2016 BAFTA Awards: All the Winners

15 February 2016
Here are all the winners from the 2016 BAFTA Awards.
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In what is becoming a predictable awards' race, the BAFTAs held little surprise as Leonardo DiCaprio and Brie Larson yet again scooped the leading acting awards for their respective roles in The Revenant and Room. The former movie also picked up statuettes for Best Film, Best Director, Best Cinematography and Best Sound. Its biggest competition this year, Mad Max: Fury Road, was close behind, receiving four BAFTAs.

The force is still strong as the latest Star Wars chapter made its presence felt by taking home the BAFTA for Best Special Visual Effects, while one of its leads, John Boyega, received the Rising Star Award.

If you missed the ceremony this morning on M-Net Movies Premiere, then watch the repeat on the same channel at 12:05 on Sunday 21 February, or on M-Net Movies Stars at 23:40 on Sunday 28 February.

Below follows a full list of recipients for the 2016 BAFTAs:


Best Film

The Revenant


Outstanding British Film



Leading Actor

Leonardo DiCaprio – The Revenant


Leading Actress

Brie Larson – Room


Supporting Actor

Mark Rylance – Bridge of Spies


Supporting Actress

Kate Winslet – Steve Jobs



Alejandro G. Iñarritu – The Revenant


Adapted Screenplay

The Big Short


Original Screenplay



Animated Film

Inside Out





Foreign Film

Wild Tales



The Revenant


Costume Design

Mad Max: Fury Road



Mad Max: Fury Road


Make-up and Hair

Mad Max: Fury Road



The Hateful Eight


Production Design

Mad Max: Fury Road



The Revenant


Visual Effects

Star Wars: The Force Awakens


British Short Animation



British Short Film



Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer

Naji Abu Nowar (writer/director) & Rupert Lloyd (producer) – Theeb


Rising Star Award

John Boyega


Fellowship Recipient

Sidney Poitier