Tagged: BAFTA

Patrick Melrose and Killing Eve triumph at BAFTAs

“Patrick Melrose” has won two BAFTAs while “Killing Eve” scooped three awards in a strong showing for book adaptations at last night's ceremony. Read more

Nicholls wins BAFTA for Patrick Melrose adaptation

Author David Nicholls has won a BAFTA TV Craft award for best drama writer, for his adaptation of the Patrick Melrose novels.... Read more

BAFTA gong for Call Me By Your Name

The Korean film adaptation of Sarah Waters’ bestselling Fingersmith triumphed at the British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) last night, along with the documentary, “I Am... Read more

Wilson presented with the Special Award at Children's BAFTAs

Dame Jacqueline Wilson has won the Special Award for her “outstanding contribution to children’s media” at the British Academy Children’s Awards.... Read more

Zadie Smith adaptation gets BAFTA nods

The adaptation of Zadie Smith's NW (Hamish Hamilton) has been nominated for two BAFTAs.  Read more

Keyes, Clare and Riddell headline London Book & Screen Week

Authors Cassandra Clare, Marian Keyes and Chris Riddell are among the names featuring in an "eclectic" array of events all over the capital for London... Read more

BAFTA seeks writers for children’s film and TV

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is looking for aspiring writers of children’s films and TV shows for its new writing forum. The... Read more

Children's BAFTA nod for Touchpress app

Digital publisher Touchpress’ Disney Animated app has been nominated for a Children’s BAFTA award in the Interactive: Adapted category.   The app was made by... Read more

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