Boyhood was the big winner at the EE British Academy Film Awards ceremony in London Sunday.
The family drama was named Best Picture, while Richard Linklater -- the man who shot it over 12 years -- was named Best Director and co-star Patricia Arquette was declared Best Supporting Actress.
The Theory of Everything earned the Best British Film honor, while its lead Eddie Redmayne went home with the Best Actor statuette. The Stephen Hawking biopic also picked up the prize for Best Adapted Screenplay.
Julianne Moore earned the accolade for Best Actress for her portrayal of a brilliant linguistics professor suffering from early onset Alzheimer's in Still Alice.
The quirky comedy The Grand Budapest Hotel garnered the honors for Best Costume Design, Production Design, Makeup & Hair, Original Music and Original Screenplay.
The music-themed drama Whiplash scored the awards for Best Supporting Actor for J.K Simmons, Best Editing and Best Sound.
The Lego Movie received the BAFTA for Animated Film, and the Special Visual Effects prize went to Interstellar. The award for Best Documentary was won by Citizenfour.
The EE Rising Star Award, voted for by the public, was presented to Unbroken lead Jack O'Connell.
The ceremony took place at the Royal Opera House, with Stephen Fry serving as host for a 10th time.