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Screenings Archive

May 7th 2020
   BAFTA Insights: From Script to Scene To Score

Stephen Endelman leads a discussion in navigating the communication and relationship between composer, director and producer required to deliver the final results on screen. Stephen Endelman is a Grammy-nominated composer, arranger and producer whose credits include Flirting With Disaster, The Englishman Who Went Up The Hill But Came Down The Mountain.
Venue: Online BAFTA Insights

May 6th 2020
   BAFTA Online Screening and Q&A: Calm with Horses

In rural Ireland, ex-boxer Douglas 'Arm' Armstrong has become the feared enforcer for the drug-dealing Devers family, whilst also trying to be a good father to his autistic young son. Torn between these two families, Arm's loyalties are truly tested when he is asked to kill for the first time.
Venue: BAFTA Viewing Portal

May 6th 2020
   BAFTA Online Screening and Q&A: White Riot

Rubika Shah’s energising film charts a vital London protest movement. Rock Against Racism (RAR) was formed in 1976, prompted by ‘music’s biggest colonialist’ Eric Clapton and his support of racist MP Enoch Powell. White Riot blends fresh interviews with queasy archive footage to recreate a hostile environment of anti-immigrant hysteria and National Front marches.

As neo-Nazis recruited the nation’s youth, RAR’s multicultural punk and reggae gigs provided rallying points for resistance. As founder Red Saunders explains: ‘We peeled away the Union Jack to reveal the swastika’. The campaign grew from Hoxton fanzine roots to 1978’s huge antifascist carnival in Victoria Park, featuring X-Ray Spex, Steel Pulse and of course The Clash, whose rock star charisma and gale-force conviction took RAR’s message to the masses.
Venue: BAFTA Viewing Portal

May 4th 2020
   BAFTA Online Screening and Q&A: The Willoughbys

Convinced they’d be better off raising themselves, the Willoughby children hatch a sneaky plan to send their
selfish parents on vacation. The siblings then embark on their own high-flying adventure to find the true meaning of family. From writer/director Kris Pearn (Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs 2) and based on the book by Newbery Award-winning author, Lois Lowry.

Starring Ricky Gervais, Maya Rudolph, Will Forte, Martin Short, Alessia Cara and Jane Krakowski.
Venue: BAFTA Viewing Portal

May 1st 2020
   BAFTA TV Preview and Q&A: After Life S2

Set in the small fictitious town of Tambury, the show follows Tony, a writer for the local newspaper whose life is upended after his wife dies from cancer. Created by and starring Ricky Gervais.
Venue: BAFTA Viewing Portal

Apr 30th 2020
   BAFTA Online Screening and Q&A: Sulphur and White

Based on an incredible true story, a moving and deeply personal drama of how troubled childhood experiences can destroy one's future without the redemptive power of love.

From award-winning and BAFTA nominated director Julian Jarrold (Brideshead Revisited and TV's Red Riding). We all carry secrets. Experiences that define us. David carries his but they burn at him. Eat away at his soul. He sets out to build his career in the cutthroat world of financial trading. He is single-minded to the point of ruthless and manages for a time to stay on top. But his life begins to crumble as his childhood memories threaten to destroy him. He meets Vanessa, the love of his life, who wants to find a future for them if only David can find a way to heal his deep emotional wounds.
Venue: BAFTA Viewing Portal

Apr 28th 2020
   BAFTA Online Q&A: Misbehaviour

Q&A with director Philippa Lowthorpe (Swallows and
Amazons, The Crown) and producer Suzanne Mackie (The Crown, Kinky Boots). Misbehaviour is available to download in the UK and Ireland now across iTunes, Sky Store, Amazon, Google Play, Rakuten, Chili and BT TV.
Venue: Online Masterclass

Apr 28th 2020
   BAFTA Masterclass: Cinematic Virtual Reality Experiences with Colin Arnold

Director and editor of cinematic virtual reality experiences, Colin Arnold, will be giving an overview of virtual reality, sharing immersive filmmaking and audio production techniques which the team at Figment have used to create groundbreaking cinematic experiences.

Venue: Online Masterclass

Apr 27th 2020
   BAFTA Online TV Preview & Q&A: Normal People

In a school in a small town west of Ireland, Connell (Paul Mescal) is a well liked, good looking and athletic football player. Marianne (Daisy Edgar Jones) is a proud, intimidating and unpopular loner who actively avoids her classmates and challenges teachers’ authority.

Sparks fly between the two when Connell comes to pick up his mother (Lorraine Sarah Greene) from her job at Marianne’s house and a strange and indelible connection grows between the two teenagers one they are determined to conceal from their peers.

A compulsive modern love story, Normal People sees the pair weave in and out of each other’s lives and explores just how complicated intimacy and young love can be.

Venue: Online Screening & Virtual Q&A

Apr 22nd 2020
   BAFTA Masterclass: Communicating with Impact & Networking Online

This online webinar is part of a series designed to help support you in communicating with impact and authenticity, networking and engaging with others, all whilst navigating the challenges of video conferencing online.

Hosted by Robert Shaw Cameron.
Venue: Online Masterclass

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