BAFTA Los Angeles congratulates Damien Chazelle, Aemilia Scott and Andreas Henn for being selected by our BAFTA Los Angeles jury for recognition at Aspen Shortsfest.
BAFTA Los Angeles is saddened to learn of the passing of long time member and dear friend, David Campling.
BAFTA Member Ian Ruskin will stage his one-man play "To Begin the World Over Again: the Life of Thomas Paine" at both The Lillian Theatre and The Electric Lodge.
BAFTA members are invite to join the students of George Washington Preparatory High School for their production of Twelfth Night.
BAFTA Los Angeles congratulates our Student Film Award winner Andrej Landin for Into the Silent Sea (Chapman University) and the special Jury Prize winner Patrick Dickinson for Usagi-San (AFI).
BAFTA Los Angeles welcomed filmmaker Robert Zemeckis to the popular Behind Closed Doors series for an intimate discussion on the pioneering filmmaker's impressive catalogue of work.
One of Britain's most popular leading ladies joined BAFTA Los Angeles for a lively discussion on a career that has seen her tackle everything from costume dramas, blockbusters and romantic comedies.
BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our 2013 Scholarship Program, including a special scholarship for a student specializing in Television studies.
BAFTA Los Angeles will be presenting a special summit at this month's Digital Hollywood conference. Join us for a lively panel discussion examining the opportunities for UK and International content that digital distribution platforms have brought, followed by a special conversation with Nigel Lythgoe.
We are pleased to learn that Patrick Dickinson, recent recipient of a BAFTA Los Angeles Scholarship and a BAFTA "Brit To Watch" has been nominated for his AFI Thesis Film USAGI-SAN at the 34th College Television Awards presented by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences.