As part of their enduring commitment to fostering the next generation of great filmmakers, the wise and beautiful folk at BAFTA have pulled some strings to get YOU, young aspiring screenwriter, an audience with some of the most successful Hollywood pen-pushers of the last twenty years. Sort of.
On Sunday, Best For Film was lucky enough to be invited along to the British Academy Scotland Awards 2013 – the Scottish BAFTAs – at Glasgow’s swanky Radisson Blu hotel. Hosted by Edith Bowman, and attracting such great Scots as Brian Cox, Kate Dickie and Gary Tank Commander, the ceremony aimed to spotlight and celebrate an incredibly strong year for Scottish cinema.
A poster has been designed by Olly Moss commemorating 85 years of the Oscars.
Argo may have stole the Bafta thunder, but Skyfall pick up a great achievement for the first ever Bafta win for any Bond film.
The Sundance Film Festival as become the first festival to champion gender equality, with an equal number of films in competition to be made by women.
Few actors in Hollywood are hotter than Hugh Jackman is at the moment. He first scorched us back in 2009 when he fronted the Academy Awards, a performance that included one of the most spectacular opening numbers in Oscar history. With his much lauded performance in Les Misérables currently in the cinemas, and Jackman having just bagged a Golden Globe, we’ve prepared a cheat sheet with everything you wanted to know about Hollywood’s leading man.
From Brokeback Mountain to Life of Pi, will he be on to another winner?
Anna Karenina seems to have been added one too many times
The nominees have been announced for the Bafta Rising Star award