The BAFTA awards were handed out in London today by the British Film Academy and, as usual, Brokeback Mountain took home a whole pile of awards. The film won both best picture and best adapted screenplay, and director Ang Lee got yet another trophy to add to his drooping mantle. There was, however, one surprise in Brokeback's triumph: Jake Gyllenhaal was named best supporting actor, thus (unofficially) becoming the first member of the always-nominated gay cowboy couple to actually win something.

Other big winners included best actor Philip Seymour Hoffman (whose mantle must be getting awfully full in its own right), best actress Reese Witherspoon, and non-Bond girl Thandie Newton, who was named best supporting actress for her work in Crash.