Students and emerging professionals in the moving image industries are invited to submit films, documentaries, animation, original music, entertainment programmes and games works for consideration. Entries should be submitted by Monday 19 January 2015.
This year’s ceremony will take place at The Arches in Glasgow on 9 April 2015. Previous winners have gone on to enjoy successful careers as a result of their triumphs, such as Ainslie Henderson, who scooped the 2012 Animation award for his film It’s About Spending Time Together, before going on to win BAFTAs for his work.
The closing date for entries is Monday 19 January 2015 at 5pm. The entry fee is £30 (including VAT) per entry per category.
Entry is online via a secure website – the BAFTA Entry Platform: http://entry.bafta.org
The Entry Platform will be open for entries from Wednesday 17 December 2014 until Monday 19 January 2015 at 5pm.
...for the 2nd time this year