BAFTA


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BAFTABritish Academy of Film and Television Arts
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The Bafta Cymru Special Award for Outstanding Contribution to Television will be presented to broadcaster Mavis Nicholson.
Although it will be Middleton's first time attending the award show, she and husband Prince William, The Duke of Cambridge, did attend a BAFTA gala in Los Angeles in 2009.
Tim Hunter, director of learning and new talent at BAFTA, said: "Guru live brings our successful BAFTA Guru online channel to life, giving emerging talent the chance to learn first-hand from some of the leading figures in the moving image industries.
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.
And in BAFTA itself we've got the Britannia Awards celebrating the relationship between the industries."
David Lortal, the online awards officer at BAFTA, praised Lightbulb's work, saying at the time: "We all really like the designs.
Paul Fisher, a Ty Hafan play worker, said of the event: "The families had a wonderful day and we are incredibly grateful to Bafta Wales for providing them with such an enjoyable experience."
Director of Bafta Cymru Lisa Nesbitt said: "Bafta Cymru is delighted to be honouring Rob Brydon with the Sin Phillips Award.
On Twitter, Ross wrote: "Many thanks to all those who offered congratulations on Bafta nomination:) Just thrashed Jimmy Carr at tennis - perfect day!"
The event will be run in partnership between BAFTA, Northern Film & Media, the Regional Screen Agency for the North East of England, and the Tyneside Cinema.