Definition of BAFTA noun from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary



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an award presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts He won a BAFTA for the role. Culture BAFTA is a British organization which gives awards every year to film and television actors, producers, etc. It was formed in 1958, when two previous organizations joined together. Originally, it was known as the Society of Film and Television Arts, and has had its present name since 1976. The BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Awards for websites, games, etc. were introduced in 1997. see also Emmy

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