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Sunday 21 February
Stars on the red carpet at Orange BAFTA Film Awards 2010
Quentin Tarantino has every right to smile after receiving a best Director nomination for Inglourious Basterds (BAFTA/Dave Dettman).
Neill Blomkamp signs for fans on the red carpet. His feature debut, political sci-fi District 9, earned him a Director nomination (BAFTA/Dave Dettman).
Audrey Tautou, Leading Actress nominee for Coco Before Chanel arrives on the red carpet in a striking pink dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Anna Kendrick, nominated in the Supporting Actress category for her role in Up In The Air, arrives in a layered yellow dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
The glorious Christoph Waltz signs autographs for fans on the red carpet (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
David Morrissey is John Lennon's reluctant step-father in Nowhere Boy (BAFTA/Dave Dettman).
James Cameron arrives at the Royal Opera House hoping that box-office receipts will translate to BAFTA success in Avatar's eight nominated categories (BAFTA/Dave Dettman).
Twilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson gets up close to fans (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
After launching himself on to the silver screen as Malik in A Prophet, Tahar Rahim is nominated for the Orange Rising Star Award (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Actress Romola Garai poses on the Film Awards red carpet in a flowery Erdem dress and Miu miu shoes (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Perfect punk Andy Serkis is up for the Leading Actor award for his portrayal of eccentric singer Ian Dury (BAFTA/Dave Dettman).
Slumdog Millionaire's gameshow host, Anil Kapoor, arrives to present the Costume Design category with Claire Danes (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Guy Pearce makes an entrance after his explosive exit in The Hurt Locker (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).