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Pronunciation: /ˈbaftə/


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    British Academy of Film and Television Arts

Cultural Note: BAFTA

Los BAFTA Awards, galardones de la British Academy of Film and Television Arts, son el equivalente británico de los Oscars hollywoodenses. Son otorgados cada año en Londres a aquellos artistas, directores, productores y guionistas de cine considerados por votación de sus colegas los mejores del año.

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