ENTERTAINMENT

BAFTA Awards

The British film industry celebrated the biggest night of the year on Sunday, with the 72nd edition of the BAFTA awards taking place at London's Royal Albert Hall and Joanna Lumley returning once again as host.

Rami Malek won leading actor honors, while 'Black Klansman' earned spike lee a best adapted screenplay award.

As was largely expected, Yorgos Lanthimos' dark period comedy The Favourite, which went into the night with 12 nominations, dominated the proceedings with seven wins, including for leading actress Olivia Colman, supporting actress Rachel Weisz and outstanding British film.

But Alfonso Curaon's Roma managed to upset the royal party, claiming the top prize of best film, alongside director and cinematography honors for Cuaron.