Where to watch Oppenheimer, Poor Things and all the BAFTA winning films of 2024

Last night at the Royal Albert Hall, we celebrated British filmmaking at the annual BAFTA Awards, with twelve films taking home awards.

Christopher Nolan’s sweeping epic Oppenheimer dominated, winning six awards, including Best Film Best Director and Leading Actor. Poor Things, Yorgos Lanthimos’ stylish adaptation of Alasdair Gray’s novel, also received plenty of recognition, particularly for its colourful, steampunk-inspired design, winning five awards.

Overall, though, the evening was a celebration of British filmmakers. Savanah Leaf took home the award for Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer for her harrowing, confronting portrayal of an impoverished single mother, while Mia McKenna-Bruce won the EE Rising Star Award for her acclaimed turn in How to Have Sex.

Even Emma Stone, who took home the Leading Actress award for her wonderfully weird performance as the British Bella in Poor Things, gave Britain a shout out in her acceptance speech: “Thank you England for accepting me.”

Here’s where can you watch the BAFTA winning films of 2024:


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