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The Children's Media Foundation

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The Children’s Media Foundation is a new organisation dedicated to working with others to help UK children have access to the best possible media in the world. It was formed from bringing together two previous organizations – Save Kids’ TV and the Children’s Film and Television Foundation – but its aims and intended membership are much broader than either of those organisations.
 

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BAFTAs 2013: Full nominations

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The BAFTAs 2013 takes place on 10 February at the Royal Opera House, London. Here is the list of all nominees, with links to relevant films on Production Intelligence.

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Oscars 2013: Full nominations

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The Oscars 2013 takes place on Sunday, February 24th in Beverly Hills. Here is the list of all nominees, with relevant links to films on Production Intelligence.

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The British Comedy Awards 2012: The winners

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The cream of UK comedy and entertainment were in force last night for The British Comedy Awards 2012, which took place at The Fountain Studios. Hunderby lead the way by picking up awards for best sitcom and best new comedy programme.

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Call for Entries: Learning on Screen Awards 2013

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Entries are now being accepted for the Learning on Screen Awards 2013 which take place at the BFI Southbank on Thursday 18 April 2013. Entry deadline is 3 December 2012. The Learning on Screen Awards celebrate and reward excellence in the production of moving image and related media in education.

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The 56th BFI London Film Festival (LFF)

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The 56th BFI London Film Festival (LFF) has got off to a glittering start with the Opening Night gala screening of Frankenweenie 3D, Tim Burton’s stop motion animation feature made at London’s 3 Mills Studios. The auteur and his partner, Helena Bonham Carter, are also the recipients of this year’s prestigious BFI Fellowship.

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2012 BAFTA Television Awards

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Congratulations to Sunday night’s winners and nominees at the 2012 TV BAFTA Television Awards.

An Appropriate Adult picked up three gongs beating the likes of Sherlock’s Benedict Cumberbatch and This is England ‘88’s Vicky McClure.

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