BAFTA Film Awards: Final Four Categories to Be Aired Live, Backstage Studio Added, Show to Have Two Hosts

BAFTA Film Awards: Final Four Categories to Be Aired Live, Backstage Studio Added, Show to Have Two Hosts
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has revised its broadcast plans for the film awards, which take place on Feb. 19 at London’s Royal Festival Hall (pictured).

For the first time in its history, the event will culminate in a live broadcast of the final four categories. In previous years, the ceremony has been recorded and broadcast as-live on the same day.

The broadcast is being aired on BBC One in the U.K. and is syndicated globally.

The production will have two hosts, leading the ceremony from the auditorium. There will also be a new backstage studio. The intention is to give audiences an “access all areas” experience, complete with VTs from the red carpet and backstage, alongside talent interviews from past and present winners, nominees and presenters.

Music performances will feature throughout the broadcast.

The broadcast is co-produced by BAFTA and Spun Gold TV.

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