If you're planning to punt on the Oscars this year, the word on the street is to pay attention to the BAFTA winners.
Held last night, the British Film and Television Arts Awards are basically the British version of the Oscars and a good predictor of what will win at the big February 27 event.
Looking into the BAFTA crystal ball, we'd say get behind The King's Speech after Colin Firth walked away with Best Actor, Helena Bonham Carter Best Supporting Actress and Geoffrey Rush Best Supporting Actor for the film, which was also awarded Best Film.
The Social Network could also be another contender, with David Fincher taking out Best Director and Best Editing.
Natalie Portman seems on track to take out the Best Actress Oscar, scoring the BAFTA gong in this category for her performance in Black Swan.
As for the rest, take a look at the list of winners:
Best Film: The King's Speech Leading Actor: Colin Firth, The King's Speech Leading Actress: Natalie Portman, Black Swan Supporting Actor: Geoffrey Rush, The King's Speech Supporting Actress: Helena Bonham Carter, The King's Speech Director: David Fincher, The Social Network Original Screenplay: David Seidler, The King's Speech Adapted Screenplay: Aaron Sorkin, The Social Network Film Not In The English Language: The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo Animated Film: Toy Story 3 Outstanding British Film: The King's Speech Outstanding Debut By A British Writer, Director or Producer: Chris Morris, Four Lions Music: The King's Speech Cinematography: True Grit Editing: The Social Network Production Design: Inception Costume Design: Alice In Wonderland Sound: Inception Special Visual Effects: Inception Make-up and Hair: Alice In Wonderland Short Film: Until The River Runs Red The Orange Rising Star Award: Tom Hardy Academy Fellowship: Christopher Lee
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