From left, Callum McDougall, Charles Chapman, George Mackay, Jayne-Ann Tenggren, Sam Mendes, Pippa Harris, Krysty Wilson-Cairns, Mark Strong and Andrew Scott, winners of Best Film for 1917, backstage at the Bafta Film Awards, in central London.
Carol Dysinger, left and Elena Andreicheva pose with the awards for a British Short Film for 'Learning To Skateboard In A Warzone (If You're A Girl)' backstage at the Bafta Film Awards, in central London.
Pink of Health
Nimrat Kaur, whose graceful turn in The Lunchbox brought a certain spark to the cinemas, managed to get some rather well-deserved attention at the Bafta awards in London, what with her long pink gown with batwing sleeves. Georges Hobeika, if you must know.
Christopher Lee, center, poses with Tim Burton, right, holding up Lees Academy Fellowship award and Helena Bonham Carter, left, backstage during the BAFTA Film Awards 2011, at The Royal Opera House in London.
File Photo-A.R. Rahman poses for a portrait during rehearsal, at a studio in Burbank, California. Rahman has been nominated for the BAFTA award for original music in Danny Boyle’s 127 Hours. This is the second time he is nominated for the BAFTA.
Dominic Cooper, right, and Talulah Riley, left, join BAFTA's Chairman Tim Corrie after they announced the nominations for the Orange British Academy Film Awards 2011, at the BAFTA headquarters in Piccadilly, London.
15 February Actress Scarlett Johansson shows her award for Best Actress for her role in the film 'Lost in Translation' at the British Academy Film Awards ceremony in London's Leicester Square. Fantasy epic The 'Return of the King' triumphed at the Bafta film awards, winning five awards, including best film.