BAFTA Update
‘Fantastic session with Cinematographer Erik Wilson and gaffer Andy Lowe at the  @bfinetwork @BAFTAGuruMasterclass @HOME_mcr‘ – @creativeengland
Our annual ceremony in Scotland honours the very best talent in the film, games and television produced in the country over the past year, and will take place at the Radisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow, on 5 November.

T2 Trainspotting leads the way with a total of five nominations, including three for actors Ewen Bremner, Robert Carlyle and Ewan McGregor, followed by In Plain Sight and  The Replacement with three nominations each. Two Outstanding Contribution awards will be presented at the ceremony next month.

Find out who’s been nominated this year

Upcoming Events
BAFTA at 70 continues with a special LEGO-themed Games event for children and families, celebrating one of our biggest Games Award winners, TT Games.
The team behind the hit BBC Three mockumentary will discuss their creative process and the evolution of the show from YouTube to BAFTA-winning comedy.
Two all-day events in London and Bristol on marketing and distributing your short film, presented with the British Council in association with Shooting People. Sessions include: The Festival Circuit and Crowdfunding your way to success! 
Now you know who’s been nominated for our Scotland Awards, find out who’s the best in Wales! Our annual British Academy Cymru Awards take place in Cardiff this Sunday so join us live from the red carpet at 18.30 on Facebook to see who’ll be taking home our coveted BAFTA Cymru trophies.
If you’re wondering who’s picking this year’s Beakthrough Brits, wonder no more. Last week we revealed our jury of experts, which includes Will Poulter, Vicky McClure, Jenna Coleman, Brenda Romero, Reggie Yates and Tom Harper. They’ve finally whittled down the list to a select few, who’ll go on to receive a year of BAFTA mentoring and support. We’ll announce our 2017 Breakthrough Brits on Wednesday 25 October.
New on BAFTA Guru
Director Francis Lee + actor Josh O’Connor discuss Yorkshire-set romance God’s Own Country, exploring their portrayals of intimacy + the inspiration behind the film.
The cast + crew of The Commuter, part of Channel 4’s Electric Dreams anthology, discuss adapting the work of Philip K. Dick + what makes a good sci-fi show.
The creative team behind BAFTA-winning National Treasure, including director Marc Munden + actor Tim McInnerny, discuss the show’s dark subject matter + how to spot a good script.
gsb-email-logo-footer-01-23884.gif social-buttons-2013-spacer-110px-02-23887.gif

social-buttons-2013-spacer-110px-02-23887.gif social-buttons-2013-facebook-01-23877.gif social-buttons-2013-spacer-5px-01-23883.gif social-buttons-2013-twitter-02-23882.gif social-buttons-2013-spacer-5px-01-23883.gif social-buttons-2013-youtube-01-23881.gif social-buttons-2013-spacer-5px-01-23883.gif social-buttons-2013-itunes-01-23878.gif social-buttons-2013-spacer-5px-01-23883.gif social-buttons-2013-soundcloud-01-23879.gif

Copyright © 2017 BAFTA, All rights reserved.
Walter Nicoletti
Follow Me

Lascia un commento

Il tuo indirizzo email non sarà pubblicato. I campi obbligatori sono contrassegnati *

20 − quattro =