BAFTA Children & Young People Awards winners!

The winners have been announced...

It was the BAFTA & Young People Awards this weekend!

Take a look at the winners below:

The Snail and the Whale won the BAFTA for Animation and first-time winners Max Lang & Daniel Snaddon won in the Director category. 

There were two first-time winners across the performance categories. George Webster won the BAFTA for Presenter for his work across CBeebies Presentation and Taiya Samuel won for Young Performer for her role in JoJo & Gran Gran. 

Chris O’Dowd won in Performer for his role in Here We Are: Notes for Living on Planet Earth. 

Content for Change award was won by El Deafo, which tells the story of a young Cece and her inner superhero alter ego El Deafo, as Cece starts to lose her hearing. 

Animated feature Wolfwalkers won the award for Feature Film.

The BAFTA for Non-Scripted was presented to FYI: Ukraine Invasion Special, and the award for Scripted went to Dodger. The Writer award went to The Amazing World of Gumball.  

Pre-School Animation was presented to Hey Duggee, marking its fourth win in this category. Lovely Little Farm won in the Pre-School Live Action category. 

The animated television series Bluey won in International. Sackboy: A Big Adventure won the Game category, following its win in the BAFTA Games Awards in 2021. 

The awards were presented by a host of stars and content creators including Alishea Cambell-Drummond, Joseph Coelho, Dani Harmer, Jason Isaacs, Molly Rainford, Ben Shires, Inel Tomlinson, Amir Wilson, as well as 2022 BAFTA Young Presenter competition winners, Maryam Drammeh and Jeriah Kibusi.

Well done to all the winners!

Find out more here!

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