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BAFTA 9m
Storytelling is king! In this Shaping Your Story session , and share how they generate ideas, shape narratives and draw an audiences in to a story.
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BAFTA 2h
Join us at 6 for this unmissable Masterclass with Samantha Morton πŸŽ‰ Book your place now!
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BAFTA Games 2h
Heeey Zag-man! Join us on 11 November as gets into the craft of HADES with the team at as part of the Guru Live festival. You can register for free here!
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BAFTA 5h
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BAFTA-nominated Luther stars as a troubled police officer, fighting his own demons. His menacing portrayal captivated global audiences & made Luther one of the most must-see police dramas in the UK. Watch on iPlayer. for
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BAFTA 6h
Tonight Samantha Morton () joins us to discuss her amazing career from Morvern Callar to Minority Report to I Am... Kirsty, for which she was nominated for a BAFTA this year! Book your place now!πŸ‘‡ Supported by
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BAFTA 7h
All updated now, apologies! You should be able to book.
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BAFTA 7h
Tomorrow we've got an online Q&A for The Trial of the Chicago 7 πŸ› Packed full of talent, with actors Eddie Redmayne, , Jeremy Strong, Yahya Abdul-Mateen II () and director Aaron Sorkin!Β  It's FREE, but you have to BOOK NOW to reserve your place!!!
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BAFTA 23h
What do you need to know when trying to break into the industry? Hear from experts including producers and commissioning editors as they discuss the landscape of TV in the world of COVID-19, with practical advice & tips on skills development Supported by
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BAFTA Oct 26
We're about to go live in 5 minutes! Join us now πŸ‘‰
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BAFTA Oct 26
In his masterclass Remi Weekes explores making his debut feature , a startling exploration of trauma & the refugee experience and takes us through his career from shorts, to becoming one of the most exciting new voices in genre filmmaking Supported by
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BAFTA Oct 26
Resilience is important for enhancing your creativity, productivity and wellbeing. For junior members of the industry, this session will explore your experiences and discuss the tools that can help you develop greater resilience in your work and personal life.
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Sheffield Doc/Fest Oct 23
πŸ“£Calling all artists, filmmakers & creators! 2 weeks until our Early Entry deadline for both our Film & Arts Programme! To be considered for launching or premiering as part of our 2021 official selection, apply for our Early deadline by 6 November 23:59
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BAFTA Oct 26
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Adapted from Andrea Levy's novel, BAFTA-nominated Small Island tells the story of Jamaican immigrants in World War II. With Naomie Harris, David Oyelowo & Ashley Walters, it brought the histories of normal Black Britons to the small screen. for
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BAFTA Oct 26
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BAFTA Cymru Oct 25
British Academy Cymru Awards 2020: view the full list of winners πŸ’«πŸ‘πŸ† Rhestr enillwyr Gwobrau yr Academi Brydeinig yng Nghymru πŸ’«πŸ‘πŸ†
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BAFTA Cymru Oct 25
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The marvelous Jonathan Pryce, one of The Two Popes nominated, is just happy to finally get that award! Croeso mawr i deulu enillwyr BAFTA Jonathan!
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BAFTA Cymru Oct 25
We are delighted to present this year’s BAFTA Special Award for Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television to Art Director and Production Designer, Les Dilley. πŸ†πŸ’« Llongyfarchiadau Les! ✨
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BAFTA Cymru Oct 25
Our Breakthrough Award πŸ’« πŸ† in 2020 is presented to producer for her work on On the Edge: Adulting – congratulations Lisa! Llongyfarchiadau mawr! Supported by
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BAFTA Cymru Oct 25
The Actress award for 2020 goes to Ruth Wilson for her role as Mrs Coulter in – llongyfarchiadau on your award Ruth! πŸ†βœ¨ Supported by
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BAFTA Oct 25
Congratulations for your well deserved win at the for the brilliant In My Skin!
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