BAFTA

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BAFTA

(ˈbæftə)
n acronym for
(Film) British Academy of Film and Television Arts
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But bosses at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts have refused to allow him to be nominated as best actor in a supporting role.
Jordanian student Dolly Deeb won on Thursday AoBest FilmAo in the Under-18 category of the Tony Blair Faith FoundationAAEs AoFaith ShortsAo competition at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA).
PRINCE William is to follow in his grandfather's footsteps by becoming the British Academy of Film and Television Arts' (Bafta's) fifth president, it was revealed last night.
It was also revealed at Sunday's ceremony that Prince William will become the British Academy of Film and Television Arts' (BAFTA's) fifth president, following in his grandfather's footsteps.
Meanwhile, members John Cleese, Terry Jones, Eric Idle, Terry Gilliam and Michael Palin are set to have a reunion on October 15 for a British Academy of Film and Television Arts tribute.
"I met AR Rahman at the BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) awards (in London last month).
THE British Academy of Film and Television Arts celebrates its 60th birthday this year.
For the first time the British Academy of Film and Television Arts will hand out lavish Oscar-style gifts at the Theatre Royal bash to be screened at 8pm on BBC1 tonight.
Widow Jackie was "heartbroken" at the rejection by the British Academy Of Film and Television Arts.
Mr Thompson, 43, of Binley, won the award in the short film category of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards for his film, Brown Paper Bag.
Internet consulting, design and construction company Sense Internet has been chosen by The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) to provide an online voting system.
The series based on crime writer Colin Dexter's creation ran from 1986-2000 and Thaw's portrayal of the the role brought him the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Best Actor Award in 1990 and 1993 to add to his many other awards.
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