The Orange British Academy Film Awards, one of the world's leading film awards ceremonies, returns to BBC One tonight. This year, The King's Speech and Black Swan lead the way with 14 and 12 nominations respectively, as both Colin Firth and Natalie Portman hope to secure a coveted Bafta statue for their leading roles. Once again, the BBC's exclusive coverage of the night kicks off with a special red carpet show on BBC Three from about 7pm. Hosted by *sighs* Edith Bowman, the show captures the anticipation and build-up to the ceremony, featuring the arrivals of A-list nominees and big-name guests, as well as going behind the scenes of the UK's most star-studded annual event.The action then transfers to the magnificent Royal Opera House auditorium for full coverage of the ceremony on BBC One. Hosted once again by Wossy, and attended by some of the greatest film talent from the UK and across the globe, awards will be given for excellence in production and performance plus special awards bestowed for outstanding achievement. The night also sees Christopher Lee, star of films including Dracula, The Curse of Frankenstein, The Wicker Man, The Man with the Golden Gun and the Lord of the Rings films, receive the Academy Fellowship for his outstanding contribution to cinema over the past six decades.