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    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
    • BAFTA 2019 Film Awards Highlights
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    Britain's Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge attend the BAFTA Awards ceremony at the Royal Albert Hall in London, 10 February 2019.

    The Albert Hall in London has just hosted an annual award ceremony for the biggest yearly celebration of British film and TV: BAFTA 2019.

    The nominees of the BAFTA 2019 Awards and those who came to support their colleagues were joined by Prince William (BAFTA's president since February 2010) and Kate Middleton.

    The British Academy of Film and Television Arts is an independent non-profit charitable organisation in the UK. The Academy was founded on April 16, 1947 under the leadership of David Lin. Until 1976, the academy was called the British Film Academy.

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