“Oppenheimer” takes home the most awards with “Poor Things” in close second at this year’s BAFTA’s

LONDON, UK (WOAY)- Where cinema royalty meets UK royalty, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts has announced this year’s winners in tonight’s film awards at the Royal Festival Hall in London.

The explosive summer hit “Oppenhiemer” went home with the most amount of awards, receiving 7.

“Oppenheimer” won Best Film; Director for Christopher Nolan; Leading Actor for Cillian Murphy; Supporting Actor for Robert Downey Jr.; Cinematography; Editing; and Original Score.

“Poor Things” took home 5, including Leading Actress for Emma Stone.

The British film “The Zone of Interest” took home 3, but it is also the first film to win both Outstanding British Film and Film Not in the English Language.

The rest of the awards are listed as followed:

Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer- “Earth Mama”

Documentary- “20 Days in Mariupol”

Animated Film- “The Boy and the Heron”

Original Screenplay- “Anatomy of a Fall”

Adapted Screenplay- “American Fiction”

Supporting Actress- Da’Vine Joy Randolph in “The Holdovers”

Casting- “The Holdovers”

Production Design- “Poor Things”

Costume Design- “Poor Things”

Makeup & Hair- “Poor Things”

Sound- “The Zone of Interest”

Special Visual Effects- “Poor Things”

British Short Animation- “Crab Day”

British Short Film- “Jellyfish and Lobster”

EE Rising Star Award- Mia McKenna-Bruce

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