Alfonso Curaon’s Roma claims award for the best film, while British Film ‘The Favorite’ sweeps the awards ceremony with the best actress and supporting actress awards; Rami Malek bags best actor’s award for ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’.
Costume romp “The Favourite” was the biggest winner at the BAFTAs on Sunday taking seven awards including Outstanding British film, Original screenplay, Production design, Costume design and Make up.
Rami Malek took the Leading actor prize for his portrayal of late Queen frontman Freddie Mercury in “Bohemian Rhapsody”
“Blank Panther” actress Letitia Wright won the Rising star award. The British 25-year-old made an emotional acceptance speech, thanking BAFTA for helping her get through depression.
Netflix black and white film “Roma” picked up the best film prize, as well as director, at Britain’s top movie honors.
Alfonso Cuaron’s semi-autobiographical film, about a domestic worker in 1970s Mexico, has won a string of prizes this awards season, further cementing its path to potential Oscar success.