The awards season continues with BAFTA’s on February 10 in London, the biggest night for celebrating British cinema as well as international titles.
Here is everything you need to know about the 72nd edition.
Where Will It Take Place?
For the third year in the row, the ceremony will take place at The Royal Albert Hall with Joanna Lumley hosting for the second time.
Kensington Palace confirmed that Kate Middleton and Prince William will be in attendance one again. Duke of Cambridge is the president of BAFTA and will present film editor Thelma Schoonmaker with the Fellowship award – Academy’s highest accolade.
Representing Arab Cinema
Not only has Lebanese director Nadine Labaki made history by being the first Arab woman to be nominated for an Oscar, but she has also got the BAFTA nod for her moving film Capernaum in the Best Film Not In The English Language.
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