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BAFTA Awards: 2002

BAFTA Film Award

Date:24 February
Host:Stephen Fry (I)
Location:Odeon, Leicester Square, London, England, UK

Best Film not in the English Language
  Winner:
 
  Other Nominees:
 
  • Abril Despedaçado (2001) - Arthur Cohn; Walter Salles
  • Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le (2001) - Claudie Ossard; Jean-Pierre Jeunet
  • Monsoon Wedding (2001) - Caroline Baron (I); Mira Nair
  • Pianiste, La (2001) - Veit Heiduschka; Michael Haneke

  • Best Film
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Beautiful Mind, A (2001) - Brian Grazer; Ron Howard (I)
  • Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le (2001) - Claudie Ossard
  • Moulin Rouge! (2001) - Martin Brown (II); Baz Luhrmann; Fred Baron (I)
  • Shrek (2001) - Aron Warner; John H. Williams; Jeffrey Katzenberg

  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • In the Bedroom (2001) - Tom Wilkinson (I)
  • Iris (2001/I) - Jim Broadbent
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001) - Ian McKellen
  • Shipping News, The (2001) - Kevin Spacey

  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) - Renée Zellweger
  • Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le (2001) - Audrey Tautou
  • In the Bedroom (2001) - Sissy Spacek
  • Others, The (2001) - Nicole Kidman

  • Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) - Colin Firth
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) - Robbie Coltrane
  • Iris (2001/I) - Hugh Bonneville
  • Shrek (2001) - Eddie Murphy (I)

  • Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Gosford Park (2001) - Helen Mirren
  • Gosford Park (2001) - Maggie Smith (I)
  • Iris (2001/I) - Kate Winslet
  • Shipping News, The (2001) - Judi Dench

  • Best Screenplay - Original
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Gosford Park (2001) - Julian Fellowes
  • Moulin Rouge! (2001) - Baz Luhrmann; Craig Pearce (I)
  • Others, The (2001) - Alejandro Amenábar
  • Royal Tenenbaums, The (2001) - Wes Anderson; Owen Wilson (I)

  • Best Screenplay - Adapted
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Beautiful Mind, A (2001) - Akiva Goldsman
  • Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) - Helen Fielding; Andrew Davies (I); Richard Curtis (I)
  • Iris (2001/I) - Richard Eyre (I); Charles Wood (III)
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001) - Fran Walsh; Philippa Boyens; Peter Jackson (I)

  • Best Cinematography
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Black Hawk Down (2001) - Slawomir Idziak
  • Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le (2001) - Bruno Delbonnel
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001) - Andrew Lesnie
  • Moulin Rouge! (2001) - Donald McAlpine

  • Best Costume Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) - Judianna Makovsky
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001) - Ngila Dickson
  • Moulin Rouge! (2001) - Catherine Martin (I); Angus Strathie
  • Planet of the Apes (2001) - Colleen Atwood

  • Best Sound
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Black Hawk Down (2001) - Chris Munro; Per Hallberg; Michael Minkler; Myron Nettinga; Karen M. Baker
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) - John Midgley (I); Eddy Joseph; Ray Merrin; Graham Daniel; Adam Daniel (I)
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001) - David Farmer (I); Hammond Peek; Christopher Boyes; Gethin Creagh; Michael Semanick; Ethan Van der Ryn; Mike Hopkins (I)
  • Shrek (2001) - Andy Nelson (I); Anna Behlmer; Wylie Stateman; Lon Bender

  • Best Editing
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Black Hawk Down (2001) - Pietro Scalia
  • Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le (2001) - Hervé Schneid
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001) - John Gilbert (IX)
  • Moulin Rouge! (2001) - Jill Bilcock

  • Best Achievement in Special Visual Effects
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Artificial Intelligence: AI (2001) - Dennis Muren; Scott Farrar (I); Michael Lantieri
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) - Robert Legato; Nick Davis (II); John Richardson (II); Roger Guyett; Jim Berney
  • Moulin Rouge! (2001) - Chris Godfrey (II); Andy Brown (IV); Nathan McGuinness; Brian Cox (IV)
  • Shrek (2001) - Ken Bielenberg

  • Best Short Film
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Inferno (2001/II) - Teun Hilte; Paul Kousoulides; Sharat Sardana
  • Red Peppers, The (2001) - Lee Santana (II); Dominic Santana
  • Skin Deep (2001) - Andy Porter; Yousaf Ali Khan
  • Tattoo (2001) - Arabella Page Croft; Sara Putt (I); Jules Williamson; Jemma Field

  • Best Short Animation
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Camouflage (2001/II) - Jonathan Bairstow; Jonathan Hodgson
  • Home Road Movies (2001) - Dick Arnall; Robert Bradbrook (I); Ian Sellar
  • Tuesday (2001) - Geoff Dunbar (I); Judith Roberts (IV)
  • World of Interiors, The (2001) - Chris Shepherd (I); Bunny Schendler

  • Best Make Up/Hair
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Gosford Park (2001) - Sallie Jaye; Jan Archibald
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) - Amanda Knight (I); Eithne Fennel; Nick Dudman
  • Moulin Rouge! (2001) - Maurizio Silvi; Aldo Signoretti
  • Planet of the Apes (2001) - Rick Baker (I); Toni G; Kazuhiro Tsuji

  • Best Production Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Gosford Park (2001) - Stephen Altman
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) - Stuart Craig
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001) - Grant Major
  • Moulin Rouge! (2001) - Catherine Martin (I)

  • Michael Balcon Award

      Awarded to:
     

    Alexander Korda Award for Best British Film

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Bridget Jones's Diary (2001) - Tim Bevan (I); Eric Fellner; Jonathan Cavendish
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) - David Heyman; Chris Columbus
  • Iris (2001/I) - Robert Fox (II); Scott Rudin; Richard Eyre (I)
  • Me Without You (2001) - Finola Dwyer; Sandra Goldbacher

  • David Lean Award for Direction

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Beautiful Mind, A (2001) - Ron Howard (I)
  • Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le (2001) - Jean-Pierre Jeunet
  • Gosford Park (2001) - Robert Altman (I)
  • Moulin Rouge! (2001) - Baz Luhrmann

  • Anthony Asquith Award for Film Music

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Fabuleux destin d'Amélie Poulain, Le (2001) - Yann Tiersen
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001) - Howard Shore
  • Mulholland Dr. (2001) - Angelo Badalamenti
  • Shrek (2001) - Harry Gregson-Williams; John Powell (I)

  • Carl Foreman Award for the Most Promising Newcomer

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Gosford Park (2001) - Julian Fellowes (writer)
  • Late Night Shopping (2001) - Jack Lothian (writer)
  • Parole Officer, The (2001) - Steve Coogan (writer); Henry Normal (writer)
  • South West 9 (2001) - Richard Parry (II) (director/co-writer)
  • Strictly Sinatra (2001) - Ruth Kenley-Letts (producer)

  • Audience Award

      Winner:
     

    Academy Fellowship

      Awarded to:
     

    BAFTA TV Award

    Date:21 April, 12 May (craft awards)
    Host:Chris Tarrant
    Location:Savoy Hotel, London, England, UK (craft awards)

    Best Actor
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Love in a Cold Climate" (2001) - Alan Bates (I)
  • "Way We Live Now, The" (2001) - David Suchet
  • Vacuuming Completely Nude in Paradise (2001) (TV) - Timothy Spall

  • Best Actress
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Bob & Rose" (2001) - Lesley Sharp
  • Perfect Strangers (2001) (TV) - Lindsay Duncan (I)
  • Russian Bride, The (2001) (TV) - Sheila Hancock

  • Best New Director (Factual)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Alcohol Years, The (2000) - Carol Morley (II)
  • Lift (2001/II) - Marc Isaacs (II)
  • Me And My Dad - Penny Jagessar

  • Best New Director (Fiction)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Hearts and Bones" (2000) - Brian Kirk (III)
  • "Teachers" (2001) - Richard Dale (II)
  • Sweet Revenge (2001) (TV) - David Morrissey (I)

  • Best Costume Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Cazalets, The" (2001) - Frances Tempest
  • "Love in a Cold Climate" (2001) - Mike O'Neill (I)
  • Othello (2001) (TV) - Les Lansdown

  • Best Sound (Fiction/Entertainment)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Way We Live Now, The" (2001) - Simon Okin; Danny Longhurst; Stuart Hilliker
  • Lost World, The (2001) (TV) - Hugh Johnson (III); David Madigan; David Crozier (II)
  • Othello (2001) (TV) - Maurice Hillier; Colin Martin (II); Laura Lovejoy; Peter Bond (I)

  • Best Sound (Factual)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Blue Planet, The" (2001) - "team"
  • "Walk on By: The Story of Popular Song" (2001) - Peter Davies (VIII); Paul Cowgill; Ravi Gurnam; Jane Barnet
  • "Walking with Beasts" (2001) - Kenny Clark; Jovan Ajder; Chris Burdon

  • Best Editing (Factual)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Blue Planet, The" (2001) - "team"
  • Joined: The World Of Siamese Twins (2001) (TV) - Paul van Dyck
  • Kumbh Mela: The Greatest Show On Earth (2001) (TV) - "team"

  • Best Editing (Fiction/Entertainment)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Clocking Off" (2000) - Mark Elliott (II); Edward Mansell; Tony Cranstoun
  • "Way We Live Now, The" (2001) - Mark Day (I)
  • Perfect Strangers (2001) (TV) - Paul Tothill

  • Best Visual Effects & Graphic Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Walking with Beasts" (2001) - "team"
  • Building the Impossible: The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World (2000) (TV) - "team"
  • Lost World, The (2001) (TV) - William Bartlett (II); Virgil Manning; Darren Byford

  • Best Factual Series or Strand
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Blue Planet, The" (2001) - "production team"
  • "Welcome to Britain" (2001) - Edwina Vardey; Rachel Coughlan
  • Langan: Behind The Lines (????) - Bob Long (V); Rachel Foster (II); Ben Summers (II)

  • Huw Wheldon Award for Specialist Factual
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Six Wives of Henry VIII, The" (2001) - "production team"
  • "Walk on By: The Story of Popular Song" (2001) - Michael Poole (III); Alan Lewens
  • 1940s House, The (2001) (TV) - Alex Graham (I); Simon Shaw (I); Caroline Ross Pirie

  • Best Current Affairs
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Panorama" (1953) {Jeffrey Archer: A Life of Lies} - Terry Tyldesley; Michael Crick (II); Mike Robinson (II)
  • Endgame in Ireland (2001) (TV) - Norma Percy; Mark Anderson (XIII); Mick Gold
  • One Day of Terror: New York Witnesses (2001) (TV) - Fiona Murch; Farah Durrani; Rob Moore (X)

  • Richard Dimbleby Award for the Best Presenter (Factual, Features and News)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "History of Britain, A" (2000) - Simon Schama
  • "Newsnight" (1980) - Jeremy Paxman
  • "Parkinson" (1971) - Michael Parkinson (II)

  • Situation Comedy Award
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme" (1999) - Francis Matthews (I); Tristram Shapeero; Jonathan Harvey (II)
  • "Happiness" (2001) - Rosemary McGowan; Declan Lowney (I); Paul Whitehouse (I); David Cummings
  • "Spaced" (1999) - Nira Park; Edgar Wright; Jessica Hynes; Simon Pegg
    - For series II.

  • Best Entertainment (Programme or Series)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Have I Got News for You" (1990) - Colin Swash; Richard Wilson (VI); Nick Martin (II); Paul Wheeler (IV)
  • "Parkinson" (1971) - Beatrice Ballard; Stuart McDonald (IV)
  • "Room 101" (1994) - Richard Wilson (VI); Victoria Payne; Geraldine Dowd

  • Best Photography (Factual)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Wild Africa" (2001) - "team"
  • "Wildlife Specials" (1997) - Jeff Turner (IV)
    - For episode "Grizzly - Face to Face".
  • Fire, Plague, War and Treason: The Great Plague (2001) (TV) - Simon Bray

  • Best Make Up & Hair Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Cazalets, The" (2001) - Elaine Smith (I)
  • Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, The (2001) (TV) - Pamela Haddock
  • Victoria & Albert (2001) (TV) - Pat Hay; Stephen Rose (I)

  • Best New Writer
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Clocking Off" (2000) - Daniel Brockelhurst
  • Gas Attack (2001) (TV) - Rowan Joffe
  • Men Only (2001) (TV) - Richard Cottan

  • Best Photography and Lighting (Fiction/Entertainment)
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Clocking Off" (2000) - Peter Greenhalgh
  • "Way We Live Now, The" (2001) - Chris Seager
  • Perfect Strangers (2001) (TV) - Cinders Forshaw

  • Best Soap
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Coronation Street" (1960) - Jane Macnaught
  • "Doctors" (2000) - "production team"
  • "Hollyoaks" (1995) - Phil Redmond; Jo Hallows

  • Best Comedy Performance
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Gimme, Gimme, Gimme" (1999) - Kathy Burke
  • "My Family" (2000) - Robert Lindsay (II)
  • Absolutely Fabulous: A Life (1998) (V) - Joanna Lumley

  • Best Comedy Programme or Series
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Brass Eye" (1997) {Paedophilia (#2.0)} - Christopher Morris (I); Philip Clarke (II); Tristram Shapeero
  • "Bremner, Bird and Fortune" (1999) - Geoff Atkinson; Steve Connelly (I); David G. Croft
  • "Kumars at No. 42, The" (2001) - Richard Pinto; Sharat Sardana; Lissa Evans

  • Best Sport
      Winner:
     
    • Channel 4 Cricket - "production team"
      Other Nominees:
     
  • British Grand Prix, Silverstone 2001 - Farewell Murray Walker - "production team"
  • FA Cup Final 2001: Liverpool V's Arsenal - Rick Waumsley; John Watts (IX); Jeff Farmer (III)
  • Germany V England - Paul Armstrong (V); Phil Bigwood; Alan Griffiths (II)

  • Best Features
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "After They Were Famous" (1999) - Judith Holder; Bridget Boseley; Southan Morris
    - For episode "The Sound of Music - Children"
  • "What Not to Wear" (2002) - Vicki Barrass; Tracy Jeune; Nick Bray
  • Farmer Wants A Wife, The - Amanda Murray (II)

  • Best Production Design
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Love in a Cold Climate" (2001) - Gerry Scott (I)
  • Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, The (2001) (TV) - James Merifield
  • Othello (2001) (TV) - Malcolm Thornton

  • Best Innovation
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Banzai" (2001) - "production team"
  • "Blue Planet, The" (2001) - Alastair Fothergill
    - For episode "The Deep".
  • "Brass Eye" (1997) {Paedophilia (#2.0)} - Christopher Morris (I); Philip Clarke (II); Tristram Shapeero

  • Best Drama Serial
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Bob & Rose" (2001) - Nicola Shindler; Ann Harrison-Baxter; Russell T. Davies
  • Perfect Strangers (2001) (TV) - John Chapman (I); Stephen Poliakoff
  • Russian Bride, The (2001) (TV) - Eileen Quinn (I); Nicholas Renton; Guy Hibbert

  • Best Single Drama
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • My Beautiful Son (2001) (TV) - Jeff Pope (I); Paul Seed; Tim Kazurinsky
  • Navigators, The (2001) - Rebecca O'Brien (I); Ken Loach; Rob Dawber
  • Othello (2001) (TV) - Anne Pivcevic; Julie Gardner (II); Geoffrey Sax; Andrew Davies (I)

  • Best News Coverage
      Winner:
     
    • "Sky News" (????) - "production team"
      - For the coverage "September 11th - 12th".
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Channel 4 News" (1982/I) - "production team"
    - For the coverage "Attack on America - 11 September".
  • "ITV News" (????) - "production team"
    - For Attack on America - 11 September.
  • "BBC News team"
    - For the BBC News coverage of the fall of Kabul - 12-13 November.

  • Best Drama Series
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "At Home with the Braithwaites" (2000) - Carolyn Reynolds; Jacky Stoller; Sally Wainwright
  • "Clocking Off" (2000) - Nicola Shindler; Juliet Charlesworth; Paul Abbott (II)
  • "Tales from Pleasure Beach" (2001) - Madonna Baptiste; Edmund Coulthard; Roger Williams (IX)

  • Best Entertainment Performance
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Bremner, Bird and Fortune" (1999) - John Bird (I); John Fortune (I)
  • "Have I Got News for You" (1990) - Paul Merton (III)
  • "Pop Idol" (2001) - Ant McPartlin; Declan Donnelly

  • Best Original Television Music
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Way We Live Now, The" (2001) - Nicholas Hooper (I)
  • Lost World, The (2001) (TV) - Robert Lane (II)
  • Perfect Strangers (2001) (TV) - Adrian Johnston

  • Flaherty Documentary Award (TV)

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "True Stories" (1990) - Leo Regan (I); Roy Ackerman; Paul van Dyck
    - For episode "Battlecentre".
  • Ellen MacArthur: Sailing Through Heaven and Hell (2001) (TV) - Steve Robinson (X); Ellen MacArthur
  • When Louis Met the Hamiltons (2001) (TV) - David Mortimer (I); Gabe Solomon; Will Yapp; Louis Theroux

  • Lew Grade Award

      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Blue Planet, The" (2001)
  • "EastEnders" (1985)
  • "My Family" (2000)
  • "Touch of Frost, A" (1992)

  • Special Award

      Awarded to:
     

    BAFTA Children's Award

    Date:24 November
    Host:Richard Blackwood
    Location:Park Lane Hilton, London, England, UK

    Best Feature Film
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone (2001) - David Heyman; Chris Columbus; Steve Kloves
  • Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, The (2001) - Peter Jackson (I); Barrie M. Osborne; Fran Walsh; Tim Sanders (I)
  • Stuart Little 2 (2002) - Douglas Wick (I); Lucy Fisher; Rob Minkoff; Bruce Joel Rubin

  • Best Drama
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Out of the Ashes" (2001) - Nicci Crowther; Dan Zeff; Kate Wood (II)
  • "Sir Gadabout, the Worst Knight in the Land" (2002) - Lucy Goodman; Ian Emes; Alex Williams (VI)
  • "Story of Tracy Beaker, The" (2002) - Jane Dauncey; Susan Tully (I); Mary Morris (V)

  • Best International
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Angela Anaconda" (1999) - Neil Court; Steven DeNure; Beth Stevenson
  • "Cubix: Robots for Everyone" (2001) - "production team"
  • "Lizzie McGuire" (2001) - Susan Estelle Jansen; Neal Israel

  • Best Presenter
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Blue Peter" (1958) - Konnie Huq
  • "Short Change" (1999) - Ortis Deley

  • Best Pre-School Live Action
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Story Makers, The" (2002) - Clare Bradley
  • "Tweenies" (1999) - Iain Lauchlan; Will Brenton; Helen Sheppard

  • Best Schools Factual - Primary
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Stop Look Listen" (1977) - Shelia Fraser; Helen Sheppard
    - For the episode "Okey Cokey Karaoke! The Raja With Big Ears".

  • Best Pre-School Animation
      Nominees:
     
  • "Andy Pandy" (1950) - Jean Flynn (I); Tim Harper (II)
  • "Bob the Builder" (1999) - Jackie Cockle; Sarah Ball

  • Best Writer
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Harry and Cosh" (2002) - Daniel Peacock
  • "I Was a Rat" (2001) - Richard Carpenter (I)

  • Best Entertainment
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "CD:UK" (1998) - Phil Mount; Nikki Parsons

  • Best Animation
      Nominees:
     
  • "Angelina Ballerina" (2001) - Ginger Gibbons (I); Roger McIntosh
  • "Animated Tales of the World" (2001) {Bad Baby Amy: A Story from Australia} - Edwina von Stiegler; Anthony Lucas (I)
  • "Cramp Twins, The" (2001) - Peter Völkle; Carole Weitzman; Brian Wood (V)

  • Best Factual
      Winner:
     
      Other Nominees:
     
  • "Art Attack" (1992) - Nic Ayling; Peter Eyre (I)
  • "Really Wild Show, The" (1986) - "production team"

  • Best Schools Drama
      Nominees:
     
  • Double Act (2002) (TV) - Yvonne Davies; Cilla Ware; Jacqueline Wilson (I)

  • Special Award (Children's)

      Winners:
     

    Kids' Vote

      Winner:
     

    BAFTA Interactive Entertainment Award

    Date:10 October

    Best Game - PC
      Winner:
     

    Best Game - Console
      Winner: