BAFTA Reveals Hosts, 2021 Film Awards Ceremonies Details – Deadline

The BAFTA has confirmed details of its 2021 film awards ceremony, which will be split into two events taking place on April 10 and 11, with both shows being broadcast live on the BBC.

Clara Amfo will host the opening night of the BAFTA Film Awards on Saturday April 10, live on BBC Two. A total of eight BAFTA winners will be unveiled alongside a showcase of nominated films, with behind-the-scenes footage highlighting the creative process. The Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema Award will be the only in-person awards moment on the first night. Amfo will be live from the Royal Albert Hall and will be joined by a panel of guests to be announced.

On Sunday April 11, Edith Bowman and Dermot O’Leary will host the full BAFTA Film Awards, live on BBC One. The pair go from their regular red carpet gig to full hosting duties. They will be joined by a small group of presenters in person at the Royal Albert Hall, with others tuned in from Los Angeles. All the nominees will join in virtually, alongside the fully virtual audience. The remaining 17 prizes will be awarded the day before, including the publicly voted Rising Star Prize and the BAFTA scholarship.

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Emma Baehr, Executive Director of Awards and Content at BAFTA, said: “We are delighted to have two programs for the 2021 EE British Academy Film Awards for the very first time this year, in which we will showcase our nominees and reveal the winners. To help us celebrate the arts and crafts of cinema in more depth, we will be joined by three hosts – Clara Amfo on Saturday and Dermot O’Leary and Edith Bowman on Sunday. I hope our audiences are just as excited as we are for the BAFTA weekend on the BBC. “

Marc Samuelson, Chairman of the BAFTA Film Committee, added: “It has been an extremely difficult year for everyone, including theaters and the film industry, so we look forward to some fun and a celebration of great talent. throughout the weekend. . Industry and moviegoers come together to shine a light on the creativity and craftsmanship behind the 50 nominated films, and to recognize and celebrate the industry’s efforts to continue during this particularly difficult time.

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