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Here's where you can watch all of 2024's BAFTA-winning films

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Where to watch the BAFTA-winning films of 2024Universal

The 77th annual British Academy Film Awards were held at London’s Royal Festival Hall on Sunday 18th February. The stars came out in force to celebrate the very best cinema of the last 12 months, including Claire Foy, Hugh Grant, Emily Blunt, Emma Stone and many more.

David Tennant led the evening’s proceedings as the show’s host, and delivered a memorable opening skit featuring Stanley Tucci, Tom Hiddleston, Michael Sheen and his adorably-named dog, Bark Ruffalo.

Sophie Ellis-Bextor performed her 2001 hit 'Murder on the Dancefloor' - which is experiencing a resurgence in the charts thanks to the Saltburn soundtrack - but amongst all the shenanigans and performances, some excellent films won some well-deserved awards, too.

Oppenheimer was the biggest winner of the night, scooping no less than seven awards, including Best Film, while Cillian Murphy picked up Best Leading Actor for his portrayal of the creator of the atomic bomb.

Like us, you might be wondering where you can watch all the films that won big at the 2024 BAFTAs, so we've rounded up the winners and found out exactly where you can watch them right now.

Where to watch the BAFTA-winning films of 2024

Oppenheimer

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Universal

Won: Best film, Director (Christopher Nolan), Leading Actor (Cillian Murphy), Supporting actor (Robert Downey Jr.), Original score, Cinematography, Editing

Written and directed by Christopher Nolan, Oppenheimer tells the true story of J. Robert Oppenheimer, the theoretical physicist who is credited as the 'father of the atomic bomb', after he led the infamous Manhattan Project, which produced the world's first nuclear weapons.

Poor Things

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Searchlight Pictures - Hearst Owned

Won: Leading Actress (Emma Stone), Production design, Costume design, Make up & hair, Special visual effects

Poor Things centres around Bella Baxter (played by Emma Stone), a young woman in Victorian London who is resurrected by a scientist following her death and embarks on a whirlwind adventure across the continents.

  • In cinemas

  • Amazon Prime Video (from 27 February)

  • Apple TV+ (from 27 February)

The Zone of Interest

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A24 - Hearst Owned

Won: Outstanding British film, Film not in the English language, Sound

The commandant of Auschwitz, Rudolf Höss, and his wife Hedwig, strive to build a dream life for their family in a house and garden that borders the wall of the camp.

  • In cinemas

  • Amazon Prime Video (date TBC)

The Holdovers

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Seacia Pavao - Universal

Won: Supporting actress (Da'Vine Joy Randolph), Casting

Set at a New England boarding school in the winter of 1970, a curmudgeonly teacher (Paul Giamatti) and school cafeteria manager (Da'Vine Joy Randolph) must stay in campus and chaperone a group of students with nowhere to go on Christmas break.

Anatomy of a Fall

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Lionsgate

Won: Original screenplay

When Sandra becomes the main suspect in the death of her husband, their visually challenged son is called in as a key witness in the trial.

The Boy and The Heron

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GKids - Hearst Owned

Won: Animated film

A young boy struggles to settle in a new town after his mother's death, until a talking heron informs him that his mother is still alive and he sets off to find her.

  • In cinemas

American Fiction

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MGM - Hearst Owned

Won: Adapted screenplay

Fed up with the establishment profiting from relying on tired and offensive tropes of Black culture, a novelist uses a pen name to write an outlandish Black book of his own, which propels him to the centre of the hypocrisy he claims to disdain.

  • In cinemas

20 Days in Mariupol

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PBS Distribution - Hearst Owned

Won: Documentary

As the only international reporters who remain in the besieged city of Mariupol, a team of Ukrainian journalists trapped in the city document the atrocities of the Russian invasion.

Earth Mama

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A24 - Hearst Owned

Won: Outstanding debut by a British writer, director or producer

A moving feature debut from Savannah Leaf, Gia is a pregnant single mother with two children in foster care who embraces her Bay Area community as she fights to reclaim her family.

Crab Day

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NFTS - Hearst Owned

Won: British Short Animation

Crab Day tells the story of a young boy faced with an annual fishing ritual in which he must kill a crab to become a man.

Jellyfish and Lobster

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BAFTA - Hearst Owned

Won: British short film

Brought together in a moment of mischief, two elderly care home residents form an unlikely relationship when they make a discovery.

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