Experience the glamorous New York lifestyle to celebrate the arrival of Sex And The City on the big screen.
Step into the world of Tomb Raider's Lara Croft by visiting the Pyramids and Temples in Egypt and shape up with a Nintendo Wii-Fit.
Your chance to own a signed script of the original pilot series of NBC’s BAFTA-winnning drama, Heroes.
See Kylie up close with front row KylieX2008 concert tickets and join the stars at the Premiere of The Boat That Rocked.
Become a Bond Girl with Caterina Murino's designer dress from Casino Royale.
Experience the red carpet treatment at the highly prestigious Britannia Awards in Los Angeles.
An intimate screening for you and your guests at Soho House London.
Explore the work of master film maker David Lean and travel in luxury courtesy of Orient Express.
Experience star treatment at the Orange British Academy Film Awards.
Picnic at a special preview of Brideshead Revisited in a stately setting.
This unique Screen Dream enables the lucky bidder to give their child a truly special party for memories that last a lifetime.
Your chance to appear in a Working Title production.
A red carpet invitation to the British Academy Television Awards in 2009.
Your chance to own a bound script of The Queen autographed by Dame Helen Mirren DBE.
A private BAFTA screening for you and your guests at Academy Headquarters.
All attendees on Thursday 12 June will be able to bid for an exclusive selection of silent Screen Dreams auction lots.
This year's Screen Dreams charity auction took place on Thursday 12 June. In a glittering night at 195 Piccaidilly, BAFTA and Medicinema offered guests the chance to bid for exclusive 'money-can't-buy' experiences.
Whether attending a premiere, visiting a film set or spending a day with the stars, we made dreams come true for a host of lucky bidders.
Last year's Screen Dream Auction raised over £135,000 to support the charitable work of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts and MediCinema.
After another successful night in 2008, we hope we have raised the bar even higher to support the work of BAFTA and MediCinema.