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The Storyteller: Neil Gaiman, Jim Henson Co. Reimagining Anthology Series

The Storyteller: Neil Gaiman, Jim Henson Co. reimagining anthology series Deadline is reporting that The Storyteller anthology series will be reimagined by Fremantle Media, The Jim Henson Company, and author/TV writer-producer Neil Gaiman (American Gods, Good Omens). PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRefresh || {'gptAds':[], 'gptStandAlone':[]}; googletag.cmd.push(function() { var standAl...
Tags: UK, TV, Movies, Neil Gaiman, TV News, BAFTA, Lisa Henson, Lisa, Neil, Fremantle, Amazon Studios, Jim Henson, Henson, Gaiman, The Jim Henson Company, Anthony Minghella


Vue International Chief Slams BAFTA for Awarding Prizes to ‘Roma’

Tim Richards, the founder and chief executive of Vue International, one of the largest cinema chains in Europe, has slammed the British Academy of Film and Television Arts for awarding prizes to Netflix’s “Roma.” Alfonso Cuaron’s black-and-white film, which is also up for several Oscars, won four BAFTAs at the awards ceremony in London on […]
Tags: Europe, London, News, Global, Netflix, BAFTA, Roma, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Tim Richards, Roma Alfonso Cuaron


Vue International Chief Slams BAFTA For Awarding Prizes to Netflix’s ‘Roma’

Tim Richards, founder and chief executive of Vue International, which is one of the largest cinema chains in Europe, has slammed the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ for awarding prizes to Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma.” In an open letter to BAFTA chief executive Amanda Berry, Richards said “BAFTA has not lived up to its […]
Tags: Europe, News, Global, Netflix, Alfonso Cuarón, BAFTA, Roma, British Academy of Film and Television Arts, Tim Richards, Vue International, Amanda Berry Richards


Rocketman Featurette Highlights Taron Egerton’s Performance

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Rocketman featurette highlights Taron Egerton’s performance Paramount Pictures has released the first featurette for their forthcoming Elton John biopic Rocketman, featuring interviews with director Dexter Fletcher and music producer Giles Martin talking about Taron Egerton’s incredible portrayal of the iconic singer. Check out the video below! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRefresh = PB.gptAutoRe...
Tags: Movies, Washington, Elton John, BAFTA, Secret Service, Paramount Pictures, Eagle, Richard Madden, Bernie Taupin, Royal Academy of Music, Taron Egerton, Dexter Fletcher, Giles Martin, Movie News, Taron Egerton Kingsman, Rocket Pictures


2019 WGA Awards Winners: ‘Eighth Grade’ and ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ Surprise with Top Honors

Over the weekend, the Writers Guild of America handed out their annual awards honoring the best writing in film and television, and they’re definitely shaking things up in the final week before the Oscars. While Roma has been the Oscar favorite for some time now, earning the Directors Guild of America’s top honors, Green Book walked away with the Producers Guild of America’s big trophy. Meanwhile Black Panther landed a Screen Actors Guild awards victory for ensemble cast, and the American Cinem...
Tags: Hollywood, Movies, Stephen Colbert, Mexico, Awards, Homeland, BAFTA, Jesus, Spike Lee, Bob, Seth Meyers, Writers Guild Of America, Roma, Samantha, Barry, Producers Guild of America


The sound-editor mum up for an Oscar

At home Nina Hartstone runs the PTA and feeds the cat, at work she's a Bafta-winning sound editor. Now she's in line for an Oscar.
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Meet The Favourite's Bafta-winning working mums

Production designers Fiona Crombie and Alice Felton discuss combining work, motherhood and creating the set for The Favourite.
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BAFTA-Nominated Director Stephen Fingleton Acquitted of Sexual Assault Charge

BAFTA-nominated director Stephen Fingleton has been cleared of sexual assault. The case came to a close in a London court on Wednesday, with the jury finding the Northern Irish director not guilty. He had been accused of sexually assaulting an actress – who was in her 20s and cannot be named, in accordance with U.K. […]
Tags: London, News, Global, BAFTA, Sensitive, The Survivalist, Stephen Fingleton


How ‘The Missing’ Team Created a New Series for Tcheky Karyo’s ‘Baptiste’

The team behind hit drama series “The Missing” have expanded the universe, and Tcheky Karyo’s Julien Baptise is back in action. This time the French detective is helping a man (Tom Hollander) find his niece, a sex worker who has disappeared in Amsterdam. As with the earlier show, BAFTA-winning writers Harry Williams and Jack Williams […]
Tags: News, Global, Spotlight, Amsterdam, The Missing, BAFTA, Berlinale, Baptiste, Tom Hollander, Jack Williams, Harry Williams, Julien Baptise


2019 BAFTA Winners: ‘Roma’ Takes the Top Prizes, But ‘The Favourite’ Has a Strong Showing Too

Last night, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) announced their winners. The 2019 BAFTA winners mostly followed suit with the rest of the awards season by giving Roma not only Best Film, but also their award for Film Not in the English Language. Best Director also went to Alfonso Cuarón, who won Best Cinematography too. But the British-made film The Favourite actually came away with more awards. Find out more about the 2019 BAFTA winners below. The Favourite came away with...
Tags: Movies, Abc, Awards, Alfonso Cuarón, BAFTA, Rachel Weisz, Amy Adams, Academy, Roma, Favourite, Melissa Mccarthy, Baftas, Rami Malek, Sam Rockwell, Mary Poppins, British Academy of Film and Television Arts BAFTA


AMC Announces New and Returning Series for 2019

AMC announces new and returning series for 2019 Though AMC might be ending both Into the Badlands and The Son this year, there are a host of new shows premiering and returning to round out its own schedule, as well as its affiliates BBC America and IFC. On AMC proper, the horror series The Terror will return for an all-new cast and story for its second season. The whimsical Lodge 49 is also slated to return for another round. They’ll be joined by Jason Segal’s new series Dispatches from Else...
Tags: TV, London, Movies, Amc, Doctor Who, America, Bbc, Ifc, TV News, BAFTA, Sherman, Matt Berry, ComingSoon, TV Premiere Dates, Jason Segal, The Terror


Berlin Film Festival Moves After Oscars in 2020

The Berlin Film Festival will move to late February in 2020, landing after the BAFTA and Oscar ceremonies. The dates for Berlin’s 70th anniversary edition were announced Monday with the festival moving to a later Feb. 20-March 1 slot. Traditionally the BAFTA Film Awards have landed on the middle Sunday during Berlin with the Oscars […]
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London Film Festival Sets Dates for 2019 Edition

The BFI London Film Festival has announced the dates for this year’s festival. The 63rd edition of the London Film Festival will run Oct. 2-13. The festival will once again be led by Tricia Tuttle, who was appointed director of BFI festivals at the closing night of last year’s iteration having served as the 62nd […]
Tags: News, Global, Festivals, BAFTA, BFI, BFI London Film Festival, The Favourite, Tricia Tuttle, Stan & Ollie


Bafta win for vegetarian farmer who gave away herd

The vegetarian farmer gave away his beef herd to save it from the slaughterhouse.
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Bafta win for vegan farmer who gave away herd

The vegan farmer gave away his beef herd to save it from the slaughterhouse.
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Scotland's papers: Cancer lottery and Bafta winners

Concerns over breast cancer test waiting times and The Baftas make headlines in the Scottish papers.
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Newspaper headlines: 'Soft Brexit talks' and a Bafta queen

The papers celebrate a British film triumph and debate May and Corbyn's EU departure plans.
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The Papers: 'Soft Brexit talks' and a Bafta queen

The papers celebrate a British film triumph and debate May and Corbyn's EU departure plans.
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Newspaper headlines: 'Soft Brexit talks' and a Bafta queen

The papers celebrate a British film triumph and debate May and Corbyn's EU departure plans.
Tags: UK, News, Eu, BAFTA, Corbyn


Bradley Cooper made Prince William laugh with THIS comment at the BAFTAs - VIDEO

As President of BAFTA, the Duke of Cambridge was the guest of honour at last night's...
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Duchess Kate had to apologise to star-studded BAFTA audience - find out why

The Duchess of Cambridge found herself apologising to the star-studded audience after...
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The Winners Of The 2019 BAFTA Awards Have Been Announced

Sunday night's BAFTA Film Awards arrived in the usual flurry of excitement and anticipation. Some of the world's biggest stars gathered on the streets of London in the typically freezing cold, took stroll down the red carpet and ambled into the Royal Albert Hall to find out who would be taking home one of those shiny gold masks.Joanna Lumley returned to host the ceremony for the second year in a row, and did the honors of taking an obligatory jab at the fact that the Oscars doesn't have anyone ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Viola Davis, America, Alfonso Cuarón, BAFTA, Emma Stone, Liam Neeson, Seth Rogen, Olivia Colman, Joanna Lumley, Roma, Chris Kelly, Albert Hall, Rockwell


Bafta winner Letitia Wright reveals depression

The Black Panther star told the audience she nearly gave up on acting but an email from Bafta helped her.
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BAFTA Announces Film Awards Winners (Updating Live)

The 72nd British Academy Film Awards are underway at London’s Royal Albert Hall. Yorgos Lanthimos’s “The Favourite” has the most nominations heading into the night with 12, leading “Bohemian Rhapsody,” “First Man,” “Roma,” and “A Star is Born,” which all have seven. The first award of the night went to “The Favourite” as it picked […]
Tags: London, News, Awards, Global, BAFTA, BAFTA Film Awards, Albert Hall Yorgos Lanthimos


‘Roma’ Wins BAFTA for Best Film; ‘The Favourite’ Takes Seven

“The Favourite” and “Roma” were the big winner’s at Sunday night’s 72nd British Academy Film Awards. Entering the night with 12 nominations “The Favourite” took home seven awards, including best actress for Olivia Colman and outstanding British film, but it was beaten to best film by Alfonso Cuaron’s “Roma.” Cuaron won a record four personal […]
Tags: News, Mahershala Ali, Awards, Global, Bradley Cooper, Alfonso Cuarón, BAFTA, Olivia Colman, Roma, The Favourite, Roma Cuarón


Glam Alert! Duchess Kate, Prince William Turn Heads at 2019 BAFTA Awards

Make way for a royally glam couple! Duchess Kate and Prince William wowed at the 2019 BAFTA Awards in London on Sunday, February 10. Pregnant Duchess Kate Attends 2018 BAFTA Awards: Photos Kate stunned in a flowing, white, one-shoulder gown embellished with fabric flowers, statement earrings and her hair pulled into a romantic updo. Her husband looked dapper in a black tuxedo. William, 36, has been the president of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (a.k.a. BAFTA) since ...
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Claire Foy on her Bafta Nominated role in First Man

Claire Foy describes how Neil Armstrong's family prepared her for her Bafta nominated role in First Man
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Richard E Grant on his Bafta nominated performance

Richard E Grant describes what it feels like to get a Bafta and Oscar nod for his role in Can You Ever Forgive Me?
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Baftas 2019: Melissa McCarthy praises her co-star Richard E Grant

Bafta best actress nominee Melissa McCarthy praises her co-star Richard E Grant
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How to Watch the 2019 BAFTA Awards and Red Carpet

Hollywood’s best and brightest are once again making the trip across the pond for this year’s annual BAFTA Awards in London. However, unlike other award shows, viewers won’t be able to watch Sunday’s ceremony live when it starts at 7 p.m. GMT in London’s Royal Albert Hall. As in past years, the broadcast won’t begin airing […]
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