Originated by BAFTA Los Angeles as an expansion of our ongoing outreach efforts in Los Angeles, the Inner City Shakespeare program has recently caught the attention of Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas and the Pan African Film Festival.
BAFTA Los Angeles is saddened to learn of the passing of member Robin Sachs.
As part of our expanding games activities, BAFTA Los Angeles was pleased to welcome renowned Star Wars actor and voice-over artist Mark Hamill to the popular Behind Closed Doors series.
The annual Awards Season Tea Party reached new heights of glitz and glamor this year, with a capacity crowd of hollywood's biggest names filling the ballroom of the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills.
On December 15th in Athens Park, at 125th and Broadway, BAFTA Los Angeles co-hosted the 7th Annual West Athens Family Christmas Party, along with a host of organizations including A Better LA, CURE, Kalikoat Kidz, LA County Department of Parks and Recreation and People for Community Improvement.
BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to announce the recipients of our 25th Anniversary Scholarships as Oscar Sharp, Sabrina Doyle, Roseanne Flynn and Phil Gorman.
The star-studded Britannia Awards saw Alan Cumming host the annual event and bestow honors on Daniel Day-Lewis, Daniel Craig, Quentin Tarantino, Will Wright and Trey Parker & Matt Stone.
BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to welcome three new members of staff to the organization. Wayne Watkins, Lisa Ogdie and Meghan Pleticha have joined Donald Haber, Matthew Wiseman and Ciaran Toner and together serve as the organization’s full time staff, working in collaboration with our Board of Director and Committees on all of BAFTA Los Angeles’ functions.
BAFTA Los Angeles is pleased to announce that the tradition of celebrating and honoring the Emmy nominees and talent from the UK and the Commonwealth will continue with the TV Tea on Saturday, September 22, 2012.
BAFTA Los Angeles is currently accepting applications for new Members, with one final intake of new Professional Membership in 2012.