BAFTAs 2016: 'The Revenant' Runs the Show

Alejandro Inarritu and Leonardo DiCaprio show off their awards with Tom Cruise.
Alejandro Gonzálex Iñárritu, left, and Leonardo DiCaprio, right, show off their awards with Tom Cruise at the BAFTA awards in London, February 14. Ian Gavan/Getty Images

Survival drama The Revenant dominated Sunday's British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) awards, with director Alejandro González Iñárritu and actor Leonardo DiCaprio both taking top prizes.

The epic, which is based the story of fur-trapper Hugh Glass' recovery from a bear attack, scooped five awards, including best film, best cinematography and best sound. The cast and crew will be hoping the BAFTAs provide a reliable indicator for the Oscars, which take place on February 28.

DiCaprio said he was "humbled and honored" to receive the award and cited the influence of British actors, including Gary Oldman and Daniel Day Lewis, on his career. The 41-year-old star also used the limelight to wish his mother a happy birthday. Iñárritu dedicated the award to his wife, with whom he celebrates his 24th anniversary on Monday.

Apocalyptic thriller Mad Max: Fury Road picked up four awards, including best costume design and best makeup, while the latest installment in the Star Wars series scooped two gongs. U.S. actress Brie Larson won best leading actress for starring as a kidnapped mother in Room .

Here is the complete list of winners, along with Newsweek's pre-awards predictions:

Best Film

Winner: The Revenant

We predicted: The Revenant

Best Actor

Winner: Leonardo DiCaprio

We predicted: Leonardo DiCaprio

Best Actress

Winner: Brie Larson

We predicted: Brie Larson

Best Director

Winner: Alejandro González Iñárritu

We predicted: Alejandro González Iñárritu

Outstanding British Film

Winner: Brooklyn

We predicted: Brooklyn

Best Supporting Actor

Winner: Mark Rylance, Bridge of Spies

Best Supporting Actress

Winner: Kate Winslet, Steve Jobs

Best Adapted Screenplay

Winner: The Big Short

Best Animated Film

Winner: Inside Out

Best Make-Up and Hair

Winner: Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Original Music

Winner: The Hateful Eight

Best Cinematography

Winner: The Revenant

Best Original Screenplay

Winner: Spotlight

Best Costume Design

Winner: Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Documentary

Winner: Amy

Best Production Design

Winner: Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Editing

Winner: Mad Max: Fury Road

Best Sound

Winner: The Revenant

Best Film Not in the English Language

Winner: Wild Tales

Best Special Effects

Winner: Star Wars: The Force Awakens

Fellowship Award

Winner: Sir Sidney Poitier

Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer

Winner: Naji Abu Nowar, Rupert Lloyd, Theeb

Best British Short Film

Winner: Operator

Best British Short Animation

Winner: Edmond

Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema

Winner: Angels Costumes

EE Rising Star

Winner: John Boyega