For the first time, Cartoon Network won the BAFTA for Channel of the Year, while one of its most popular shows, "Adventure Time," celebrated a win in the International category.
The Short-Form category was won for the third year in a row by CITV’s Share a Story, while Aardman’s "Shaun the Sheep" received a second BAFTA award for animation.
Warner Bros.’ adventure-comedy
The Lego Movie
fought off stiff competition from
Maleficent, How to Train Your Dragon 2
to triumph in the Feature Film category, and Nintendo's "Mario Kart 8" took home the top game prize.
The full list of winners includes:
Shaun the Sheep," Aardman Animation
–"Dixi," Kindle Entertainment
–"Adventure Time," Cartoon Network
–"Lizard Girl," BBC Two
–"Poetry: Between the Lines," BBC Two
–Cherry Campbell of "Katie Morag"
Diddy Movies 2
, Dick & Dom
"Katie Morag," CBeebies
"Junior Bake Off," CBBC
"Operation Ouch!," CBBC
–"Sarah & Duck," CBeebies
–"Old Jack's Boat," CBeebies
–Share A Story, CITV
The LEGO Movie
, Warner Bros.
–"Mario Kart 8," Nintendo
The results of the BAFTA Kids’ Vote were also announced at the ceremony. More than 200,000 votes were cast by 7- to 14-year-olds in a nationwide poll.
Kids' Vote: Film
Kids' Vote: Game
Kids' Vote: Television
–"Jessie," Disney Channel
Kids' Vote: Website
Kids' Vote: Channel
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