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Bafta wins for Mulligan and Firth

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The Iraq war drama, The Hurt Locker, has won Best Film at the Baftas, beating James Cameron's box-office smash, Avatar.

British talent scooped the acting prizes: Carey Mulligan for her role in the coming-of-age film, An Education, and Colin Firth, who plays a gay academic in Tom Ford's debut movie A Single Man. Arts Editor Will Gompertz discusses the reaction to this year's Bafta awards.

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