2015 BAFTA Results

Stephen Fry kicked off the 2015 BAFTA results and last night’s revelatons certainly kept the Oscar race exciting with hot favourite, Birdman, surprisingly only receiving one award for cinematographer Emmanuel Lubzeki. Meanwhile, Boyhood took the lead by winning 3 of its 5 nominations including Best Film, Director and Supporting Actress. The film’s director, Richard Linklater unfortunately didn’t make it to London to claim the award in person but no doubt we’ll see him at the Oscars now that he has a BAFTA and Golden Globe tipping the prestigious award in his favour.


Boyhood take home the awards for Best Film, Director and Supporting Actress.
Boyhood take home the awards for Best Film, Director and Supporting Actress.


Eddie Redmayne deservedly won the BAFTA for Best Actor with his ridiculously fantastic performance as astrophysicist, Professor Stephen Hawking in the moving The Theory of Everything. The film saw three awards on the night including Outstanding British Film and Best Adapted Screenplay though The Grand Budapest Hotel claimed the most with prizes for its Original Music, Production Design, Makeup and Hair as well Original Screenplay.

Julianne Moore saw the only award for Still Alice as Best Leading Actress, whilst Whiplash claimed a statuette for three categories including Best Supporting Actor with J.K. Simmons, Sound and Editing. Meanwhile everything is awesome for The Lego Movie which took the title of Best Animated Film.




Check out a full list of the winners below and see all the nominations here and let me know who your winners would have been!


Best Film: Boyhood

Leading Actor: Eddie Redmayne, The Theory of Everything

Leading Actress: Julianne Moore, Still Alice

Supporting Actor: J.K. Simmons, Whiplash

Supporting Actress: Patricia Arquette, Boyhood

Outstanding British FilmThe Theory of Everything

Original MusicThe Grand Budapest Hotel

British Short AnimationThe Bigger Picture

British Short Film: 
Boogaloo And Graham


Editing :

Production DesignThe Grand Budapest Hotel

Makeup & HairThe Grand Budapest Hotel


Animated Film: The Lego Movie

Special Visual Effects: Interstellar

Cinematography: Birdman

Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer: Stephen Beresford and David LivingstonePride

Original Screenplay: The Grand Budapest Hotel

Film Not in the English Language: Ida

Adapted Screenplay: The Theory of Everything

Costume Design: The Grand Budapest Hotel

The EE Rising Star Award: Jack O’Connell

Director: Richard Linklater, Boyhood

Original Music: The Grand Budapest Hotel