BAFTA Awards 2024: When And Where To Watch The British Awards?
BAFTA Awards 2024: When And Where To Watch The British Awards?

As the anticipation mounts, the prestigious 77th BAFTA Awards 2024, often dubbed as the British Oscars, are mere hours away. The red carpet is poised to unfurl, beckoning the luminaries of Western cinema to grace the ceremony in their sartorial splendor. With the eyes of the world upon it, this glittering affair promises to captivate movie enthusiasts globally.

Serving as a harbinger for the Oscars, these awards celebrate the pinnacle of cinematic excellence from the past year. Renowned as the apex honors in British cinema, the BAFTA Awards are slated for February 18, with the illustrious Deepika Padukone among the presenters.

BAFTA Awards 2024
BAFTA Awards 2024. Pic Credit @BAFTA Official

Ahead of the grand soirée, here’s a curated glimpse into what lies ahead:

Where and When to Tune In BAFTA Awards 2024?

Audiences in the UK can catch the BAFTA Awards live on BBC One and BBC iPlayer, while those across the pond can stream it on BritBox. The ceremony kicks off at 2 p.m. ET/7 p.m. BST. The red carpet buzz will be hosted by Clara Amfo and Alex Zane, streaming live on BAFTA’s YouTube page.

In India, the exclusive streaming partner Lionsgate Play will broadcast the event on February 17, starting at 7 p.m. GMT. For viewers in India, the show begins at 12:30 a.m. on February 19.

BAFTA Awards 2024: Where’s the Venue?

The opulent Royal Festival Hall in London sets the stage for this illustrious event.

BAFTA Awards 2024: Who’s Steering the Ship?

Esteemed Scottish actor David Tennant steps into the role of host for BAFTA 2024, renowned for his performances in Harry Potter and Doctor Who. Expressing both excitement and humility, Tennant remarked to Variety, “I am! But I’m a bit bewildered…”

BAFTA Awards 2024: The Nominees’ Roster

Christopher Nolan’s biographical drama “Oppenheimer” leads the pack with an impressive 13 nominations. Emma Stone‘s “Poor Things” and Martin Scorsese’s “Killers of the Flower Moon” follow closely, each garnering nine nominations.

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