On 19 February the 76th BAFTA Awards ceremony was held at the Royal Festival Hall in London’s Southbank Centre. The event was attended by award winners and celebrity guests Cate Blanchett, Florence Pugh, Ana de Armas, Anya Taylor-Joy, Emma Thompson, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Sophie Turner, Brendan Fraser and his beloved Jean Moore, Austin Butler, Colin Farrell, Jamie Lee Curtis, Rami Malek, Jamie Dornan, Reggie Jean Page, recently named by scientists as the most attractive man in the world, and many more.
Prince William and Kate Middleton took a break from their royal duties for a social event. The couple attended the BAFTA awards ceremony too.
Kate broke the royal dress code by wearing an off-the-shoulder white flowing Alexander McQueen gown. It’s an outfit she’s already worn to the 2019 ceremony. This time, the princess completed the look with black velvet gloves from Cornelia James and a matching clutch from Jimmy Choo, as well as gold Aquazzura ankle boots and gold-plated flower-shaped Zara earrings for just $27. William posed for the photographers in an evening velvet suit.
It should be noted that Kate and William did not attend the movie event by chance. The Prince of Wales holds the post of President of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts.
The couple had to miss last year’s BAFTA ceremony due to their busy schedule. And a year earlier, William withdrew amid the death of Prince Philip.
Full list of BAFTA winners
- Best film – All Quiet on the Western Front
- Best British film – Banshee Inisherina
- Best Director – Edward Berger, All Quiet on the Western Front
- Best actress – Cate Blanchett, TAR
- Best actor – Austin Butler, Elvis
- Best Supporting Actress – Kerry Condon, Banshee Inisherina
- Best Supporting Actor – Barry Keoghan, Banshee Inisherina
- Best Original Screenplay – Banshee Inisherina
- Best adapted screenplay – All Quiet on the Western Front
- Best Non-English Language Film – All Quiet on the Western Front (Germany)
- Best Animated Film – Guillermo del Toro’s Pinocchio
- Best Cast – Elvis
- Best camerawork – All Quiet on the Western Front
- Best Editing – Everything Everywhere All At Once
- Best original soundtrack: Volker Berthelmann, All Quiet on the Western Front
- Best Art Direction – Babylon
- Best Costume Design – Elvis
- Best make-up and hairstyling – Elvis
- Best sound – All Quiet on the Western Front
- Best Visual Effects – Avatar: The Path of Water
- Best British debut – Aftersun
- Best short film – Irish Farewell
- Best Animated Short Film – The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse
- Rising star – Emma Maki