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Host Joanna Lumley joked 'Please welcome my niece Margo Robbie' as she introduced the award's presenters. Viewers' favourite: The 28-year-old actor beat out stuff competition from Florence Pugh, Josh O’Connor, Timothée Chalamet and Tessa Thompson in the EE-sponsored category, which was voted for by the public Winning chat: Kaluuya has also picked up Oscar, Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations for his role as Chris Washington in the 2017 horror film Get Out [pictured with Allison Janney and Gary Oldman]He is known for his roles in hit TV shows, Skins, Psychoville and Black Mirror and has also starred in films, including crime thriller Sicario, Johnny English Reborn and Kick Ass 2.

Film of the night: Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri enjoyed a triumphant night at the BAFTAs as it became the big winner of the night with FIVE prizes including Best Film and Best Actress [pictured Frances Mc Dormand - Leading Actress winner]Victorious: Frances Mc Dormand won the Lead Actress award of the night for her portrayal of Mildred Hayes - a woman looking to hunt down the man that raped and murdered her daughter by hiring three derelict billboards to spread her message Frances Mc Dormand beat Annette Bening [Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool], Margot Robbie [I, Tonya], Sally Hawkins [The Shape Of Water] and Saoirse Ronan [Lady Bird] to scoop the Lead Actress award of the night for her portrayal of Mildred Hayes - a woman looking to hunt down the man that raped and murdered her daughter by hiring three derelict billboards to spread her message.

Acclaimed American screenwriter James Ivory, 89, looked dapper in a black suit and bow tie as he collected the accolade.'I've been here before but never by myself and never for writing a screenplay,' he said in his acceptance speech.

'We are wonderfully lucky to have the actors we have - some of whom are here now.'28-year-old Daniel Kaluuya beat out stiff competition from Florence Pugh, Josh O’Connor, Timothée Chalamet and Tessa Thompson in the EE-sponsored Rising Star category, which was voted for by the public.

'I appreciate a well-organised act of civil disobedience.

I am thrilled that activists all over the world have been inspired by Three Billboards. ' Meanwhile, Gary Oldman took the Lead Actor prize for his role as Winston Churchill in Darkest Hour, beating Daniel Day-Lewis [Phantom Thread], Daniel Kaluuya [Get Out], Jamie Bell [Film Stars Don’t Die In Liverpool] and Timothée Chalamet [Call Me By Your Name] 'I have a little trouble with compliance!

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