Thankfully the temperature in London was relatively mild for this time of year as the stars came out for the 2019 BAFTA Film Awards.
Audi was the chauffeur for the night as the German car manufacturer brought the film stars to the BAFTA awards last night in London. On a night when Alfonso Cuarón’s much-lauded Roma won the major prizes (Best Film and Best Director), BAFTA celebrated the successes of the last 12 months with The Favourite, Bohemian Rhapsody and A Star is Born all enjoying multiple nominations.
On the night, Olivia Colman and her racy portrayal of Queen Anne saw The Favourite pick up seven awards including Outstanding British Film, Leading Actress and Supporting Actress.
Roma, which is expected to perform strongly at the Oscars, picked up two of the BAFTA Film Awards’ top prizes as well as Best Film Not in the English Language and Best Cinematography.
Elsewhere, Rami Malek won Leading Actor for Bohemian Rhapsody, Mahershala Ali took home Supporting Actor for Green Book, and Letitia Wright was the EE Rising Star winner.