"Boyhood" may have been the biggest winner at the 68th BAFTAs winning best film, director and supporting actress (Patricia Arquette), but it was "The Grand Budapest Hotel" that took home the most awards. The comedy-caper won five awards: best original screenplay, production design, costume design, score and make-up & hair.
Other big winners were homegrown favorite "The Theory of Everything" with wins for lead actor (Eddie Redmayne), outstanding British Film and adapted screenplay.
Joining the aforementioned in the best film race were "Birdman" which won for its cinematography, while "The Imitation Game" was shut out of its nine categories.
Of the films not nominated in the top race, "Whiplash" won three for supporting actor (J.K. Simmons), sound and editing.
Stephen Beresford and David Livingstone won oustanding British debut for their film "Pride".
Other winners in top races were Julianne Moore for lead actress.in "Still Alice," "The LEGO Movie" winning animated feature, and Oscar-nominated films "Ida" winning for film not in the English language and "Citizenfour" for documentary.
"Interstellar" won its bid for special visual effects.
Best film- "Boyhood"
Best director- Richard Linklater, "Boyhood"
Lead actor- Eddie Redmayne, "The Theory of Everything"
Lead actress- Julianne Moore, "Still Alice"
Supporting actor- J.K. Simmons, "Whiplash"
Supporting actress- Patricia Arquette, "Boyhood"
Original screenplay- "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Adapted screenplay- "The Theory of Everything"
Outstanding British film- "The Theory of Everything"
Outstanding British debut- Stephen Beresford and David Livingstone, "Pride"
Animated feature- "The LEGO Movie"
Film not in the English Language- "Ida"
Production design- "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Costume Design- "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
Score- "The Grand Budapest Hotel" (Alexandre Desplat, composer)
Special visual effects- "Interstellar"
Make up and hair- "The Grand Budapest Hotel"
British short film- "Boogaloo and Graham"
British animated short- "The Bigger Picture"