The Hunger Games Nominated for Children’s BAFTA
The Hunger Games has been nominated in two categories at the British Academy Children’s Awards. The film has been nominated for Best Feature Film (voted for by the academy) and the BAFTA Kid’s Vote for Best Feature Film. Excerpts from the BAFTA press release:
The four films nominated in the Feature Film category this year include BAFTA Fellow
Martin Scorsese’s Hugo and Disney’s The Muppets. The Hunger Games and Arthur
Christmas, the two other films competing for the Award, also appear in the BAFTA Kids’
The BAFTA Kids’ Vote opens for voting today: 7-14 year olds will have their say across a
whole range of entertainment media in a nationwide poll to choose their favourite film,
television programme, website and video game. The shortlist in each category is
incredibly strong this year, with films including The Hunger Games, Marvel Avengers
Assemble, Ice Age 4: Continental Drift and The Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1 all going head-to-head in the Feature Film category.
You can vote for The Hunger Games for the BAFTA Kid’s Vote here. Voting closes on Friday 23rd November at 18.00 and the ceremony will take place on Sunday November 25th. You can see all of the nominations for the 2012 British Academy Children’s Awards over at BAFTA. Thanks to HungerGamesNetwork.