The leading lady of 'The Favourite' receives the highest honor from the British Film Institute during a star-studded Chairman's Dinner in London a little over a week after winning her first Oscar.

AceShowbiz - Actress Olivia Colman followed up her Oscar win with the most prestigious prize at British Film Institute on Wednesday, May 06.

The star, who picked up the Academy Award for Best Actress at the Los Angeles prizegiving just over a week ago on February 24 for her role as Queen Anne in "The Favourite", stunned in a glamorous black gown as she attended the BFI's star-studded Chairman's Dinner in London.

Colman picked up the BFI Fellowship at the ceremony, which was also attended by A-listers like her "Broadchurch" castmate David Tennant and Tobias Menzies.

The BFI Fellowship is the highest accolade bestowed by the institution.

"I am thrilled the BFI is giving its highest honour, the BFI Fellowship, to Olivia Colman, at such an exciting point in her career," BFI chairman Josh Berger gushed in a statement. "Olivia is a brilliant comic actor and one of the industry's finest dramatic performers."

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