1 of 10 Cate Blanchett, in Armani, took best supporting actress for her role as Katherine Hepburn in Martin Scorsese's The Aviator, one of four awards for the Howard Hughes biopic.
2 of 10 Veteran British director Mike Leigh beat Scorsese to the best director award for his film about a backstreet abortionist in the 1950s, Vera Drake.
3 of 10 Leonardo DiCaprio had a noisy welcome from movie fans when he arrived on the red carpet, but missed out on the best actor award - it went to Jamie Foxx for Ray.
4 of 10 Posing with Goldie Hawn, Clive Owen's award for best supporting actor in Closer is his second ever - his first being a Golden Globe awarded in January.
5 of 10 Imelda Staunton, in a dress by a little-known Turkish designer, beat fellow Briton Kate Winslet to best actress at the Baftas - and they are up against each other again at the Academy Awards on 27 February.
6 of 10 Ziyi Zhang was also nominated for best actress for her role in House of Flying Daggers.
7 of 10 British actress Sophie Okonedo was not nominated for a Bafta, but is up for best supporting actress at the Oscars for her role in genocide drama Hotel Rwanda.
8 of 10 Gael Garcia Bernal, star of The Motorcycle Diaries, was nominated for best actor, but saw his film take best foreign movie and best music instead.
9 of 10 Harry Potter star Emma Watson collected the Orange Film of the Year prize, voted for by the public, for the Prisoner of Azkaban.
10 of 10 Christian Slater was just one of the many Hollywood stars to turn up to the British event, presenting the visual effects award to The Day After Tomorrow.