Kennedy was at the awards show to receive a Bafta Fellowship, the highest accolade bestowed by the British Academy.
Brad Pitt won the award for Best Supporting Actor for 'Once Upon A Time In Hollywood'.
Asim Chaudhry played Chabuddy G again to take aim at Laurence Fox's controversial 'forced diversity' comments about '1917'.
Al Pacino stumbled on the steps leading to the Royal Albert Hall, and the 79-year-old star of 'The Irishman' had to be helped to his feet.
Sunday’s BAFTA guests have not disappointed with their stylish ensembles – with the likes of Zoe Kravitz, Emilia Clarke and Charlize Theron turning heads in stunning designer gowns.However, what made the outfits of the stars arriving at the annual ceremony at London’s Royal Albert Hall even more exciting was an admirable tweak to the regular dress code.This year’s attendees were asked to recycle an outfit they already own or acquire a pre-loved one, rather than purchase a brand-new one for the night.Kate Middleton stepped out in an Alexander McQueen gown she first wore on a royal tour of Malaysia in 2012.She was joined by Joaquin Phoenix, who slipped on a Stella McCartney suit for a third awards ceremony in recent weeks, after the Golden Globes and SAG Awards.Many famous faces are likely to have donned old favourites from their wardrobe, opted for vintage and second-hand, or even hired an outfit – and this environmentally friendly red carpet looked just as great as normal.A guide provided to guests, created by the London College of Fashion, had encouraged those attending to rent outfits from sites including Hurr Collective, By Rotation and My Wardrobe HQ.It also suggested looks could be sourced from Vestiare Collective and Depop, and highlighted eco-conscious brands including Stella McCartney and Reformation.The move to promote sustainable fashion came as part of the organisation’s commitment to going “carbon-neutral” for its 2020 awards ceremony.According to a press release, they announced: “From travel and food, to branding and materials, BAFTA is ensuring the awards are as sustainable as possible.”And the dazzling eco-friendly style on show did not fail to impress.
Britain's biggest celebration of cinematic greatness is this weekend, so what's going to happen on the night?
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards is arguably the most prestigious red carpet event in the UK. It celebrates the very best programmes UK production companies have created and is attended by some of the world’s most famous faces. Over the years, Cate Blanchett, Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Lawrence and Emma Stone have attended, clad in their finest attire. Even royals put in an appearance. The Duke of Cambridge is president of the BAFTAs and has attended the event numerous times - often with the Duchess of Cambridge by his side. Ahead of this year’s BAFTA Awards on 2 February 2020, we look back on the very best red carpet looks to date.
Andy Serkis will receive the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award at the 73rd EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony.
Bafta was heavily criticised for its all-white acting nominations and all-male director shortlist.
With two Oscars to her name (and a handful more nominations under her belt), Cate Blanchett needs an award-worthy wardrobe to match.Fortunately, with the help of stylist-to-the-stars Elizabeth Stewart, she’s curated one.Whether Blanchett’s at Cannes Film Festival, the Golden Globes or over in London for the BAFTAs, she rarely puts a fashion foot wrong.But that doesn’t mean she sticks to what’s safe. Blanchett’s red carpet looks are often bold and playful, featuring strong silhouettes and experimental embellishments, and always dramatic.There are no LBD dresses in Blanchett’s wardrobe, but instead a colourful array of couture from the likes of Armani, Givenchy and Christopher Kane.For the 71st Cannes Film Festival in 2018, the actress demonstrated her fashion know-how in a printed, bubble gown by London Fashion Week label Mary Katrantzou. While a bespoke Alexander McQueen gown, complete with embroidered bodice and feathery skirt, proved the perfect fit for the 2016 BAFTA Awards.From Oscar-acceptance attire to a covetable maternity closet, we revisit some of Cate Blanchett's greatest fashion moments to date.
Last night’s British Academy Television Awards saw the best and brightest of UK’s telly stars take to the red carpet at the Royal Festival Hall.Team ‘Killing Eve’ ended up taking away the most shiny BAFTA TV awards, but who won out in the style stakes?From ‘Good Morning Britain’ host Susanna Reid and ‘This Morning’ presenter Holly Willoughby to woman-of-the-moment Phoebe Waller-Bridge and ‘Killing Eve’ actresses Fiona Shaw and Jodie Comer, the fashion bar was set high.As for the gentleman, the likes of Benedict Cumberbatch, Graham Norton and Ben Whishaw looked suave as they got suited and booted for the big event.Take a look and see what everyone wore on the star-studded red carpet.
Joanna Lumley may be something of a national treasure, but whoever was writing her jokes as she presented last night’s BAFTAs truly and wholly let the side down. It seemed to imply that Hart’s downfall had something to do with Twitter. Steve Coogan was seen visibly flinching as the gags landed with thump and after thump.