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Tuesday 05 February
Menswear designer Hackett was delighted to host a lunch at The Savoy Hotel in London to celebrate Sir Alan Parker CBE, as he prepares to receive the Fellowship at this year’s EE British Academy Film Awards on Sunday 10 February 2013.
Read an interview with Sir Alan Parker on bafta.org
The tables are set for a special pre-Film Awards lunch at The Savoy in London, hosted by menswear designer Hackett.
The event was held in honour of British filmmaker Alan Parker - the recipient of the BAFTA Fellowship in 2013.
Parker will receive the Fellowship at the Film Awards ceremony. The award is the highest honour the Academy bestows.
Amanda Berry, BAFTA CEO, was in attendance.
BAFTA CEO Amanda Berry with Alan Parker.
Actor John Hurt attended the event.
Actor/director Dexter Fletcher (left) with Alan Parker and John Hurt.
Actor John Hurt.
Pippa Harris (right) is the Deputy Chair of the Film Committee.
Alan Parker has directed films such as Bugsy Malone, Fame, The Commitments and Midnight Express.
Barbara Broccoli (left) produced the latest James Bond film, Skyfall.
Director and Monty Python member Terry Gilliam (left) with Nik Powell, film producer and head of the NFTS.
Film producers Lord Puttnam and Barbara Broccoli with Alan Parker.
Actor-turned-director Dexter Fletcher is nominated in the Outstanding British Debut category, alongside Wild Bill writer Danny King.
Sir Alan Parker takes his seat at the table.
The guests at the Fellow's Lunch in 2013.
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