tony McNamaraGreen Book – Brian Currie, Peter Farrelly, Nick VallelongaRoma – Alfonso CuarónVice – Adam McKay

Bohemian RhapsodyCold War The Favourite First Man Roma

Bradley Cooper – A Star Is BornChristian Bale – ViceRami Malek – Bohemian RhapsodySteve Coogan – Stan & OllieViggo Mortensen – Green Book

Glenn Close – The WifeLady Gaga – A Star Is BornMelissa McCarthy – Can You Ever Forgive Me?Olivia Colman – The FavouriteViola Davis – Widows

BlacKkKlansman – Spike LeeCold War – Paweł PawlikowskiThe Favourite – Yorgos LanthimosRoma – Alfonso CuarónA Star Is Born – Bradley Cooper

BlacKkKlansmanThe FavouriteGreen BookRomaA Star Is Born

Thelma Schoonmaker

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