BAFTA: Yorgos Lanthimos' "Poor Things" wins five awards - Emma Stone wins best actress (Photos)

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Oppenheimer wins best film at this year's BAFTA Film Awards

Emma Stone won the Best Actress award for her leading role in Yorgos Lanthimos' "Poor Things". This year's film awards were presented at the 77th BAFTA (British Academy Film Awards) held at London's Royal Festival Hall tonight, hosted by David Tennant.

Poor Things won five awards in total, including - in addition to Stone's award - honours for production design, costumes, make-up and hair, and special effects.

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Oppenheimer won Best Picture at this year's BAFTA Film Awards, winning seven awards.

The film's director, Christopher Nolan, won the best director award after a long wait for the director's honour after several commercial successes such as 'Inception' and 'The Dark Knight'.

A big favourite at the British Film Awards, the British-born director beat Jonathan Glazer, director of ''The Zone of Interest,'' Justin Street, ''Anatomy of a Fall,'' Alexander Payne, ''Winter Break,'' Bradley Cooper (''Maestro'') and Andrew Hague (''Without Ever Knowing Us'').

At the same time, the Irish actor Cillian Murphy, star of the film Oppenheimer who plays the American theoretical physicist, won the BAFTA award in the category of best actor for his performance in the film.

Here are the winners by category:

Best Film Award: "Oppenheimer"

Award for Best British Film, Foreign Language Film and Sound "The Zone of Interest"

Award for Director: Christopher Nolan: "Oppenheimer"

Award for Best Actress: Emma Stone, "Poor Things"

Best Actor Award: Cillian Murphy, "Oppenheimer"

Best Actress Award: Da'Vine Joy Randolph, "The Holdovers"

Best Supporting Actor Award: Robert Downey Jr.: "Oppenheimer"

Best Original Screenplay Award: "Anatomy of a Fall"

Award Best Adapted Screenplay: "American Fiction"

Foreign Language Film Award: "The Zone of Interest"

Documentary Award: "20 Days In Mariupol"

Award Best Animated Film "The Boy And The Heron"

Original Music Award: "Oppenheimer"

Award Rising Star: Mia McKenna-Bruce

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