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BAFTA Award Winners 2018




Best Film

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Graham Broadbent, Pete Czernin, Martin McDonagh



Guillermo del Toro

The Shape of Water


Leading Actress

Frances McDormand

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri


Leading Actor

Gary Oldman

Darkest Hour



Blade Runner 2049

Roger Deakins


Original Screenplay

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Martin McDonagh




Alex Gibson,

Richard King,

Gregg Landaker,

Gary A. Rizzo,

Mark Weingarten


Supporting Actress

Allison Janney

I, Tonya


Oustanding Debut

By A British Writer,

Director or Producer

I am Not A Witch

Rungano Nyoni (Writer/Director)

Emily Morgan (Producer)


Special Visual Effects

Blade Runner 2049

Richard R. Hoover,

Paul Lambert,

Gerd Nefzer,

John Nelson


Production Design

The Shape of Water

Paul Austerberry,

Jeff Melvin,

Shane Vieau


Supporting Actor

Sam Rockwell

Three Billboards

Outside Ebbing, Missouri


Adapted Screenplay

Call Me By Your Name

James Ivory


Film Not In The English Language

The Handmaiden

Park Chan-wook

Syd Lim


British Short Film

Cowboy Dave

Colin O’Toole,

Jonas Mortense


British Short Animation

Poles Apart

Paloma Baeza,

Ser En Low



I Am Not Your Negro

Raoul Peck



Baby Driver

Jonathan Amos,

Paul Machliss


Animated Film


Lee Unkrich,

Darla K. Anderson


Costume Design

Phantom Thread

Mark Bridges



MakeUp And Hair

Darkest Hour

David Malinowski

Ivana Primorac,

Lucy Sibbick,

Kazuhiro Tsuji


Original Music

The Shape of Water

Alexandre Desplat


EE Rising Star Award

(Voted for by the public)


Daniel Kaluuya


Outstanding British Film

Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri

Martin McDonagh,

Graham Broadbent,

Pete Czernin


Outstanding Contribution To British Cinema

Jon Wardle,

National Film and Television School


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