The 2019 Baftas – or the 72nd British Academy Film Awards, to give it its full name – is the penultimate major ceremony of this year's awards season, with only the Oscars left to follow in a fortnight. Joanna Lumley is hosting for the second year running and we'll tell you how to watch all the prize giving with the information you need to get a Baftas live stream.
This year's awards are dominated by the darkly comic The Favourite, starring Olivia Colman as Queen Anne. With 12 nominations – including Best Film, Best Director and Best Actress – it is followed by A Star Is Born, Bohemian Rhapsody, First Man and Roma; each with seven.
Of the stars that will be hitting the Baftas red carpet, the likes of Emma Stone, Claire Foy and Adam Driver should all be in attendance following the nominations for their performances – although Lady Gaga has reportedly chosen to head to the Grammys, instead. While legendary editor Thelma Schoonmaker, who worked on most of Martin Scorsese's major pictures, will be honoured with the Bafta Fellowship for her services to film.
So whether you're watching to see who has won the awards themselves, or maybe your interest is more in star spotting, you can get a Baftas live stream from anywhere by following the information below.
How to watch a Baftas live stream if you're away from your country
If you're really keen to catch the Baftas coverage today but you're abroad, then you'll find that your normal route to watch is likely to be geo-blocked. If that's the case and the country you're in isn't showing the awards then there is another way.
How to watch a Baftas live stream in the UK
How to watch the 2019 Baftas in the USA
How to watch the Bafta film awards in Australia