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Finalists selected from a record-breaking 754 submissions from 103 schools across 30 countries, including Argentina, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Hong Kong, India, Mexico, South Africa, and the United Arab Emirates.
Two-night ceremony set to take place in Los Angeles on Wednesday, July 26 and Thursday, July 27.
Film and TV critic and BAFTA member Ashanti Omkar talks to BAFTA’s head of programmes, Mariayah Kaderbhai, about this week’s screening and lecture from Syrian documentary filmmaker and activist Hassan Akkad as part of Refugee Week 2023, and the priorities that help shape BAFTA’s year-round film