Record-breaking James Bond hit 'Skyfall' was a double winner at Monday night's Evening Standard British Film Awards.
The 007 flick - which has become the UK's biggest ever box office hit - was named Best Film, while viewers voted it their Blockbuster Of The Year.
Comedy actor Sacha Baron Cohen - whose outrageous characters have included 'Borat', 'Bruno' and 'Ali G' - took an honorary title, the Editor's Award, to celebrate his "extraordinary achievement".
Oscar nominee Daniel Day-Lewis missed out on the Best Actor award, despite huge acclaim for his lead role in 'Lincoln'.
Instead the prize went to Toby Jones for the independent art house film 'Berberian Sound Studio', which sees him play a British sound designer in the homage to 1970s Italian horror.
Andrea Riseborough collected the Best Actress prize for her role as an IRA terrorist in 'Shadow Dancer'. But journalist Tom Bradby missed out on winning Best Screenplay for his work in bringing his novel to the screen.
That award went to Malcolm Campbell for 'What Richard Did'.
The drama, based on the novel Bad Day In Blackrock by Kevin Power, tells the story of 18-year-old Richard Karlsen, whose life is changed forever after a senseless act of violence.
The Peter Sellers award for comedy went to deranged road movie Sightseers, directed by Ben Wheatley.
The black comedy had jointly led the nominations with gang drama My Brother The Devil, with each having been put forward in three categories.