'Skyfall' won the film prize at the 2013 South Bank Sky Arts awards.

The 23rd James Bond flick picked up the prestigious title at the ceremony in London's The Dorchester hotel on Tuesday (12.03.13), which was hosted by Lord Melvyn Bragg.

Another big winner at the event was the London 2012 Olympic Games, with the visual arts award going to Thomas Heatherwick's golden cauldron and the BBC winning big in the TV categories after they broadcast the events, taking home the comedy prize for 'Twenty Twelve'.

Actress Julie Walters won the outstanding achievement award, with actor Tom Hiddleston accepting the Times breakthrough award for his work in films such 'War Horse' and 'Avengers Assemble'.

Singer songwriter Jessie Ware scooped the Pop music award, while the literature prize was award to author Hilary Mantel for 'Bring Up the Bodies'.

Other winners included the National Theatre's adaptation of Mark Haddon's 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' and Tom Stoppard's BBC2 adaptation of Ford Maddox Ford's 'Parade's End' in the the drama category.

South Bank Sky Arts awards winners:

Comedy: 'Twenty Twelve' BBC2 presented by Russell Kane

Theatre: 'The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'

Visual art: Thomas Heatherwick, London 2012 Olympic Cauldron

Times breakthrough award: Tom Hiddleston

Film: 'Skyfall'

Opera: 'Ghost Patrol', Scottish Opera and Music Theatre Wales

Pop music: Jessie Ware

Dance:' A Streetcar Named Desire', Scottish Ballet

Classical: London Philharmonic Orchestra, Julian Anderson, Ryan Wigglesworth - The Discovery of Heaven, Royal Festival Hall

TV drama: 'Parade's End', BBC2

Literature: 'Bring Up The Bodies', Hilary Mantel