'Gravity' leads winners list at BAFTA 2014
Sandra Bullock and George Clooney starrer space drama 'Gravity' won six awards, including Best Visual Effects and Best Director, at BAFTA 2014.
Even though Steve McQueen- helmed '12 Years a Slave' was dubbed the Best Film, 'Gravity' was chosen as the 'Outstanding British Film', the Independent reported.
The full winners list of Baftas 2014:
Best Film - '12 Years a Slave'
Outstanding British Film - 'Gravity'
Best Actor - Chiwetel Ejiofor
Best Actress - Cate Blanchett
Best Supporting Actor - Barkhad Abdi, 'Captain Phillips'
Best Supporting Actress - Jennifer Lawrence, 'American Hustle'
Best Director - 'Gravity'
Best Adapted Screenplay - 'Philomena'
Best Original Screenplay - 'American Hustle'
Best Animated Film - 'Frozen'
Rising Star - Will Poulter
British Short Film - 'Room 8'
Best Short Animation - 'Sleeping with the Fishes'
Best Production Design - 'The Great Gatsby'
Best Visual Effects - 'Gravity'
Best Sound - 'Gravity'
Best Editing - 'Rush'
Best Documentary - 'The Act of Killing'
Best Make-Up and Hair - 'American Hustle'
Best Costume Design - 'The Great Gatsby'
Best Original Music - 'Gravity'
Outstanding British Debut - Kieran Evans for Kelly and Victor
Best Cinematography - 'Gravity'
Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema - Peter Greenaway
Best Non-English Language Film - 'The Great Beauty'
(Posted on 17-02-2014)
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