The British Academy of Film and Television Arts/Los Angeles has elected Peter Morris chairman, replacing Gary Dartnall, who is stepping down after five years.
So the BAFTA screeners for "Munich" finally arrived in Blighty -- but they didn't work. The long-awaited screeners, which had already missed the first voting deadline for the British Academy Film…
"Memoirs of a Geisha" was the most nominated movie in the longlists for the British Academy Film Awards, closely followed by "Brokeback Mountain," "The Constant Gardener" and "Good Night, and Good…
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DVD screeners of Steven Spielberg's "Munich" will be sent to BAFTA voters after all -- but they won't arrive in time for the first round of voting. DreamWorks did not originally plan to mail out…
BAFTA/LA will host its 12th annual Tea Party Jan. 15 to celebrate the British nominees for the various film and TV awards leading up to and including the Oscars.
London Eye: When BAFTA voters received their screeners of "A History of Violence" a couple of weeks ago, it marked a watershed in the history of the British Academy Film Awards.
The British Academy of Film & TV Arts and its primary sponsor, Orange, have created a prize for rising film star in honor of casting director Mary Selway. The Orange Rising Star Award will replace…
It's later than you think. Sony Pictures Classics has given an unofficial kickoff to the awards season by mailing screeners of "Junebug" to kudos voters. Some execs may be dismayed that the season is…
The third annual Emmy Nominees Tea Party, taking place Sept. 17 at the Park Hyatt in Century City and organized by the British Academy of Film & Television Arts/Los Angeles and the Academy of…
The British Academy of Film & TV Arts has tweaked the entry rules for its film awards, in a bid to reduce the number of movies up for consideration.