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The BAFTAs, the thing, and the Woman King: Ariana DeBose celebrates women in film

Ariana DeBose pays tribute to women in film in a very questionable rap performed at the BAFTAs
Merlin (2008-2012) revisited: Magic and mystery

Merlin (2008-2012) revisited: Magic and mystery

A decade after its airtime, Merlin has not lost its magic and remains “the perfect comfort show to distract from real life with its medieval setting and magical elements”.
BAFTA introduces rule changes after #BaftasSoWhite controversy

BAFTA introduces rule changes after #BaftasSoWhite controversy

Bafta has revealed 120 changes to membership, voting and campaigning rules in an attempt to diversify nominees
Interview: Dolby Cinema’s Julian Stanford

Interview: Dolby Cinema’s Julian Stanford

Senior Director of Dolby Europe, Julian Stanford, chats to Film Editor Tobias Soar about Dolby Cinema, streaming versus cinemas and what makes Dolby the industry standard

A very Normal interview

BAFTA award winning screenwriter, poet, comedian and co-founder of Baby Cow Productions, Henry Normal sits down to chat with Raine Beckford about the launch of his new book

BAFTA Awards 2017

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) took place on 12th February at London’s Royal Albert Hall

Loving and Loathing: red carpet style

Nikki Patel brings you her best and worst dressed of the awards season, from the show-stoppingly elegant to the downright ridiculous.

BAFTA 2013: Best Film

Jackson Ball gives us his take on this year’s BAFTA Best Film Nominations

BAFTA 2013: Cornerhouse BAFTA Pick

Flora Anderson takes us through some of the films we enjoyed at The Cornerhouse that have received BAFTA nominations

BAFTA 2013: Top 5 BAFTA Snubs

Dylan Wiggan lists the surprise snubs in this year’s BAFTA nominations

Review: ‘Django Unchained’

Sophie James reviews Quentin Tarantino’s latest masterpiece

BAFTA 2012 short films

Even in this first ever year of Manchester’s film festival a strong precedent has been set on the standard that the GMFF has to offer. A lucky relationship was forged when BAFTA contacted the organisers after seeing some of their activity on Twitter. They were in fact so impressed by the potential this new film […]