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Saoirse Ronan at the EE British Academy Film Awards. (Photo: Justin Tallis/AFP/Getty Images)

Anglophenia’s Alan Moloney has been on the red carpet at the EE British Academy Film Awards. The stars have been keeping warm through their own adrenaline, as tonight’s step-and-repeat has been a chilly affair. It’s not as bitterly cold as New York, but London’s not used to such temperatures. We’re delicate flowers over here.

The frosty climate didn’t deter the world’s biggest celebrities from coming out to celebrate the best in the past year of film. First up was Michael Fassbender, who’s having quite the awards season due to his starring role in Steve Jobs:

Next came Saoirse Ronan, who brought along one of her Brooklyn co-stars as her date for the evening:

Meanwhile, Eddie Izzard has entered a life of politics, but that doesn’t mean his acting career’s on hold. He talks to Alan Moloney about how he’s choosing roles these days:

Taron Egerton here talks about the next Kingsman movie and working with Hugh Jackman on the upcoming Eddie the Eagle:

The Danish Girl director Tom Hooper reveals why he cast Eddie Redmayne and Alicia Vikander in their acclaimed roles:

Meanwhile, Carol director Todd Haynes opens up about his next project, an adaptation of Brian Selznick‘s graphic novel Wonderstruck.

Room director Lenny Abrahamson talks about his next project, Chance on Hulu with Hugh Laurie:

Brooklyn screenwriter Nick Hornby relates how he adapted Colm Tóibín‘s novel for the screen:

Actor Riz Ahmed talks to Alan Moloney about his upcoming films Jason Bourne and Rogue One.

EE Rising Star nominee Bel Powley on her role in The Diary of a Teenage Girl:

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By Kevin Wicks
Kevin Wicks is the founding editor of Anglophenia.