We are entering the late fall of the awards season, with only a handful of major precursor awards left to unveil their winners before the Oscars in two weeks time. Tonight brings one of the biggest, in the shape of the British Academy Of Film And Television Arts Awards, or the 2017 EE BAFTA Awards. With a large British contingent, and the date having been moved up so it comes before the Oscars, the British Academy have become more and more important to awards season in recent years, with six of the last eight Best Film winners going on to win Best Picture at the Academy Awards (though it split in the last two years, interestingly).

READ MORE: Analysis: BAFTA Awards Keeps The ‘La La Land’ Oscar Train Running With Few Surprises 

This year’s ceremony has kicked off, and we’ll be updating the results as they happen — find the nominees below, and keep refreshing for the winners as and when they arrive.

Best Film

I Daniel Blake
La La Land ***WINNER***
Manchester By The Sea

Best Actress

Amy Adams – Arrival
Emily Blunt – The Girl On The Train
Emma Stone – La La Land ***WINNER***
Meryl Streep – Florence Foster Jenkins
Natalie Portman – Jackie

Best Director

Denis Villeneuve – Arrival
Ken Loach – I, Daniel Blake
Damien Chazelle – La La Land ***WINNER***
Kenneth Lonergan – Manchester By The Sea
Tom Ford – Nocturnal Animals

Best Actor

Andrew Garfield – Hacksaw Ridge
Ryan Gosling – La La Land
Casey Affleck – Manchester By The Sea ***WINNER***
Jake Gyllenhaal – Nocturnal Animals
Viggo Mortensen – Captain Fantastic

Best Cinematography

Hell Or High Water
La La Land ***WINNER***
Nocturnal Animals

Best Original Screenplay

Hell Or High Water
I, Daniel Blake
La La Land
Manchester By The Sea ***WINNER***

Best Supporting Actor

Aaron Taylor-Johnson – Nocturnal Animals
Dev Patel – Lion ***WINNER***
Jeff Bridges – Hell Or High Water
Hugh Grant – Florence Foster Jenkins
Mahershala Ali – Moonlight

Best Supporting Actress

Hayley Squires – I, Daniel Blake
Michelle Williams – Manchester By The Sea
Naomie Harris – Moonlight
Nicole Kidman – Lion
Viola Davis – Fences ***WINNER***

Outstanding Debut By A British Filmmaker

Mike Carey, Camille Gatin – The Girl With All The Gifts
George Amponsah, Dionne Walker – The Hard Stop
Pete Middleton, James Spinney, Jo-Jo Ellison – Notes On Blindness
John Donnelly, Ben Williams – The Pass
Babak Anvari, Emily Leo, Oliver Roskill, Lucan Toh – Under The Shadow ***WINNER***

Best Special Visual Effects

Doctor Strange
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
The Jungle Book ***WINNER***
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

Best Animated Film

Finding Dory
Kubo & The Two Strings ***WINNER***

Best Adapted Screenplay

Hacksaw Ridge
Hidden Figures
Lion ***WINNER***
Nocturnal Animals

Best Film Not In The English Language

Son Of Saul ***WINNER***
Toni Erdmann

Best Documentary

13th ***WINNER***
The Beatles: Eight Days A Week – The Touring Years
The Eagle Huntress
Notes On Blindness

Best Production Design

Doctor Strange
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them ***WINNER***
Hail Caesar!
La La Land
Nocturnal Animals

Best Editing

Hacksaw Ridge ***WINNER***
La La Land
Nocturnal Animals
Manchester By The Sea

Best British Short Film

Home ***WINNER***
Mouth Of Hell
The Party

Best British Short Animation

The Alan Dimension
A Love Story ***WINNER***

Best Sound

Arrival ***WINNER***
Deepwater Horizon
Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
Hacksaw Ridge
La La Land

Best Costume Design

Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them
Florence Foster Jenkins
Jackie ***WINNER*** 
La La Land

Best Original Music

Justin Hurwitz – La La Land ***WINNER***
Nocturnal Animals

Best Make Up And Hair

Florence Foster Jenkins ***WINNER***
Doctor Strange
Hacksaw Ridge
Nocturnal Animals
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story

EE Rising Star Award

Anya Taylor-Joy
Laia Costa
Lucas Hedges
Tom Holland ***WINNER***
Ruth Negga

Best British Film

American Honey
Fantastic Beasts
I Daniel Blake ***WINNER***
Notes On Blindness
Under The Shadow

Outstanding Contribution:

Curzon Cinemas (previously announced)

  • Maxime Turgeon

    Guys, the Academy Awards are in two weeks, not three

  • saraol

    I was hoping Mica Levi to win the Original Score award for Jackie, I watched the movie and I loved her work =(

  • ED1404

    The constant dig at the US president and its current administration at every awards ceremony speech is becoming painfully tiresome. Get on with it……

    • Knight Rider

      Why is it tiresome? If he wants it to stop, maybe he should stop acting like a joke.