Bafta Awards: 'Boyhood' picks up top honors
February 9 , 2015
‘Boyhood’ continued its superb run at the awards circuit, picking up the best film and best director prizes at the Bafta Film Awards in London on Sunday night.
Patricia Arquette picked up the best supporting actress for the coming-of-age drama.
Meanwhile, the best acting honor went to Eddie Redmayne for his role as the famous physicist Stephen Hawking in ‘The Theory of Everything’. Redmayne described it as one of the "best nights" of his life.
The film won two more awards for adapted screenplay and outstanding British film.