For the first time ever, BAFTA will be presenting awards across the weekend, with both shows broadcast on the BBC with Edith Bowman, Dermot O’Leary and Clara Amfo hosting.

BBC Radio 1’s Clara Amfo will host the EE BAFTA Film Awards Opening Night, airing on Saturday 10 April on BBC Two and BBC Two HD. Clara will be joined by a panel of guests, which are yet to be announced. Using behind the scenes footage from the nominated films to explore the creative process, audiences will get a fascinating, in-depth look at these expert crafts. The programme gives BAFTA a unique opportunity to showcase all aspects of the filmmaking process while eight BAFTA winners will be revealed on the night. BAFTA will also celebrate the Outstanding British Contribution to Cinema recipient, who will be at the Royal Albert Hall for the only in-person Awards-giving moment.

On Sunday 11 April, Clara, as the official EE presenter, will interview other BAFTA presenters from the Royal Albert Hall. Through the magic of technology, Clara will also be connecting with Award recipients virtually as part of EE BAFTA’s ‘Winner Reactions’. All content will be available exclusively on EE’s Twitter throughout the evening of Sunday 11 April.

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Edith Bowman and Dermot O’Leary will host the second night of the EE British Academy Film Awardsairing on Sunday 11 April on BBC One and BBC One HD, which celebrates the very best in British and International talent. Edith and Dermot, who for several years have hosted BAFTA’s live red carpet show, will be joined by a small group of Awards presenters at the Royal Albert Hall, as well as additional presenters joining from Los Angeles. All nominees will join the show virtually alongside a virtual audience. 17 awards will be announced, including the public-voted EE Rising Star Award and the Fellowship, BAFTA’s highest honour.

The programme will also highlight British film, as well as giving audiences an exciting sneak peek at the year ahead as cinemas around the world begin to re-open.  Each nominee for the EE Rising Star Award will be celebrated individually during the show. There will also be musical performances, with further details to follow.

EE BAFTA Film Awards Opening Night and the EE British Academy Film Awards will be broadcast in over 160 territories around the world.