BAFTA Declares The Official Date for Next Year’s Awards

BAFTA Declares The Official Date for Next Year’s Awards

The BAFTA ceremony, which stands for the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, is going to be held next year on February 16, 2025. This date marks its premiere just two weeks before the famous Academy Awards ceremony, which will take place on March 2, 2024. Further details about the location and voting timelines are yet to be revealed.

The British Film and Television Association has finally declared the dates for the award ceremony that is going to be held next year. The British Academy of Film and Television Arts, also known as BAFTA, will be held on Sunday, February 16, 2025. Notably, this announcement implies that BAFTA will be held just two weeks before the prestigious Oscars, which are scheduled for March 2, 2024.

These awards ceremonies are held to celebrate the success of some of the best British and international talent of the previous year. The award categories include those for filmmakers, actors, and crew members. Meanwhile, individuals will face conflicting dates with the Berlin Film Festival, which is scheduled from February 13 to 23.

The location of the upcoming award ceremony has not been revealed as of now. BAFTA 2024 was held at the Royal Festival Hall in London, and Oppenheimer, Poor Things, and The Zone of Interest bagged the most awards.

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Some consider it to be the most followed award ceremony of the year, as it’s held weeks before the Academy Awards. This way, people get an idea about the major wins at the Oscars as well. 

This year’s BAFTA signaled the success of Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer at the Oscars. Being one of the most trusted predictors of wins at the Academy Awards, this international ceremony holds great significance. 

The last BAFTA ceremony was a huge success, as it recorded a peak of 3.8 million viewers on BBC One. Notably, this was the highest watch number in the last four years. Not only this, the British Film and Television Association also garnered more than 20 million views on the highlights on their social media accounts. The members of the organization itself are responsible for the voting. 


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