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ScreenUK at the BAFTAs

The 75th British Academy Film Awards, also known as the BAFTAs, were held on 13 March 2022 at the Royal Albert Hall in London. We took to the red carpet to get insights into the UK films and filmmaking talent the industry's insiders are most excited about.

Who would the stars most like to meet?

Which British film would you like to have starred in?

How important is British filmmaking?

"I think the British fundamentally believe in creativity."

- Joanna Scanlan, actress, After Love

Beating names like Lady Gaga and Tessa Thomson, Joanna Scanlan took home the award for Best Actress on the night for her powerful performance as a grieving widow in Aleem Khan’s After Love.

"We've been known for being storytellers... there is such great craft here."

- Iain Canning, producer, Power of the Dog

Power of the Dog took home awards for both Best Film and Best Director at the BAFTAs. Australian director Jane Campion shot most of this full-blooded, emotional western in New Zealand but the film also boasts an array of British talent both in front of, and behind the camera.

In this clip one of the film's British producers tells us what he thinks makes the UK an attractive filming destination.