Red carpet fashion at the Orange BAFTA Film Awards 2010
Actress Romola Garai poses in a flowery dress outside the Royal Opera House in London's Covent Garden (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Anna Kendrick, nominated in the Supporting Actress category for her role in Up In The Air, arrives in a layered yellow Pucci dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Star of the Twilight series and Orange Rising Star Award nominee, Kristen Stewart, arrives on the red carpet wearing a knee-length white Chanel dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Saoirse Ronan arrives in a white Burberry dress hoping to scoop the Leading Actress award for her role as Susie Salmon in The Lovely Bones (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Olivia Williams appears in two of tonight's top films: An Education and Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll. She takes to the red carpet in long black Catherine Walker dress with sheer cut out (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Supporting Actress nominee Vera Farmiga poses in a flowing white Marchesa dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Lead Actress nominee for An Education, Carey Mulligan, elegantly wears a long black and white floral Vionnet dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Audrey Tautou, Leading Actress nominee for Coco Before Chanel arrives on the red carpet in a striking pink Lanvin dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Dazzling in her long gold Tadashi dress, Gabourey Sidibe appears to be living the dream of her character in Precious, for which she has been nominated for the Leading Actress award (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Double nominee for the same category at last year's Film Awards, Kate Winslet went on to win Leading Actress for The Reader and tonight parades the red carpet in a long black Stella McCartney dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Kristin Scott Thomas
Kristin Scott Thomas is up for Best Supporting Actress as John Lennon's protective Aunt in Nowhere Boy. She wears a black Louis Vuitton dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Vanessa Redgrave & Joely Richardson
This year's Fellowship award winner Vanessa Redgrave strolls the red carpet along side Joely Richardson, both in Catherine Walker dresses (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Star of zombie TV thriller Dead Set, Jaime Winstone goes retro with a Vintage Alexander McQueen dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Big boots to fill, Christian McKay's portrayal of cinema legend Orson Welles earned him a nomination for Best Supporting Actor (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Trudie Styler is the producer of Moon, which is down for Outstanding British Film award. Her little black dress is from Victoria Beckham (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Anne-Marie Duff receives a Supporting Actress nomination for her role as John Lennon's volatile mother in Nowhere Boy. She takes to the carpet in a long red Alberto Feretti dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Star of Dorian Gray and last year's Frost/Nixon, Rebecca Hall (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
British actress Jodie Whittaker in a glittering gold Escada dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Presenter and DJ Edith Bowman on the Film Awards Red Carpet recording exclusive interviews for bafta.org (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Star of Harry Potter, Bonnie Wright, walks down the carpet in a Prada dress (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).
Dressed to impress. Writer of forthcoming film Kick-Ass, Jane Goldman, arrives sporting a shock of red hair (BAFTA/Richard Kendal).