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Winners of the Orange British Academy Film Awards in 2010.
Winner of the Supporting Actor category, Christoph Waltz stands with Supporting Actress nominee Anna Kendrick (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Barry Ackroyd hugs in The Loop's Tom Hollander after winning best Cinematography award for The Hurt Locker (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
James Bolton and Martina Amati celebrate thier Short Film BAFTA for I Do Air with actor James Corden (BAFTA/Richard Kendal)
Emma Lazenby poses with Olivia Williams after collecting the Short Animation Award for Mother of Many on behalf of co-nominee Sally Arthur (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Bob Murawski and Chris Innis celebrate winning the Editing award for The Hurt Locker (BAFTA/Richard Kendal)
Michael Giacchino, winner of the Music award for his score in UP, stands with Aaron Johnson (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Winner of best Costume Design award, Sandy Powell, stands with presenters Anil Kapoor and Claire Danes (BAFTA/Richard Kendal)
Duncan Jones celebrates with actor Colin Firth after winning the Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director of Producer Award for his sci-fi adventure Moon (BAFTA/Richard Kendal)
Ray Beckett and Paul N. J. Ottosson celebrate winning the award for Sound and Editing for The Hurt Locker with presenters Eddie Marsan and Jodie Whittaker (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Presenter Terry Gilliam attempts to freak out Joe Dunton after he receives his award for Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Jenny Shircore poses with her Make Up & Hair award with presenters Matthew Goode and Romola Garai (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Nick Frost and Mackenzie Crook, presenters of the Special Visual Effects award, pose foir the waiting cameras backstage (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Guy Hendrix Dyas, Larry Dias and Doug Mowat. (Pic: BAFTA/Richard Kendal)
Star of Frost/Nixon and Dorian Gray, Rebecca Hall, stands with The Tudors star Jonathan Rhys Myers who presented the award for Production Design (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).