Thursday 24 July at 6.45pm Princess Anne Theatre, BAFTA, London
Join us for this special preview to celebrate ten years of the BAFTA-nominated genealogy series Who Do You Think You Are?, delving into the treasure trove of extraordinary TV moments that have featured in the series. Ahead of the new series, a panel of celebrities and Wall To Wall programme makers will take part in a Q&A reflecting on their stories, their time on the show, the family trees uncovered and how lives have been shaped since taking part in the series.
Monday 28 July at 6.45pm Princess Anne Theatre, BAFTA, London
Join us for a preview of The Driver, a new three part thrilling drama written by Danny Brocklehurst (Clocking Off, Exile, Accused), starring award-winning actor David Morrissey (The Walking Dead, The Deal, The 7.39) in the lead role. Followed by a Q&A with cast and crew including writer Danny Brocklehurst and actor and executive producer David Morrissey.
Wednesday 6 August, 6.30pm The Institute of Contemporary Arts
Join us for a BAFTA Masterclass with cinematographer Mike Eley (Touching the Void, Marley, The Selfish Giant). His most recent work includes Discovery Channel’s first scripted drama, the mini-series Klondike, and an ITV two-part drama entitled The Lost Honour of Christopher Jeffries, directed by Roger Michell.
When left-wing firebrand Ian Sinclaire (Russell Hunter) moves into a church-affiliated old persons’ home he sets about challenging the system, and gives back a sense of purpose to the residents. Hunter gives a memorable performance as a man haunted by memories, and Colin Macdonald’s moving and humorous script ensures that we too are charmed by this character as he rejuvenates all those around him. This screening will be followed by a career interview with director Moira Armstrong.