In pictures: Five highlights from the Baftas 2014
- 17 February 2014
- From the section Entertainment
Gravity was the big winner at this year's Bafta Awards, taking six prizes including best British film.
12 Years a Slave won best film with its star Chiwetel Ejiofor winning best actor while Cate Blanchett picked up best actress for Blue Jasmine.
Captain Phillips star Barkhad Abdi won best supporting actor and Jennifer Lawrence picked up best supporting actress for American Hustle.
Here are some of the other highlights from the ceremony.
Prince William called Dame Helen Mirren 'granny'
After a joke in Stephen Fry's opening speech that Dame Helen Mirren had bought her grandson to the ceremony, The Duke of Cambridge handed her her Bafta fellowship award and joked that her screen role as the Queen meant "I should probably call her 'granny'."
And got a high five from Tine Tempah
Tinie Tempah got Twitter talking after he gave Prince William a high five in his opening performance.
"I just saw him there and I was like 'You know what why not?'" said the rapper.
"We've met a couple of times now so I felt safe, I felt like something bad isn't going to happen and it was alright I was happy."
He performed Heroes, which is taken from his second album Demonstration, with Laura Mvula.
He said opening the Baftas was "an honour" and that it was "one ticked off the bucket list."
The rapper then planned to get "as many selfies as he could."
The red carpet didn't disappoint
Despite forecasted wind and rain, Bafta guests were greeted by a surprisingly warm evening.
Lupita Nyong'o from 12 Years A Slave actress, best actress nominee Amy Adams and Dame Helen Mirren (above l-r) were among some of the guests on the red carpet ahead of the ceremony.
Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt also attended the awards, wearing matching tuxedo outfits.
Stephen Fry hosted again
The awards at the Royal Opera House were hosted for a ninth time by actor Stephen Fry.
Other presenters and guests included Eddie Redmayne, Jeremy Irons, Maggie Gyllenhaal and Stanley Tucci.
And got Leonardo Dicaprio to kiss down the camera
Fry, addressing the Wolf of Wall Street star, said: "Mr Dicaprio, we have a little custom here at Bafta of asking one of those assembled if they wouldn't mind just blowing a kiss down the camera.
"And would you believe it we drew lots until your name came out. What are the odds of that?"
Dicaprio happily obliged.
Will Poulter won the rising star award
The Rising Star award, which is voted for by the public, went to 21-year-old British actor Will Poulter from We're the Millers.
After being given his said: "I'm going to start with a cliche, this is a big surprise."
Despite a suggestion from Scott Mills on Radio 1, he didn't include the word 'Bamboleo' in his acceptance speech.
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