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Wednesday 01 July
A selection of images highlighting some of the BAFTA's learning and events that went on across the country.
The young ‘paparazzi’ draw in the crowds at the Thames Festival, 13-14 September 2008 (pic: BAFTA/Saira Awan).
Harry Potter's Weasley twins James (third left) and Oliver (far right) Phelps compete in a quiz with audience members (pic: BAFTA/Saira Awan).
Aardman Animation's Shaun the Sheep welcomes visitors to the me and my movie tent (pic: BAFTA/Saira Awan).
Simon Chambers, Elizabeth Wood, Kim Longinotto and George Amponsah discuss documentary film-making (pic: BAFTA/Gabriel Fernandez).
Actor Alan Davies takes questions from a packed audience in Latitude's Film Tent (© BAFTA).
Writer/Director Gurinda Chadha talks about her latest film Angus, Thongs, and Perfect Snogging (© BAFTA).
BAFTA hosted an on-stage Q&A with Adrian Sturges and Liam Cunningham before the screening of The Escapist (© BAFTA).
The Escapist's producer Adrian Sturges talking about the making of the film (© BAFTA).
Mike Stringer of Hybrid FX demonstrates the craft of Special Effects makeup.
Pupils applied makeup onto prosthetic masks.
Two pupils show off the results of their labour.
An unlucky pupil models a prosthetic mask.
A range of masks and faces were taken to the workshops for pupils to experiment on.
Scabs and Thick Blood - the materials of a special effects makeup artist.
Director Gurinder Chadha talks to pupils at a school in Hendon, London as part of a BAFTA event with FILMCLUB (pic: BAFTA / Mark Chilvers).
Pupils Agne and Vimbai present their review of Gurinder’s latest film (pic: BAFTA / Mark Chilvers).
Gurinder joins the Hendon School pupils to listen and learn (pic: BAFTA / Mark Chilvers).
Pupils at the Hendon School responded enthusiastically to exploring the world of film direction (pic: BAFTA / Mark Chilvers).
Krish Majumdar introducing a Film London & BAFTA event debating and celebrating the past, present and future of micro budget feature filmmaking (pic: Elinor Jones for Film London).
The Princess Anne Theatre was full at Academy Headquarters, 195 Piccadilly (pic: Elinor Jones for Film London).
David Morrissey, Kevin MacDonald and Mia Bays discuss micro budget feature film making (pic: Elinor Jones for Film London).
Forty 7-11 year olds attended the BAFTA Families Event, 'Storyboarding for Beginners, with Temple Clark' on 24 March 2008 (pic: BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Temple Clark shared his experience from working as a storyboard artist on many high profile films (pic: BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Everyone had their own story board worksheets (pic: BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
The children listened to Temple before trying storyboarding for themselves (pic: BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
After listening to Temple and watching his demonstration the children created their own ideas (pic: BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
The children act out one of Temple's scary scenes (pic: BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Everyone got a chance to make up their own storyboard (pic: BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
Despite having worked on a range of high profile films including Harry Potter, The Da Vinci Code and The Golden Compass, Temple was described as "a natural teacher" (pic: BAFTA / Marc Hoberman).
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