This year's BAFTA Awards had film's biggest and brightest stars gracing the red carpet, and there were surprise appearances from David Beckham and Tom Cruise. Talent including Eddie Redmayne and Julianne Moore pleased fans when they took home trophies for their incredible work - and Stephen Fry emceed the event, making jokes, kissing guests, and discussing his recent marriage.
As always, it's the funny moments which stand out, so read on for a collection of the night's best quotes – from the show, to the speeches, to the winner's room.
Stephen Fry hosts the 2015 BAFTA Awards
Stephen Fry: "It's been a tough year with both George Clooney and me being removed from the matrimonial market."
Felicity Jones: "I'm delighted to be presenting this award with the only person more intelligent than Stephen Fry..."
Professor Stephen Hawkins: "Yes, and better looking."
Stephen Fry: "When you put Benedict Cumberbatch's name through the enigma code, you get 'red hot public school totty'."
Ralph Fiennes on stage with Julie Walters
Ralph Fiennes to Stephen Fry: "I wish I could have had you as my lobby boy."
Phil Lord and Christopher Miller: "This is my favourite Academy!"
Stephen Beresford (writer of Pride): "If it gets more people to see the film, then they can put Kim and Kanye on the front (of the DVD cover)."
Cuba Gooding Jr, after smooching Stephen Fry: "I've never kissed a member of the royal family before."
Jack O'Connell accepts the EE BAFTA Rising Star Award
Stephen Fry, after watching Prince William's video dedication to Lord Attenborough: "Thanks, Willykins!"
Mike Leigh, speaking to those who had passed up the chance to invest in his films: "Thanks for staying away... and may you all rot in hell"."
Jack O'Connell looking at the collection of BAFTA trophy masks making up the background of the stage set: "Are all these spare BAFTAs? Has anyone claimed them? I should have brought a bag with me."
Julianne Moore, who clearly had something else on her mind as she walked out to present the Best Original Screenplay trophy: "I'm hungry," she told the audience.