The best of Hollywood and the British film industry descended on London’s Royal Opera House on Sunday night to celebrate the biggest night in the British film industry’s calendar – the 69th British Academy Film Awards (aka the BAFTAs).

Hosted once again by Stephen Fry, the clear winner at this year’s awards was The Revenant. It won five awards in total, including three of the biggest awards – Best Actor (finally another step towards Oscar’s glory for Leonardo DiCaprio), Best Director (for Alejandro G Inarritu) and the highly coveted Best Picture.

Films I have reviewed recently also won awards – Spotlight for original screenplay, Amy for best documentary, Wild Tales for best foreign film, and Australia’s own Mad Max: Fury Road also scooped up an impressive four gongs for its costume, effects & design (but our Cate Blanchett missed out on a Best Actress win, loosing to Room‘s Brie Larson as expected all season).

Full list of winners below:

Best Film:
The Revenant

Outstanding British Film:

Best Actor:
Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant

Best Actress
Brie Larson – Room

Best Supporting Actor:
Mark Rylance – Bridge of Spies

Best Supporting Actress:
Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs

Best Director:
Alejandro G Inarritu – The Revenant

Best Adapted Screenplay:
The Big Short

Best Original Screenplay:

Best Animated Film:
Inside Out

Best Documentary:

Best Foreign Film:
Wild Tales

Best Cinematography:
The Revenant

Best Costume Design:
Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Editing:
Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Make-up and Hair:
Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Music:
The Hateful Eight

Best Production Design:
Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Sound:
The Revenant

Best Special Effects:
Star Wars: The Force Awakens

British Short Animation:

British Short Film:

Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer:
Naji Abu Nowar (writer/director) & Rupert Lloyd (producer) – Theeb

Rising Star Award:
John Boyega