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Edited by on February 13 2012 at 8:44 AM

While music was celebrating its biggest night in Los Angeles, over on the other side of the pond, film was having a classy evening all its own. Meryl Streep racked up her second BAFTA win for The Iron Lady, but lost her stiletto on her way to the stage. The Artist, however, truly stole the show with a total of seven wins, including Best Picture, Best Actor for Jean Dujardin and Best Director for Michel Hazanavicius. With the Academy Awards basically around the corner, it’s a safe bet that The Artist and Dujardin are the picture and actor to beat – respectively – and with this win, Meryl might be well on her way to claiming her third Oscar statuette. Full list of the 2012 BAFTA winners after the jump.

Meryl Streep and The Artist Win Big at the 2012 BAFTA Awards

Photo: The Sun

 

Best Film
The Artist

Leading Actor
Jean Dujardin - The Artist

Leading Actress
Meryl Streep - The Iron Lady

Best Supporting Actor
Christopher Plummer - Beginners

Best Supporting Actress
Octavia Spencer - The Help

Outstanding British Film
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy

Outstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director or Producer
Tyrannosaur - Paddy Considine (Director), Diarmid Scrimshaw (Producer)

Best Film Not In The English Language
The Skin I Live In

Best Documentary
Senna

Best Animated Film
Rango 

Best Director
The Artist - Michel Hazanavicius

Best Original Screenplay
The Artist - Michel Hazanavicius

Best Adapted Screenplay
Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy - Bridget O’Connor, Peter Straughan

Best Original Music
The Artist - Ludovic Bource

Best Cinematography
The Artist

Best Editing
Senna

Best Production Design
Hugo

Best Costume Design
The Artist

Best Makeup & Hair
The Iron Lady

Best Sound
Hugo

Best Special Visual Effects
Harry Potter And The Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Best Short Animation
A Morning Stroll

Best Short Film
Pitch Black Heist

The Orange Wednesdays Rising Star Award (Voted For By The Public)
Adam Deacon

Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema
John Hurt

Academy Fellowship
Martin Scorsese

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Story by Lester Brathwaite

I was center square from 1969 to 1978, during which I perfected the art of the zing as well as a crippling cocaine addiction. Bea Arthur was responsible for both. @LesFabian lester at fashionindie.com