Three Billboards swept the board at the Baftas 2018, bagging five awards from the night.
The hit film scored gongs for best supporting actor, best actress, best original screenplay, best British film and best film on the night.
Joanna Lumley was at the helm leading proceedings, which saw the likes of Sam Rockwell take home a gong as well as hit movie Call Me By Your Name. Gary Oldman was awarded for best actor, while Daniel Kaluuya took EE Rising Star.
Here’s everything that happened on the night:
Cirque Du Soleil set everyone’s nerves on edge with the their opening performance which paid tribute to The Shape Of Water
Jennifer Lawrence rocked the British nation with her inability to take a compliment from Joanna Lumley.
Daniel Kaluuya forgets his words as he accepts his award for rising star: ‘I’ve gone blank!’
Lupita Nyong o looked like an absolute godess presenting the award for best supporting actor.
I Am Not A Witch’s Rungano Nyoni and Emily Morgan give a beautiful acceptance speech that had the audience in tears
Helena Bonham Carter went all weird and kissed James Ivory’s shoulder instead of his cheek after he won best adapted screenplay.
Gary Oldman thanked the world and his son for his best actor gong before having a bit of a tear up.
Bryan Cranston did an English accent and now we think he should be the next James Bond.
Frances McDormand reveals why she didn’t wear black: ‘I don’t like to conform!’
But she still stands with her sisters, so it’s all good.
Three Billboards wins almost everything bagging awards for best supporting actor, best actress, best original screenplay, best british film and best film.
Ridley Scott was honoured with the Bafta fellowship award, introduced by Prince William and presented by Kenneth Branagh
Doesn’t look that happy about it though, does he?