'Boyhood', 'Grand Budapest Hotel' big winners at BAFTA 2015

February 9, 2015 3:55 AM

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Coming-of-age drama 'Boyhood' won three of the biggest awards at the BAFTA 2015 but it was Wes Anderson's whimsical drama 'The Grand Budapest Hotel' that dominated the ceremony by taking home five trophies.

'Boyhood', a moving, groundbreaking film about growing up, was shot with the same actors for over 12 years, bagged the best film, best director for Richard Linklater while Patricia Arquette, 46, won the best supporting actress for the portrayal of a doting divorced mother of two kids.

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