The 75th BAFTA Awards saw Dune scoop up the most awards, with five wins in technical categories, but the big awards of the night went to The Power Of The Dog, winning Best Film and Best Director for Jane Campion (which Benedict Cumberbatch accepted on her behalf, as she was not at the ceremony).
After being snubbed for an Oscar, Lady Gaga didn't take home the BAFTA for Best Leading Actress (much to the disappointment of the Little Monsters). Instead the award went to British actress Joanna Scanlan for the film After Love.
Will Smith won Best Leading Actor but was not in attendance at the ceremony - which is always a bit of a letdown - but bringing some much-needed energy to the night was West Side Story's Ariana DeBose who took Best Supporting Actress and Bond star Lashana Lynch who was named the EE BAFTA Rising Star for 2022.
Here's the full list of winners...
Best Film - The Power Of The Dog
Leading Actress - Joanna Scanlan (After Love)
Supporting Actress - Ariana DeBose (West Side Story)
Leading Actor - Will Smith (King Richard)
Supporting Actor – Troy Kotsur (Coda)
Director - Jane Campion (Power Of The Dog)
EE Rising Star Award - Lashana Lynch
Outstanding British Film - Belfast
Adapted Screenplay - CODA
Animated Film - Encanto
Documentary - Summer Of Soul
Film Not In The English Language - Drive My Car
Costume Design - Cruella
Make-up & Hair - The Eyes Of Tammy Faye
Production Design - Dune
Special Visual Effects - Dune
Cinematography - Dune
Animated Short - Do Not Feed The Pigeons
British Short Film - The Black Cop
Editing - No Time To Die
Sound - Dune
Original Score - Dune
Casting - West Side Story
Outstanding Debut - The Harder They Fall