2014 BAFTA Awards Timetable Announced

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by Beth Hanna
June 11, 2013 12:42 PM
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BAFTA, the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, announced today the timetable for the 2014 BAFTA Awards, to be held on February 16 at the Royal Opera House in London's Covent Garden, and to be broadcast by the BBC. Details on key dates for voting rounds, nominations and other deadlines below. 

To be eligible, a film must be released theatrically in the UK between January 1 and December 31 of 2013.

2013:

Wednesday 13 November              Entry deadline

 

Wednesday 11 December              Round One Voting opens

 

Thursday 19 December                   Screening deadline for ‘qualified’ films

 

2014:

Friday 3 January                             Round One Voting closes

 

Wednesday 8 January                    Nominations Announcement; Round Two Voting opens

 

Wednesday 12 February                 Round Two Voting closes

 

Friday 14 February                          All entered films to open for general release by this date

 

Saturday 15 February                     Nominees’ Party

 

Sunday 16 February                        E British Academy Film Awards

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  • raphael gouthier | June 25, 2013 1:09 PMReply

    Now please, if any one thinks otherwise it would be reasonable if any of you could state your opinions or corrections.

    er...... fingers crossed?

  • Raphael Gouthier | June 25, 2013 1:05 PMReply

    The 2014 bafta awards. exactly just how many awards are there? lets see here: the bafta awards, the academy awards, the golden globe awards, and last but not least the Oscar awards. Now please forgive me if I'm missing anything out, I am certain of the rest just can't seem to comprehend with the lack of consideration for the action films. I mean seriously, does anyone know the work these people go through simply in just making these films! and believe me, I am aware of directors (like Christopher Nolan,and others). more on that matter, my main concern is the actors. Actors like: Javier bardem in his greatest performance yet, (skyfall to be precise) Micheal Fassbinder in Prometheus, so much more! And here i am thinking... all of these awards all across the globe all celebrate the same thing.

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