The 25 Best BAFTA Moments
The 25 Best BAFTA Moments
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On Sunday 14 February, the mighty of the film world will gather at the Royal Theater, Covent Garden, for the 69th BAFTA ceremony. In anticipation of the evening when the British Academy of Film and Television Arts will name the best figures of 2015, we recall the most notable moments in the history of the award. For example, the 2004 ceremony, at which Tim Burton and Helena Bonham Carter were still together, or a glimpse in 2003, when Martin Scorsese kissed Catherine Zeta-Jones on the cheek, who took the Best Supporting Actress prize in the film Chicago, while he himself was left aside by Roman Polanski and his "The Pianist".

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Ben Affleck, George Clooney and Grant Haslow, 2013

See the 2009 winners posing backstage - Mickey Rourke, Penelope Cruz and Kate Winslet - or the late Heath Ledger walking the red carpet with Michelle Williams? Then, in 2006, the latter did not get anything at BAFTA, but in 2009 Ledger was posthumously awarded a statuette for Best Supporting Actor in The Dark Knight - not only at BAFTA, but also at the Oscars. We suggest you refresh these and other bright moments right now.

Cate Blanchett, 2014

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Eddie Redmayne, 2012

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