Public and Media Relations for the EE British Academy Film Awards , the Arqiva British Academy Television Awards , the British Academy Television Craft Awards , the British Academy Children's Awards and the British Academy Games Awards is managed by:
Freud Communications, 55 Newman Street, London, W1T 3EB
Tel: 020 3003 6300 | Fax: 020 3003 6303
Working media wishing to cover the Awards must apply for accreditation in advance.
Accreditation is available up to 6 weeks in advance of the relevant Awards ceremony.
Jo Whitehead | 0203 003 6429 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Bianca Boey | 020 3003 6394 | email@example.com
Learning and Events
For press tickets or press assets from BAFTA’s year-round calendar of events, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org .
Media relations for Learning & Events campaigns and initiatives are managed by:
For all other press enquiries, please contact:
Press and Communications Officer
BAFTA releases the list of entries for the EE British Academy Film Awards in 2014. 9 December 2013
BAFTA announces new scholarships for UK nationals and Hong Kong residents, and the presentation of a BAFTA Special Award to Sir Run Run Shaw CBE. 3 December 2013
Screening, talk and masterclass to take place first week in December. New BAFTA advisory board to develop ongoing UK-Asia cultural exchange. 28 November 2013
Horrible Histories wins fourth consecutive BAFTA, Sam & Mark and Bobby Lockwood celebrate first BAFTA wins, Biddy Baxter receives Special Award. 25 November 2013
Stephen Fry will again host the EE British Academy Film Awards on 16 February 2014 at the Royal Opera House in London’s Covent Garden. 21 November 2013