Guests at the Bafta Film Awards united in support of the Time's Up and Me Too campaigns by wearing black to the ceremony in London.
Some stars, like Angelina Jolie, were accompanied by rights and equality campaigners.
The drama Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri is the big winner at the 71st BAFTA awards - taking out five awards including best film.
Its lead actress Frances McDormand won best actress, while Sam Rockwell won for best supporting actor.
Veteran actor Gary Oldman won best actor for his portrayal of Winston Churchill in The Darkest Hour, while Allison Janney took out best supporting actress for I Tonya.
The best director award went to Guillermo Del Toro for The Shape of Water.
New Zealander screenwriter Anthony McCarten who was up for a BAFTA for his work on The Darkest Hour came away empty-handed.
Many attendees also wore Time's Up badges - all in reference to a push for greater respect and equality since the Hollywood sexual harassment scandal.
The Duchess of Cambridge wore a dark green dress with a black ribbon belt.
Bethan Holt, fashion news and features director at The Telegraph, told BBC News: "The Royal Family very rarely get involved in political messaging, so perhaps it's not such a surprise that she didn't join in with the rest of the women and wear black tonight."
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