The winners of this year's British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Awards have been announced. 

The winners of this year's 77th BAFTA Awards were announced at a ceremony held at the Royal Albert Hall in London, the capital of England.

The movie Oppenheimer, which had 13 nominations, won 7 awards including "Best Film". The director of the movie, Christopher Nolan, was awarded the best director award and the lead actor Cillian Murphy was awarded the best actor award.

Robert Downey Jr., one of the stars of the movie, was also awarded the best supporting actor award. Nominated in 11 categories, Poor Things won 5 awards.

Emma Stone, the lead actress of the movie, won the best actress Bafta award.

"20 Days in Mariupol", about the Ukrainian city of Mariupol, which was under Russian siege for a long time, won the award for best documentary.

The best British film award went to "The Zone of Interest" directed by Jonathan Flazer.

The ceremony hosted many world-famous stars. Prince William also took his place in the hall after the red carpet at the Bafta Awards.

Paul Laverty unfurled a banner for Palestine at the awards ceremony.

The Bafta awards are considered a precursor to the Oscars. The Oscar awards will be handed out on March 10th.