BAFTA Los Angeles TV Tea

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The annual BAFTA Los Angeles TV Tea was hosted last weekend in the Garden Terrace of the luxurious SLS Hotel at Beverly Hills.

The event, routinely held on the weekend of the Primetime Emmy Awards, celebrates a year of achievements in television and the productive relationship between the British and American TV industries. As well as honouring excellence in television, the TV Tea also includes a silent auction to raise funds and awareness of BAFTA Los Angeles’ outreach work in the local community.

This year’s TV Tea was a star-studded affair. Celebrity attendees included the likes of Minnie Driver, Chris O’Dowd, Cat Deeley, Stephen Merchant and Lizzy Caplan.

Want to see the snaps? Check out the BAFTA picture gallery here.

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20 Aug 2014
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This week, Adeel Akhtar (Utopia, Four Lions) takes on our 60 second interview challenge!

Watch the full series here.

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Want to write for children’s film or TV? Two weeks left to apply to the BAFTA Rocliffe Forum focused on children’s media, deadline 1 September. Click here to find out more
18 Aug 2014
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bafta-film:

Want to write for children’s film or TV? Two weeks left to apply to the BAFTA Rocliffe Forum focused on children’s media, deadline 1 September. Click here to find out more

13 Aug 2014
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This week’s 60 second interview is with actor David Morrissey (The Walking Dead, The Driver). Watch as he reveals the importance of good luck, and why he thinks Ray Winstone would be perfect for the role of a famous secret agent…

Want more? Watch Morrissey’s advice for aspiring actors

08 Aug 2014
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What’s it like writing a sitcom with a team of writers? We hear from Greg Daniels (Parks and Recreation, The Office) and Sam Bain and Jesse Armstrong (Fresh Meat, Peep Show) to find out what they look for when they’re putting a group of writers together. 

Find out more about screenwriting on BAFTA Guru.

Our BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum comedy scriptwriting competition winners will be showcasing their talents at the Edinburgh TV Festival or the New York Television Festival later this year. Click here to find out more about the initiative.
06 Aug 2014
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Our BAFTA Rocliffe New Writing Forum comedy scriptwriting competition winners will be showcasing their talents at the Edinburgh TV Festival or the New York Television Festival later this year. Click here to find out more about the initiative.

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