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British Academy of Film and Television Arts

British Academy of Film and Television Arts

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) supports, promotes and develops the art forms of the moving image – film, television and video games – by identifying and rewarding excellence, inspiring practitioners and benefiting the public.

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Here are the latest stories:

BAFTA Announces Finalists for Student Film Awards

Barbara Broccoli Appointed BAFTA’s Vice President for Film

BAFTA and Bejing Film Academy Join Hands for Film Education

Jocelyn Stevenson to Receive BAFTA Special Award

BAFTA Committee Chairs and Deputy Chairs Elected

Meet the Winners of the 2015 BAFTA US Film Awards

BAFTA to Honour Downton Abbey with Special Award

Jeff Pope to Receive BAFTA Special Award

BAFTA Film and TV Crew: Call for Applications

BAFTA Announces Dates for British Academy Film Awards

BAFTA to Host ‘A Life In Pictures’ with Alan Rickman

British Academy Television Craft Awards Nominations Announced

British Academy Games Awards Winners Announced

British Film Academy Looking for a Chief Executive

Nominations Announced for the British Academy Film Awards

British Academy Film Awards Nominations to be Live Streamed

Stephen Fry to Host British Academy Film Awards

Peter Firmin to Receive BAFTA Special Award

British Academy Children’s Awards Dates Announced

A Life in Pictures with Oscar-Nominated Director David Fincher

BAFTA Reveals Comedy Talent for Television Festivals

BAFTA Introduces Director Yann Demange to US Film Industry

BAFTA Call for Entries: British Academy Games Awards

Top Screenwriters to Host Lecture Series for BAFTA

Meet BAFTA Winners of Young Game Designers Competition

BAFTA Appoints Anne Morrison as Chair

BAFTA Spreads Filmmaking Awareness in Schools

BAFTA Searches for New Writing Talent for Film and TV

BAFTA Reveals Finalists of Young Game Designers Competition

BAFTA Opens Filmmakers’ Market for Emerging Film Talent

Film and Television Professionals Join BAFTA Crew

More TV Companies Join BAFTA Albert Consortium

BBC and BAFTA Introduce On-Screen ‘Green Certificate’ Albert+

British Academy Film Awards Winners Announced

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