The 2019 BAFTA awards will take place today (Sunday, February 10th).
Although held in the UK at London’s Royal Albert Hall, the biggest night in the British film calendar isn’t always televised live.
Here is everything you need to know about the 2019 BAFTA’s.
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Are the BAFTA Awards Live?
The 2019 BAFTA Awards are not filmed live.
The awards ceremony actually takes place at 7 pm on Sunday, February 10th.
However, the broadcast of the ceremony will begin at 9 pm on BBC One, roughly when the awards ceremony would have come to a close in real time.
We highly recommend staying off social media and avoiding the Twitter and Instagram accounts of those who have been nominated if you don’t want any potential spoilers.
Who is Hosting the 2019 BAFTA Awards?
Joanna Lumley will once again be on hosting duties after she made her debut last year.
The Absolutely Fabulous star took over from long-time host Stephen Fry, who had been the master of proceedings for 12 years.
Joanna’s first performance as host earned mixed reviews, with a misconstrued inside joke involving actress Jennifer Lawrence being the centre of controversy.
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