Colin Firth and Meryl Streep
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Highlights from the 65th Baftas

Silent movie The Artist has dominated the 65th Baftas, taking seven prizes including best film, best director and best actor, for its star Jean Dujardin.

Spy thriller Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy was named outstanding British film while co-writers Peter Straughan and his late wife, Bridget O'Connor, also won best adapted screenplay.

Meryl Streep won best actress for The Iron Lady but lost one of her shoes as she went to accept the award. Colin Firth replaced the shoe before Streep gave her acceptance speech.

Christopher Plummer, for Beginners, and Octavia Spencer, for drama The Help, won best supporting actor prizes.

Footage courtesy of BAFTA/BBC 2012

  • 12 Feb 2012
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