The Charity Film Awards
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CEREMONY

The Charity Film Awards Ceremony will be held at BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly, London on Wednesday 15 March from 18:30 onwards.

The evening will commence with a red carpet and champagne on arrival. The ceremony will be theatre style with the finalists announced throughout the evening.  


BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly
BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly

Tickets to attend

There are very limited tickets available for £195+VAT. If you would like to attend, please click here to order online. Please note that the dress code is black tie/cocktail dresses. We would advise that the ceremony is not suitable for children.


Host

We are pleased to announce that the host for the evening will be Sally Phillips.


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Sally Phillips is a British comic actress and writer. Listed in The Observer as one of the 50 funniest acts in British comedy (2003), she is instantly recognisable as one of the four female writers and performers behind Channel 4’s award-winning comedy sketch show, Smack the Pony, which ran for four years from 1999, and won an Emmy Award for the Best Popular Arts Show (‘99 and ’00). Sally’s numerous other TV roles include playing Tilly in the hit series Miranda.

Sally has appeared on the big screen many times, firstly featuring in the British film Born Romantic in 2000, followed by Bridget Jones’ Diary in 2001. The same year she appeared in Birthday Girl, starring Nicole Kidman. She featured in the Bridget Jones sequel in 2004, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason, and the 2004 satiric film Churchill: The Hollywood Years. More recently she has also featured in Bridget Jones's Baby.

As well as acting, Sally also wrote the film, The Decoy Bride, which was filmed on location in Scotland and was released in the UK in 2012. Previously Sally won a British Film Council screenwriting competition for her film Fag Mountain (2009).


Who will attend? 

All short-listed charities will be invited to send senior representatives from their organisation to attend free-of-charge. Sponsors and event partners will also be invited to attend.

We anticipate the total number of attendees will be 200-250 people. Places are limited due to the size of the venue.



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Who can enter?

Anyone can nominate a film to be entered for a prize - whether you are the charity, the agency who created the film or simply a fan. Our team will then qualify each entry against our terms and conditions to ensure that the charity is registered within the UK.

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