London, Feb 17 ANI | 2 years ago

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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