Baftas 2015: Theory of Everything named Outstanding British Film

Baftas 2015: Theory of Everything named Outstanding British Film

When I saw it I thoughht it was inspiring,my husband and daughter thought it was sad.I find this disease more frustrating than sad

Baftas 2015: Stars gather as Baftas get under way

British hopefuls, including Eddie Redmayne and Rosamund Pike, have begun arriving at the Bafta Film Awards.

Stars on the red carpet at London's Royal Opera House also include homegrown nominees Benedict Cumberbatch and Keira Knightley alongside US stars Michael Keaton and Reese Witherspoon.

The London ceremony, hosted by Stephen Fry, is the biggest awards event in the British film calendar.

Surreal comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel leads the pack with 11 nominations.

You can follow coverage of the award ceremony on our live page.

A Brilliant and very moving and positive film

A MUST see

I thought it was a beautiful love story... more to it than revealed of course. I read about the background of the nurse afterwards.

I was a babbling mess almost from the start, boy did effect me.(I am a not usually like that) many people may see themselves as Stephen, as I did, or his carer and how disability effects relationships.The first thoughts I had were negative(I felt sorry for myself) my thoughts then changed to positive. Its a great film to have out there, a must see. It was like a tumble drier of emotions. Take your tissues!!!! take the positive. Peter Ashbourne England