BAFTA Guru is BAFTA’s content hub for career starters packed full of inspirational videos, podcasts and interviews. Whether you’ve taken your first steps in the industry or are just starting out, you’ll find plenty here to motivate and help you along the way.
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Situated in the heart of London's West End, BAFTA 195 Piccadilly is the home of BAFTA worldwide, as well as an award-winning venue for hire that offers outstanding hospitality and a suite of flexible event spaces, which can be crafted to suit any occasion.
Virgin Media, Rankin and BAFTA came together to create this unique shoot ahead of the biggest night in television. The shoot was virtually connected, directed and delivered through a series of video calls and with the help of families and friends of the celebrities who took part.
As an actor, producer, director and musician, Idris Elba is one of the UK’s greatest exports. When he’s not fighting alongside Norse gods, he’s passionately supporting new and emerging talent, from all backgrounds.
British post-production facility The Farm is one of the UK’s great film and television success stories. Over the course of 20 years, it has become a globally recognised, multi award-winning company, with a strong reputation for training some of the nation’s brightest craft practitioners.
Award-winning broadcaster, conservationist, photographer and writer Chris Packham called on the television industry to make environmental productions carbon neutral within three years, to reduce television production’s impact on climate change and help highlight the truth about environmental problems our planet faces during the BAFTA television lecture at London’s Barbican Centre.