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Britain names BAFTA winners

FOR USE OF GRAVITY - MUST COURTESY WARNER BROS. WITH NO ARCHIVE, NO RESALE AND NO WIRELESS USE; FOR USE OF 12 YEARS A SLAVE MUST COURTESY ENTERTAINMENTONE WITH NO ARCHIVE, NO RESALE AND NO WIRELESS USE; FOR USE OF BLUE JASMINE MUST COURTESY WARNER BROS. WITH NO ARCHIVE, NO RESALE AND NO WIRELESS USE; FOR USE OF CAPTAIN PHILLIPS MUST COURTESY SONY PICTURES WITH NO ARCHIVE, NO RESALE AND NO WIRELESS USE; The harrowing drama '12 years a slave' scooped the Best Actor award for British star Chiwetel Ejiofor and Best Film award for director Steve McQueen at Britain's top movie honours, the BAFTAs. (SOUNDBITE((English) '12 YEARS A SLAVE' DIRECTOR STEVE MCQUEEN SAYING: "Right now there are 21 million people in slavery as we sit here, 21 million people. I just hope that 150 years from now our ambivalence will not allow another film maker to make this film." But it was space thriller 'Gravity' which landed the biggest haul of honours including Outstandi

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