British Academy of Film and Television Arts

This year's awards will be given out over two nights, Bafta has also confirmed.
Line Of Duty, Coronation Street and Love Island are also in the running.
This week in the world of entertainment, Brad Pitt added a BAFTA to his Golden Globe, teeing him up for that possible Oscar win this Sunday. Al Pacino took a tumble on the red carpet, made an unexpected appearance on The One Show and we look at some ridiculous celebrity facial expressions.
Margot Robbie, Joaquin Phoenix and Renée Zellweger who attended the bash at London's Royal Albert Hall.
While Margot Robbie has received two nominations in the same category, it's been noted actors of colour have been overlooked completely.
It comes in light of sexual abuse allegations made against him.
All three stars of "The Favourite", as well as its director, have been nominated for BAFTAs. Director Yorgos Lanthimos' period drama racked up 12 nominations, with "A Star is Born", "First Man", "Roma" and "Bohemian Rhapsody" receiving seven nominations each.
Game Of Phones: Treat your commute to this stunning BAFTA award-winning game for iPhone and Android.
Letitia Wright and Natalie Dormer led the stars making a powerful fashion statement in black dresses at the 2018 Baftas.
Kate's outfit followed royal protocol by 'remaining strictly neutral'.
Naomie Harris' sheer embellished top also deserves special mention.
None of these actors have ever won a BAFTA, despite being incredibly famous and talented actors.
Natalie Portman focused attention on this year’s BAFTAs where once again there are no women shortlisted for directing
Stephen Fry has stepped down after 12 years.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences also slammed Hollywood for its “willful ignorance and complicity.”
Theresa May praises victims' 'courage' and urges more to come forward.
Movie mogul Harvey Weinstein could be stripped of his British honour following the allegations of sexual assault and harassment
'I beg you all to stop this unnecessary killing of innocent people.'
The father of Damilola Taylor, the schoolboy killed in Peckham in a case that shocked Britain, has issued a heartfelt plea