BAFTA albert and Julie’s Bicycle have been awarded a total of GBP 586,755 of National Lottery funding over three years. This is part of the new BFI National Lottery Sustainable Screen Fund in support of all BFI National Lottery awardees in building environmental understanding and action on positive environmental change. Keir Powell-Lewis acts as head […]
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BAFTA has announced the winners of the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards. The ceremony celebrated and rewarded the very best programmes and performances of 2021. Richard Ayoade hosted proceedings at the Royal Festival Hall on London’s Southbank, and George Ezra serenaded attendees with a red carpet performance. The guest list of British stars include […]
Dune and The Power of the Dog were among the top performing films at the 2022 EE British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards. An array of global filming destinations were showcased at the event as Denis Villeneuve’s Dune picked up five awards and Jane Campion’s The Power of the Dog won Best Film […]
Twelve of the UK’s largest broadcasters have promised to create content that will educate audiences about the ongoing climate crisis. Major figures from the BBC, Channel 4, ITV and Sky were among those committed to telling stories about the climate thanks to a pledge convened by BAFTA organisation albert. The channels and platforms controlled by […]
BAFTA-winner Paul Webster to give keynote interview at this year’s Film London Production Finance Market
Multi award-winning producer Paul Webster will give the keynote interview at 2021’s Film London Production Finance Market (PFM). The PFM is an annual two-day financing event held during the BFI London Film Festival, and Webster is expected to provide real industry insight by drawing from his 46 years of business experience.
1917 dominated the 2020 BAFTA Film Awards, sweeping seven of the categories. Joker entered the night with the most nominations which translated into three wins on the night. Awards season favourites including Parasite, Little Women, Jojo Rabbit and Once Upon a Time in Hollywood all found success but, despite being nominated in ten categories, The […]
The BAFTA winning BBC comedy series People Just Do Nothing has been adapted into feature film titled Big in Japan.
The fourth iteration of Craftworks, hosted by David Reviews and the Advertising Producers Association, saw a number of industry experts take to the stage including the creative teams behind the recent Bupa commercial and an unaired spot for BBC Radio 1.
As many predicted, after being awarded the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, I, Daniel Blake was crowned as this year’s Outstanding British Film during Sunday night’s BAFTA ceremony.
Garth Davis’s debut feature film, Lion was shot almost entirely in Tasmania and Calcutta. The film stars Dev Patel alongside Rooney Mara, Nicole Kidman and newcomer Sunny Pawar.