BAFTA


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BAFTABritish Academy of Film and Television Arts
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The 17th Bafta Cymru awards will be presented at Cardiff's Millennium Centre on April 27, hosted by 'retiring' Blue Peter presenter Gethin Jones.
Actor Patrick Bergin and 15-year-old Joanna Griffiths, tipped <Bto be best actress winner, at the first Bafta Cymru Awards
In 2014 he also received the BAFTA John Schlesinger Britannia Award for Excellence in Directing for Mr Turner and in 2005 he won BAFTA's David Lean Award for Direction for Vera Drake.
Set up in 2013, the BAFTA Cymru Games Awards are designed to recognise the finest achievements within the growing multi-million pound video game sector of the creative industries in Wales.
BAFTA WINNER Daniela receives award from Stephen Fry
Snobbery She said: "There's a certain amount of snobbery when it comes to Bafta.
THE two most popular dramas on British TV have been snubbed by the "elitist and out of touch" Baftas.
I have been in touch with Mr Douglas and will be writing to him and to the Bafta organisers to apologise personally.
The prestigious Cocktail Party, held in the luxurious surroundings of Asprey's New Bond Street Flagship Store, celebrated the film nominations and Asprey's continued partnership with BAFTA.
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.