Bafta

The BAFTA Games Awards took place last night with Fallout 4 scooping the Best Game award. It overcame strong competition from The Witcher 3, Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain, Everybody’s Gone...
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John Carmack is a name synonymous with some of the most significant games in history, including Wolfenstein 3D, Quake and Doom. But we'll always remember him for Commander Keen! As a lead programmer,...
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BAFTA today announced its list of nominees for its game awards and indie games have been recognised for their achievements in 2015. Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture picked up ten nominations, more...
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BAFTA today announced its list of nominees for a range of game awards and Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture leads the way with ten nominations. It has been nominated for awards such as Best Game,...
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The excellent Alien: Isolation has picked up six nominations for this year's BAFTA Game Awards.The title is up for Best Game, British Game, Game Design, Game Innovation, Music and Audio Achievement...
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The Gallagher brothers have been a source of entertainment for years with frequent spats and insults taking up column inches, and now that story could be brought to the big screen. Noel Gallagher says...
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Sandra Bullock missed the BAFTA Awards because her son was ill. The 49-year-old star - who was nominated for Best Actress - had been due to walk the red carpet at London's Royal Opera House on Sunday...
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There is unfiltered and then there is Thompson. OK, nobody really needs another reason to jump on the Emma Thompson adoration bandwagon, but you only live once. Awards season is the where celebrity narcissism...
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The Norwich radio jockey is here to stay. If fans thought Alan Partridge: Alpha Papa was a sentimental send-off by creator Steve Coogan, the comedian has assured them they are wrong. During last night’s...
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He really, really didn't expect to win. Will Poulter is the kid who gets bitten on the junk by a spider in We're the Millers or the really annoying youth in Prince Caspian who you kind of which would...
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So it’s the BAFTA red carpet. Famous people stand around looking famous and are incentivised ($$$) to speak to the not famous peoples and their soul-capturing robots i.e. cameras. Leonardo DiCaprio was...
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Michael Fassbender was shot "point blank" when the '12 Years a Slave' cast and crew went paintballing. The 36-year-old actor admits his role as abusive slave master Edwin Epps in the movie sawhim targetted...
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Oprah Winfrey was stitched into her BAFTA gown ahead of the ceremony last night at London's Royal Opera House. The 60-year-old actress and talk show host struggled to get into her Stella McCartney dress...
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The full list of BAFTA nominees was today released with Gravity leading the charge with 11 nominations in total. The film pips 12 Years a Slave and American Hustle, which had ten apiece, for most nominations,...
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Beating Black Ops II at its own game. Journey was the big winner of last night’s Videogame BAFTAs after picking up five awards. The game, developed by thatgamecompany, netted awards for Online Multiplayer,...
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The full list of triumphs and disasters from yesterdays show. Award season is reaching fever pitch in the run up the Academy Awards with the Baftas taking place last night. The 66th British Academy Film...
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