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BFI NETWORK x BAFTA Crew 2020: Our talent development programme for emerging writers, directors and producers and craft + tech in film and television, giving access to events with BAFTA-winners and nominees.
BAFTA Crew Games 2020: Our professional network for those working in games, giving access access to masterclasses and online Q&As with industry talent.
BAFTA Scholarships 2020: Awarding students in need of financial assistance to take a post-graduate course related to a career in film, games or television. We offer a range of global scholarships annually, with programmes in the UK, USA and China.
BFI NETWORK @ Flare 2020: Each year a selection of LGBTQ+ identified filmmakers are identified and supported as part of the BFI NETWORK @ Flare Mentorship in partnership with BAFTA.
Breakthrough 2020: Supporting the next generation of creative talent across film, games and television in the UK and internationally.
Guru Live London 2019: Access Pass: Guru Live London is a weekend of talks, workshops and masterclasses bringing together BAFTA-winners, craftspeople and new creative talent. Guru Live Access pass is available to creatives making their start in film, games or TV.
New Writing Competition 2019: The BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Competition is a platform for aspiring screenwriters to have their work showcased and a fantastic opportunity to take their writing career to the next level.
YGD School Resource Network: Our network for UK educators who teach game making and design in secondary schools.