With an expert industry membership of nearly 6500 individuals globally, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards the highest achievements of films, video games and television programs shown in the UK each year in order to motivate and inspire those who make them, and to educate and develop the taste of those who watch them.
BAFTA was formed on 16 April 1947 when a group of the most eminent names in the British film production industry gathered in a room at the Hyde Park Hotel. The great film director David Lean was appointed Chairman.
Created in 1998, The British Independent Film Awards set out to celebrate merit and achievement in independently funded British filmmaking, to honor new talent, and to promote British films and filmmaking to a wider public.
The most favorite programs and most popular personalities are revealed at The National Television Awards ceremony on ITV1 in November when more than a thousand of television's biggest stars gather for a night of glitz, glamour, tension and triumph - and a few surprises!
The RTS Awards are the gold standard of achievement in the U.K television community. Each year in seven Awards ceremonies they recognise excellence across the entire range of program making and broadcasting skills.