Bafta Awards 2013

Hollywood's biggest stars turn out for the Bafta Awards in a wet and cold London.

Christoph Waltz celebrates after winning the Best Supporting Actor award for "Django Unchained". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Christoph Waltz celebrates after winning the Best Supporting Actor award for "Django Unchained". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Mark Strong (L) and Ang Lee, accepting the Best Cinematography award on behalf of Claudio Miranda. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Mark Strong (L) and Ang Lee, accepting the Best Cinematography award on behalf of Claudio Miranda. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

John C. Reilly poses as he arrives for the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

John C. Reilly poses as he arrives for the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Christopher Waltz and his wife Judith Holste. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Christopher Waltz and his wife Judith Holste. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Christoph Waltz celebrates after winning the Best Supporting Actor award for "Django Unchained". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Christoph Waltz celebrates after winning the Best Supporting Actor award for "Django Unchained". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Thomas Newman, winner of Original Film Music for 'Skyfall', poses in the press room with presenters David Morrissey (L) and Paloma Faith (R). Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Thomas Newman, winner of Original Film Music for 'Skyfall', poses in the press room with presenters David Morrissey (L) and Paloma Faith (R). Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Quentin Tarantino celebrates after winning the Best Original Screenplay award for "Django Unchained". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Quentin Tarantino celebrates after winning the Best Original Screenplay award for "Django Unchained". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Mark Andrews (L) and Brenda Chapman (C), winners of the Animated Film film award for 'Brave', pose in the press room with presneter Nicholas Hoult (R). Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Mark Andrews (L) and Brenda Chapman (C), winners of the Animated Film film award for 'Brave', pose in the press room with presneter Nicholas Hoult (R). Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Bart Layton (L) and Dimitri Doganis celebrate after winning the Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer for "The Imposter". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Bart Layton (L) and Dimitri Doganis celebrate after winning the Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer for "The Imposter". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Donald R Elliot, Guillaume Rocheron, Bill Westenhofer and Erik-Jan De Boer celebrate Best Special Visual Effects for "Life of Pi". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Donald R Elliot, Guillaume Rocheron, Bill Westenhofer and Erik-Jan De Boer celebrate Best Special Visual Effects for "Life of Pi". Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Chris Tucker poses for photographers. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Chris Tucker poses for photographers. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

iarmid Scrimshaw and Peter Carlton, winners of the Short Film award for "Swimmer", pose in the press room. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

iarmid Scrimshaw and Peter Carlton, winners of the Short Film award for "Swimmer", pose in the press room. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Presenters of Outstanding British Film Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper pose in the press room. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Presenters of Outstanding British Film Ben Affleck and Bradley Cooper pose in the press room. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

David O. Russell celebrates after winning the Best Adapted Screenplay for "Silver Linings Playbook" with presenters Jennifer Garner and Simon Pegg. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

David O. Russell celebrates after winning the Best Adapted Screenplay for "Silver Linings Playbook" with presenters Jennifer Garner and Simon Pegg. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Tessa Ross celebrates after winning the Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Tessa Ross celebrates after winning the Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Marion Cotillard poses as she arrives for the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Marion Cotillard poses as she arrives for the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Anne Hathaway poses as she arrives for the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Anne Hathaway poses as she arrives for the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Tessa Ross celebrates with Danny Boyle after winning the Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Tessa Ross celebrates with Danny Boyle after winning the Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Cinema the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Samantha Barks poses as she arrives for the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Samantha Barks poses as she arrives for the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Gemma Arterton poses for photographers at the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Gemma Arterton poses for photographers at the British Academy of Film and Arts awards. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Daniel Day-Lewis, winner of the Leading Actor award for 'Lincoln', poses in the press room. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS

Daniel Day-Lewis, winner of the Leading Actor award for 'Lincoln', poses in the press room. Photos: GETTY IMAGES, REUTERS