Danny Boyle, who receieved his Directing Achievement award from old school thesps Patrick "Professor X" Stewart and Ian "Gandalf" McKellen. Sir Ian seen trying to cast a death spell on an annoying photographer.
Winslet wins it again
Kate, looking great as usual in a classy black dress, arriving at Covent Garden's Opera House, where she'd pick up the Lead Actress Award. Note the umbrella - rain was a big red carpet theme. At least it wasn't a blizzard!
Penelope Cruz arrives, also trying to keep the rain off her posh frock. Still, she could look forward to scooping Supporting Actress for her loveable psycho in Vicky Christina Barcelona.
Sharon Stone arriving. We're not quite sure why she was invited. Sure, she brings a little extra Hollywood glamour to the proceedings, but they had ANGELINA BLOOMIN' JOLIE AND BRAD BLOODY PITT! They really didn't need the star of Basic Instinct 2. Plus, her presenting stint was pretty awful.
Daniel Craig, who looks like he's stealing pens in revenge for Defiance not picking up any nods. Still, at least Quantum Of Solace got nominated for... er.. sound. And visual effects.
Slumdog Millionaire's Dev Patel and Freida Pinto. Bet they're getting sick of awards ceremonies by now.
Mickey Rourke, holding the object he was most delighted to receive at the ceremony. And look, his BAFTA statuette, too...
Emma Watson, who looked great and showed Sharon Stone up in terms of professional, focused presenting.
Goldie lookin' pain
And then there was Goldie Hawn. Dear Goldie, please never present at an awards show again as you're rubbish at it. Actually, we take that back, because you were hilarious.
Pics: Huffington Post