The full list of winners is now in and The King's Speech is the BAFTAs 2011's biggest winner, taking seven gongs, including Best Film, Best Actor, Best Supporting Actress and Actor and Best Music. Natalie Portman, meanwhile, continued her winning streak despite being absent - we assume due to her ever-growing baby bump - and the Harry Potter cast and crew were honoured with the Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema award.
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The red carpet was a who's-who of British and US talent alike, with stars including Emma Watson and Colin Firth rubbing shoulders with Emma Stone and Jessica Alba.
The speculation over who'll take the event's most coveted gongs may be over, but we'd like to put the Best Dressed contest to rest too. Recieiving our reverence for their red carpet efforts are Thandie Newton for the full-on drama of her origami flower-print gown by Monique Lhuillier, and Emma Stone for experimenting with block colour in a scarlet one-shoulder gown by Lanvin.
Check out the winners highlights below:
Best Film: The King's Speech
Outstanding British Film: The King's Speech
Best Director: David Fincher - The Social Network
Original Screenplay: The King's Speech
Adapted Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin - The Social Network
Animated Film: Toy Story 3
Leading Actor: Colin Firth - The King's Speech
Leading actress: Natalie Portman - Black Swan
Supporting Actor: Geoffrey Rush - The King's Speech
Supporting Actress: Helena Bonham Carter - The King's Speech
Orange Wednesday's Rising Award: Tom Hardy
By Hayley Spencer