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BAFTA Tweaks Film Awards Rules To Consider Digital Releases & Expands Animation Category; Finalizes Calendar

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has finalized its key dates for the BAFTA Film Awards whose ceremony will take place on February 12, 2017 in London — it’s also made some rule changes, notably allowing consideration for non-traditional releases. 557 more words

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BAFTA Relaxes Rules on Video-On-Demand Movies for Film Awards

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has unveiled changes to its rules for the film awards, including a relaxation of the rule governing the eligibility of films released on video-on-demand rather than theatrically. 666 more words


BAFTA to Launch Virtual Reality Advisory Group

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is inviting individuals to participate in its new Virtual Reality Advisory Group.

The independent advisory group will be tasked with exploring the impact that VR will have on the current landscape of the film, television and games industries, and the opportunities for the next generation of storytellers to work within a new medium. 172 more words


Q&A: John Hurt on Quentin Crisp and The Naked Civil Servant


WHEN: 25/7

‘It was the best piece of writing I’d ever read,’ remembers Sir John Hurt reflecting on TV’s The Naked Civil Servant… 333 more words


Blue Jasmine (2013)

2016.53: Blue Jasmine (Amazon VOD)

Blue Jasmine is a very good Woody Allen film (okay, maybe not up there with his ‘greats’ but damn good nonetheless and proving his continuing his validity as a film-maker even after so many years/films), that is graced by a powerhouse performance by Cate Blanchett as the title character. 379 more words


Greater Manchester Fringe: Maids of Suburbia

WITH Greater Manchester Fringe underway, I caught up with actress Victoria Scow and BAFTA award-winning writer and director Anita Pandolfo ahead of their upcoming play Maids of Suburbia… 502 more words

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