BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to announced the first Britannia Award honorees for 2014.
BAFTA Los Angeles celebrated a year of achievements in television at the annual TV Tea.
BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to announce the host for Los Angeles' flagship event on October 30, 2014.
The Inner City Cinema project, one of BAFTA Los Angeles' outreach initiatives, has continued this summer with a series of sports-themed film screenings.
BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to report that Chairman of the Board of Directors Nigel Daly has been awarded an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honors.
BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to announce that the 2014 BAFTA Los Angeles Student Film Award was presented to Annie Silverstein for her film Skunk. In a rare double-win, Annie was also recipient of the Special Jury Prize.
BAFTA Los Angeles welcomed award-winning actor Geoffrey Rush to our Behind Closed Doors series.
As the latest opportunity in our Give Something Back initiative, we are seeking members to join the finalist selection panel for the 2014 BAFTA Los Angeles Student Film Awards, one of our major initiatives to support international emerging talents.
This year marks the 450th Anniversary of the birth of British playwright William Shakespeare, and in celebration BAFTA Los Angeles has been speaking with leading industry colleagues on the many screen adaptations throughout the years.
In partnership with the American Cinematheque, BAFTA Los Angeles is Co-Hosting a special retrospective screening of some classic works by legendary British filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock.