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Sunday, 25 February, 2001, 23:24 GMT
Baftas 2001: In pictures
Hollywood's A-list mixed with the best of British acting talent at 2001's Bafta Film Awards, toasting the cream of global cinema achievement from last year.


Billy Elliot's teenage star Jamie Bell
Billy Elliot's teenage star Jamie Bell emerged triumphant as he takes the coveted best actor award

Geoffrey Rush and Juliette Binoche
Quills star Geoffrey Rush shoulders up to Chocolat actress Juliette Binoche

Gladiator star Russell Crowe
Gladiator star Russell Crowe missed out on the best actor title but saw his movie scoop the most awards

Quills actress  Kate Winslett
Quills actress Kate Winslett added British glamour to the evening's events

Billy Elliot star Julie Walters
Billy Elliot star Julie Walters expressed her affection for her Bafta for best supporting actress

Christina Ricci (L) presented Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon star Michelle Yeoh
Christina Ricci (L) presented Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon star Michelle Yeoh win one of the film's four awards

Billy Elliot 's debut director Stephen Daldry
Billy Elliot 's debut director Stephen Daldry was "delighted" his movie won three Baftas

Kate Hudson with Chris Robinson
Almost Famous star Kate Hudson - with husband Chris Robinson - looks happy despite losing out on the best actress award

Bafta's best director Ang Lee with Michelle Yeoh
Bafta's best director Ang Lee with Michelle Yeoh, star of his award-winning movie Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon

Albert Finney
British acting legend Albert Finney - recently winning acclaim in Erin Brockovich - wins a Bafta fellowship
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