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BAFTA TV Awards: Michaela Coel Secures Two Wins, Paul Mescal Claims Leading Actor Honor

Michaela Coel emerged the big winner at Sunday’s BAFTA TV Awards, where her acclaimed drama I May Destroy You added to its growing stash of statuettes.  Coel beat out a fiercely competitive…

BAFTA Suspends ‘Doctor Who’s’ Noel Clarke Amid Sexual Misconduct Allegations

The move follows a report in the The Guardian newspaper regarding claims of groping, harassment and bullying by 20 women made against the British actor after he received an April 10 tribute.

BAFTA TV Awards: Steve McQueen’s ‘Small Axe’ Dominates Nominations

The BBC/Amazon anthology series landed 15 nominations, ahead of 'The Crown' with 10.

DGA and BAFTA Awards Analysis: ‘Nomadland’ Holds Serve, Acting Races Remain Fluid

The Hollywood Reporter's awards columnist dissects a busy weekend.

BAFTA Awards: ‘Nomadland’ Dominates, Winning Best Film, Director, Actress and Cinematography

Elsewhere, Anthony Hopkins won leading actor for 'The Father' (which also won adapted screenplay), Daniel Kaluuya claimed best supporting actor and 'Promising Young Woman' won outstanding British…

BAFTA Awards: ‘Ma Rainey’s’ and ‘Mank’ Among Craft Winners on Opening Night

Spread over two nights, Saturday's ceremony - held virtually from London's Royal Albert Hall — handed out eight awards, primarily from the craft categories.

Prince William Pulls Out of BAFTA Awards Following Death of Prince Philip

The royal had been due to take part in both sets of virtual BAFTA film awards being held over the weekend.

‘Moffie’ Director Oliver Hermanus on the Toxic Masculinity of Apartheid

The South African filmmaker, who is mixed race, takes a scathing look at institutional racism and homophobia in his Afrikaans-language drama, which bows in the U.S. today.

How New Voting Procedures Created a BAFTAs Diversity Surge in One Year

After facing the #BAFTAsSoWhite, the awards show has undergone a complete transformation with unprecedented representation in nominations. 

“The Women of Srebrenica Are My Inspiration”: ‘THR Presents’ Q&A With ‘Quo Vadis, Aida?’ Director Jasmila Zbanic

The Bosnian filmmaker — nominated for both Oscar and BAFTA awards — discusses choosing to tell the story of the 1995 Srebrenica genocide with a "female sensibility towards the…

Ang Lee to Be Awarded BAFTA Fellowship

The groundbreaking BAFTA- and Oscar-winning filmmaker will receive the British Academy's top honor at the upcoming film awards.

“We’re Really Proud of This List”: BAFTA Celebrates Diversity, More Nominated Films Than Ever

Following the controversy of 2020's nominations and a major overhaul aimed at tackling the lack of diversity and getting more films seen by the voters, the British Academy has enjoyed its most…