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BAFTA-winner Andy Serkis joined filmmaker and actress Sadie Frost and Downton Abbey star Michelle Dockery to select the EE Rising Star Award shortlist for the 2022 EE British Academy Film Awards
Chaired by BAFTA Chair, Krishnendu Majumdar, the esteemed jury panel also included casting directors Lucy Bevan (Belfast) and Leo Davis (The Queen) who all met at the recently redeveloped BAFTA headquarters to select this year’s shortlist of young and up-and-coming talent
The EE Rising Star Award 2022 celebrates its 17th anniversary with previous winners including Bukky Bakray, Micheal Ward, Letitia Wright, Daniel Kaluuya, John Boyega, and Tom Hardy
The shortlist will be announced 1st February when voting will open to the British public at ee.co.uk/BAFTA
Nominations for all categories at the EE British Academy Film Awards will be announced on 3rd February 2022, with the ceremony being broadcast on Sunday 13th March on BBC One
LONDON, September 10, 2021: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has today published the rules and timeline for the EE British Academy Film Awards 2022, following its annual review of all categories.
The Times has apologised after making false and defamatory claims in articles regarding the Bafta Chair Krishnendu Majumdar and Bafta’s decision to present Noel Clarke with an OBCC award.
The Mail Online has also issued an apology
Both publications accept there are no “close links” between Bafta Chair and Clarke.
Decision to allow Clarke to receive a previously announced award was determined by the lack of evidence Bafta had at the time of having to make its decision on whether to proceed with the presentation.