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BAFTAs quietly shine light on top-notch performances

By Ben Wood

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Feb 21, 2014

~~<p>There wasn't much publicity leading up to Sunday's British Academy Film Awards shown by BBCA and that's unfortunate as it was a good, fast-moving show that many moviegoers may have missed. Except for a few categories, the BAFTAs are open to all nationalities.</p>
<p><strong>Prince William</strong> presented <strong>Helen Mirren</strong> with the Fellowship Award. The prince, in the front row, earlier took a high-five from rapper <strong>Tinie Tempah</strong> after he came rapping into the London crowd from the stage. My word, such audacity!</p>
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There wasn't much publicity leading up to Sunday's British Academy Film Awards shown by BBCA and that's unfortunate as it was a good, fast-moving show that many moviegoers may have missed. Except for a few categories, the BAFTAs are open to all nationalities.

Prince William presented Helen Mirren with the Fellowship Award. The prince, in the front row, earlier took a high-five from rapper Tinie Tempah after he came rapping into the London crowd from the stage. My word, such audacity! Login for more...



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