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Thursday 17 March
BAFTA and Media Trust hosted a showcase event at the BAFTA headquarters to celebrate the achievements and work of the young people who took part in the 2010 Mentoring Programme in England.
Find out more on the Youth Mentoring Programme homepage.
A group of young stammerers from Evil Twin Artworks, mentored by Jon Hare.
Young people from East London housing foundation Poplar HARCA, who were mentored by Paul Johnson.
Anne Morrison, Chair of BAFTA’s Learning & Events Committee, addresses the audience.
Caroline Diehl, Chief Executive of Media Trust, is next on stage.
The packed audience waits for the next film to begin.
One of the young filmmakers amuses the audience.
BAFTA mentor Colin Izod seated next to his mentee Hannah.
Each film is introduced by a member of its production team.
Another mentee introduces her film project.
The BAFTA mentors and mentees on stage at BAFTA's Princess Anne Theatre.
Representatives from 24 different youth organisations attended the event.
A couple of mentees strike a pose for the camera.
Young people from Salmon Youth Centre in Bermondsey.
BAFTA mentor and actor Adam Leese (‘Attack the Block’, far right) with young people and youth workers from Pro-ThinC Theatre.
Mentee Hannah with her BAFTA mentor Colin Izod.
Mentee Marie-Solange poses with her BAFTA mentor Carl Schoenfeld.
Young people from Kids Company.
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