BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to announce that we will honor Academy Award® winning writer/director John Lasseter and BAFTA winning director David Yates at the 2011 BAFTA Los Angeles Britannia Awards.
BAFTA Los Angeles congratulates Lorne Hiltser and the cast and crew of Le Jeu Des Soldats for winning first place in the BAFTA Los Angeles Student Film Festival.
BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to introduce our 2011 Scholarship Recipients, who will be studying this year at UCLA.
The BAFTA Los Angeles Inner City Shakespeare project culminated in two special open-air performances, as local families gathered at Ladera Park to view a traditional presentation of Shakespeare tragedy Romeo and Juliet.
As the culmination of BAFTA Los Angeles’ Shakespeare project with the performing arts students of Washington Preparatory High School, we are pleased to present the two unique open-air performances.
On Saturday, April 23, 2011, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts Los Angeles celebrated the 100th Birthday of Ronald Neame, CBE at the Directors Guild of America.
As announced earlier in the year, BAFTA Los Angeles has undertaken an ambitious new inner-city project that is bringing together a group of inner city students together to produce an open-air performance of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, and a feature-film documentary that chronicles the entire journey.
BAFTA Los Angeles' 2010 American Film Market panel discussion is now available to view online.
As part of BAFTA Los Angeles' outreach work, Leila Djansi has been presented with BAFTA Los Angeles’ 2011 Pan African Film Festival Choice Prize for her film “I Sing of a Well”.
Photographs from our 2011 Awards Season Tea Party are now available to view in our gallery.