Competitions

Want to win some great prizes, or simply up for a challenge? Check out our latest competition below.

  • Young Presenter Competition 2022

    BAFTA’s Young Presenter Competition is open for entries!

    This year, we’ve changed our age categories to 10-14 and 15-18, which means we’re on the lookout for two winners.  Create a short video on this year’s Children’s Mental Health Week theme – Growing Together – and submit here for your chance to win.  If you want inspiration on the theme of well-being and emotional growth, take a look at the Virtual Assemblies hosted by Lindsey Russell and Emma Willis, featuring Oti Mabuse, Kia Pegg and Kit Young.

    Winners have the opportunity to host BAFTA’s content for children and young people as well as attending special events at BAFTA’s London HQ.  Previous winners have gone on to interview A-list stars at various BAFTA events, including Tom Hiddleston and BAFTA President HRH The Duke of Cambridge, as well as presenting on popular children’s television shows and at events around the world. 

    Entry deadline: 26 April

     

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  • Young Presenter Competition 2019

    Gracie Gosling Wins 2019 BAFTA Kids' Young Presenter competition

    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts, in partnership with First News, announce that 11 year-old Gracie Gosling has won the 2019 BAFTA Kids’ Young Presenter competition.

    Watch Gracie’s audition tape, in which she tells us what she cares about most!

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  • 2018 Young Presenter Winner

    Congrats to our latest winner

    The 2018 BAFTA Kids Young Presenter competition winner is 13-year-old Daniel McGovern from Chesterfield!

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  • Young Game Designers

    Our annual competition for 10-18 year olds

    Whether you love to code, draw or write the story, BAFTA Young Game Designers gives you an insight into the world of game making, as well the chance to win once-in-a-lifetime experiences with top game makers through our annual competition.

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