Amanda Berry
United Kingdom



Chief Executive

Berry is widely credited with having boosted the BAFTA Awards’ international profile by moving the ceremony to just ahead of the Oscars. Now, capitalizing on the A-list attention garnered by the festival, she’s helping to forge a new path in Britain in the wake of #MeToo. Earlier this year, BAFTA, the British Film Institute and Women in Film and TV drew up new guidelines to stamp out bullying and sexual harassment in the industry, guidelines that have also become part of the qualification criteria for a film to get into the awards. BAFTA has also introduced diversity requirements for some of the prizes, part of an effort to encourage everyone across the British filmmaking chain to make meaningful changes to their projects to become more inclusive.


  • London Weekend Television (LWT)
  • Scottish Television Enterprises

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BAFTA CEO Amanda Berry on Upcoming Awards Show and Luring Hollywood Stars

BAFTA CEO Amanda Berry on Upcoming Awards Show and Luring Hollywood Stars

Amanda Berry, chief executive of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, is finalizing preparations for the BAFTA film awards on Feb. 14. Hollywood stars are welcome; the typical British weather for this time of year less so.What are the key ingredients for a successful awards ceremony?Ultimately, what we are doing on the night is celebrating the very best work, and the nominations and nominees are key to that. I like to think we are uniquely British in our...


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