AFI student Henry Hughes and DePaul University’s Zoe Lubeck are honored
International-series nominations go to “House of Cards,” “The Good Wife,” “Orange Is the New Black” and “True Detective”
“We need distinctive and different voices but they cannot come at any price,” BBC Director-General Tony Hall says
The British television executive will move from London to LA to take the newly-created position
“Boyhood” and “Birdman” are also nominated for best film at the British Academy Film Awards
Star of “Veep” and “Seinfeld” is first of this year’s BAFTA LA honorees known mostly for television
With BAFTA and Scripter awards added to the trophy shelf, is Ben Affleck and his film "Argo" a lock for Oscars?
Steven Spielberg's "Lincoln" tops all films with 10 nominations; "Les Miserables" and "Life of Pi" each receive nine
Daniel Day-Lewis tells BAFTA’s Brittania Awards: “When I saw (Clint) talking to a chair in front of a room of strangers, I thought I have...
British Academy of Film and Television Arts streamlines its three-round process
Best Film nods also go to “Drive,” “The Help” and “The Descendants”
Awards vets and newbies turn out for BAFTA tea party at the Four Seasons
Eddie Redmayne, Chris O’Dowd and Adam Deacon also nominated for fan-voted award
“Tinker, Tailor,” “The Artist” and “Hugo” are top choices of BAFTA chapters; “The Tree of Life” is largely overlooked
Writer-director-producer team will receive Paddy Chayevsky Award; BAFTA votes Martin Scorsese its Academy Fellowship
Actor/writer/director becomes second recipient of Charlie Chaplin Britannia Award
Stars and industry power brokers rubbed elbows with the newlyweds at a BAFTA L.A. bash Saturday night, with a select few chosen for the royal...
Reviewers may have slammed “Cars 2,” but BAFTA/LA gives Pixar chief its highest honor; “Harry Potter” director David Yates also honored
Three U.S. shows will compete with Danish inspiration for AMC’s “The Killing”