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British Academy Children's Awards

British Academy Children's Awards
Country  United Kingdom
First awarded 1969
Official website //childrens-awards.org.baftawww

The British Academy Children's Awards are presented in an annual award show hosted by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA). They have been awarded annually since 1969.

Contents

  • Awards 1
    • Animation 1.1
    • BAFTA Kids' Vote - Feature Film 1.2
    • BAFTA Kids' Vote - Television 1.3
    • BAFTA Kids' Vote - Video Game 1.4
    • BAFTA Kids' Vote - Website 1.5
    • BAFTA Young Game Designers 1.6
      • BAFTA Young Game Designers: Game Concept 1.6.1
      • BAFTA Young Game Designers: Game Making 1.6.2
    • Channel of the Year 1.7
    • Comedy 1.8
    • Drama 1.9
    • Entertainment 1.10
    • Factual 1.11
    • Feature Film 1.12
    • Independent Production Company Of The Year 1.13
    • Interactive 1.14
    • International 1.15
    • Learning - Primary 1.16
    • Learning - Secondary 1.17
    • Multiplatform 1.18
    • Performer 1.19
    • Pre-School Animation 1.20
    • Pre-School Live Action 1.21
    • Presenter 1.22
    • Short Form 1.23
    • Special Award 1.24
    • Video Game 1.25
    • Writer 1.26
  • References 2
  • External links 3

Awards

Animation

BAFTA Kids' Vote - Feature Film

BAFTA Kids' Vote - Television

BAFTA Kids' Vote - Video Game

BAFTA Kids' Vote - Website

  • 2011: Bin Weevils
  • 2012: Bin Weevils
  • 2013: Bin Weevils
  • 2014: Bin Weevils

BAFTA Young Game Designers

  • 2011: Rollin' Scotch

BAFTA Young Game Designers: Game Concept

  • 2012: Vacuum Panic AKA Suck It Up

BAFTA Young Game Designers: Game Making

  • 2012: Smiley Dodgems

Channel of the Year

Comedy

Drama

Entertainment

Factual

Feature Film

Independent Production Company Of The Year

Interactive

International

Learning - Primary

  • 2011: Quiff and Boot
  • 2012: Seeking Refuge
  • 2013: Children Of World War 2

Learning - Secondary

  • 2011: Privates
  • 2012: L8R Youngers 2
  • 2013: Just a Few Drinks

Multiplatform

Performer

Pre-School Animation

Pre-School Live Action

  • 2011: Bookaboo
  • 2012: Justin's House
  • 2013: CBeebies Ugly Duckling

Presenter

Short Form

  • 2011: Dipdap
  • 2012: Share a Story
  • 2013: Share a Story

Special Award

Video Game

Writer

References

  • 2011 British Academy Children's Awards Winners, BAFTA

External links

  • Official website
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