|The British Academy of Film and Television Arts supports, develops, and promotes the art form of the moving image and has been recognizing and rewarding talent in the games industry since 1998.BAFTA is a global network of more than 6,500 games, film, and television professionals in the US, UK, and Asia. The charity runs a year-round international program of live and online learning events that provide unique access to the world’s most inspiring talent. Through these masterclasses, lectures, and debates, BAFTA can connect with audiences of all ages and backgrounds.
Our membership not only helps us identify rising stars within the industry but also supports the future of our industries by developing talent through our many mentoring schemes. Through these schemes and scholarship programs, BAFTA initiatives ensure that talent is supported and developed at all levels of the moving image industries.
As part of BAFTA’s Games program, we’re delighted to present a free Masterclass with multi-BAFTA Award-winning game director and writer, Sam Barlow, Reinventing the Police Procedural: How Her Story allowed the audience to play detective in a post-Serial world. The Masterclass is July 18 at the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York City. Click here to register (enter your email, choose registration type Games4Change, and promo code G4C). We look forward to seeing you there!
If you’re interested in joining BAFTA as a Games member, click here for information on eligibility, and a link to our application form. For general information about BAFTA Games, visit our website at www.bafta.org/games.