'Spun Gold Set to Co-Produce BAFTA Film, TV Awards

to Co-Produce BAFTA Film, TV Awards

Spun Gold,

the go-to production company for royal events and documentaries, have been appointed a co-producer of

” They were

awarded the BAFTA production contract for two years, beginning in 2023, following a tender process

As part

of their remit, they have been tasked with “reimagining and significantly expanding” the awards shows’

This year’s

BAFTA film awards ceremony, which was hosted by Rebel Wilson, drew an average of 2

5 million viewers

for its broadcast, down on 2020’s pre-pandemic 3 million

Both shows

are traditionally broadcast an hour or two after they take place, which allows them to

However, the

time lag also means that audiences know who’s won what via social media


film awards traditionally take place in late February or early March, right before the Oscars,

on BBC

One and its streaming service iPlayer while both the BBC’s and BAFTA’s social

“It is

an honour to be asked to produce two of the most prestigious events in the

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