BAFTA


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BAFTA

(ˈbæftə)
n acronym for
(Film) British Academy of Film and Television Arts
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AN ACCLAIMED broadcaster and an Oscar-winning costume designer will be honoured with special awards by Bafta Cymru.
In a statement released on Tuesday, BAFTA called the claims "(http://www.hollywoodreporter.com/news/bafta-takes-aim-at-news-corps-sun-kate-middleton-story-967926) nonsense ," saying the reports were "completely untrue that BAFTA has suggested that our president attend on his own.
Guru Live runs from Saturday April 30 to Monday May 2 and will feature masterclasses, panels and talks by professionals including BAFTA winners and nominees.
Mr Leigh's most recent award was a BAFTA academy Fellowship 2015.
Last year, for example, the Bafta best film shortlist featured 12 Years a Slave, Captain Phillips, Gravity and Philomena.
"We've gotten a little more ambitious in terms of what we and BAFTA seek to accomplish," Simon says, pointing to the 10 million hits the network got for its YouTube segment of Sacha Baron Cohen knocking an "elderly" woman off stage last year.
"Over the past few years, we've developed complex projects for the likes of Marriott, Novotel and The National Trust, so when we were asked to work with BAFTA, we were honoured and thrilled in equal measures."
The free screening was part of a series of Bafta Christmas Hospice events for life-limited children and their families across the UK.
The Bafta shortlist has been announced at Bafta in Piccadilly by Harry Potter star Daniel Radcliffe, Great Expectations actress Holliday Grainger and Bafta chairman Tim Corrie.
"My sincere thanks to all at Bafta Cymru; I look forward to another award in 2036."
Bafta also acknowledged EastEnders star June Brown, who plays Dot Cotton, with her first nomination, in the best actress category.