The Artist has been named best film at this year’s Orange BAFTA film awards.
The film also won the best director, actor, screenplay, cinematography, costume design and original music awards.
Star Jean Dujardin beat Gary Oldman, George Clooney and Brad Bitt to the best actor accolade.
Oldman had been nominated for his portrayal of George Smiley in Tomas Alfredson’s big screen adaptation of Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy.
Although Tinker lost out to The Artist for best film, it was named as the most outstanding British film.
Its screenplay also won best adapted screenplay for the script by Peter Straughan and Bridget O’Connor.
British actor John Hurt received a special Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award.
Hollywood star Meryl Streep was named best leading actress for her role as former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher in The Iron Lady.
Co-star Jim Broadbent lost out on the supporting actor gong to Christopher Plummer.
Octavia Spencer was named best supporting actress for The Help, set during the US civil rights era.
The award for best foreign language film went to The Skin I Live In, which starred Antonio Banderas as an eminent plastic surgeon who tries to create a new skin which could have saved his wife.
The Orange Rising Star award, which is given by the public, was won by Adam Deacon, star of Adulthood and Anuvahood.
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