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In pictures: Bafta film awards 2004
Scarlett Johansson has been a rising star over the last 12 months and won best actress.
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Best actress and rising star Scarlett Johansson was the photographers' favourite on the red carpet.
Renee Zellweger's performance in Cold Mountain has been highly praised.
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Renee Zellweger's performance in Cold Mountain earned her the best supporting actress Bafta.
Actress Naomi Watts, nominated for 21 Grams, brought a sense of old fashioned Hollywood glamour.
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Actress Naomi Watts, nominated for 21 Grams, brought a sense of old-fashioned Hollywood glamour.
Holly Hunter, nominated for best supporting actress for Thirteen, was one of the first stars to arrive.
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Holly Hunter, nominated for best supporting actress for Thirteen, was one of the first stars to arrive.
Emma Thompson was there to give support to Love Actually.
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Emma Thompson was there to support British box office hit Love Actually.
Jude Law said being nominated was
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Briton Jude Law, who missed out on an award, said being nominated was "everything".
Best actor rivals Johnny Depp and Benicio Del Toro were close friends on the night.
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Best actor rivals Johnny Depp and Benicio Del Toro were close friends on the night.
Actress Alicia Silverstone was on hand as a presenter at the awards.
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Actress Alicia Silverstone was on hand as a presenter.
Rings director and film mogul Harvey Weinstein were all smiles on the night.
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Rings director Jackson and film mogul Harvey Weinstein were all smiles on the night.
Best supporting actor winner Bill Nighy joked the award had made
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Best supporting actor winner Bill Nighy joked the award had made "an old rocker happy".






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