Tune in to BBC1 at 9pm tonight for all the posh frocks, dazzling smiles and tearful speeches from the BAFTA awards.
With writers still feeling militant over the pond, it's likely that the BAFTAs will take on more significance than usual this year. The Golden Globes were a mere news conference, and it's not yet clear what form this year's Oscars will take.
Not only that, but there are British entries in all the main categories, with Atonement amongst the favourites.
A full list of nominations can be found at the BAFTAs website.
UPDATE, 21:30 GMT:
Atonement was named as best film, Daniel Day-Lewis as best actor for There Will Be Blood and Tilda Swinton as Best Supporting Actress for Michael Clayton. But Julie Christie missed out.
Full list of winners: