30 November 09
Our four Break-through Talent Award nominees blog about their BAFTA experience at the EA British Academy Children's Awards in 2008.
What does it feel like to be nominated for a BAFTA? Do people start treating you differently? And, what on earth can you wear to the Awards ceremony?
Follow the thoughts and feelings of the four Break-through talent nominees as they record their experiences in our BAFTA blog. Get an exclusive insight into how it feels to be a nominated - from spreading the news to getting ready for the biggest night of their lives on Sunday 30 November.
Our Break-Through talent nominees:
AKIN AKINSIKU - Head of Graphics Nickelodeon/Art Director
Akin is now well on his way to realising his childhood dream of becoming a superhero! Arriving at Nickelodeon via MTV and VH1 his work includes the Kids Choice Awards, the BAFTA-winning short film Big Green Thing and a best-selling graphic novel, The Manga Bible.
JOSH ALWARD - film maker, BBC Blast
Josh is a 19 year old film maker who won the Blast Film Bursary in January 2008 with his film Possession. Making films since he was 10, he proved himself a promising new talent and is now working with BBC Drama to create his next project.
ELIOT-OTIS BROWN WALTERS - actor
Eliot began his acting career aged seven and was soon spotted by Shane Meadows for Once Upon a Time in the Midlands. His many acting roles include appearances in Bernard's Watch, Outlaw, The Bill, Doctors, Casualty as well as playing Ryan in BBC's Summerhill.
BRAD KAVANAGH - Disney Channel talent
Brad is a multi-talented 15-year-old from Cumbria who sings, dances, acts and presents. In his first year of television Brad has begun a promising music career, presented several key shows for Disney and starred in As the Bell Rings.
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