BAFTA Announces Children's Feature Film Award Noms

"Fantastic Mr. Fox," "Nanny McPhee and The Big Bang," "Up" and "Toy Story 3" in the running


LONDON -- Puppetry, cartoons and some female wizardry account for the runners and riders in the race for a British Academy children's feature film award.

Dished out by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, the Children's awards are a sought after nod for those in the business of entertaining youngsters.

Organizers said Monday, the winner of this year's best film title would go to one from Fantastic Mr. Fox, Nanny McPhee and The Big Bang, Up andToy Story 3.

The BAFTA children's awards will be presented by former BAFTA winner and children's television presenter Barney Harwood at a ceremony held Nov. 28 here in the British capital.

The nods celebrate children's media including television, film, video games and online and this year have added a comedy award and performer nomination category.

A full list of nominations can be found at