Top Brands Take Home BAFTA Awards

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts announced the winners of the annual British Academy Children’s Awards Sunday in London.

April 6, 2018

Top Brands Take Home BAFTA Awards

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts announced the winners of the annual British Academy Children’s Awards Sunday in a ceremony hosted by Doc Brown in London.

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

and

Frozen

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:

  • Animation–"Shaun the Sheep," Aardman Animation
    • Interactive: Adapted–Disney Animated
      • Interactive: Original–"Dixi," Kindle Entertainment
        • International–"Adventure Time," Cartoon Network
          • Learning: Primary–"Lizard Girl," BBC Two
            • Learning: Secondary–"Poetry: Between the Lines," BBC Two
              • Performer–Cherry Campbell of "Katie Morag"
                • ComedyDiddy Movies 2, Dick & Dom
                  • Drama: "Katie Morag," CBeebies
                    • Entertainment: "Junior Bake Off," CBBC
                      • Factual: "Operation Ouch!," CBBC
                        • Preschool Animation–"Sarah & Duck," CBeebies
                          • Preschool Live-Action­–"Old Jack's Boat," CBeebies
                            • Short-Form–Share A Story, CITV
                              • Feature FilmThe LEGO Movie, Warner Bros.
                                • Game–"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: FilmFrozen, Disney
                                    • Kids' Vote: Game–"Minecraft," Mojang
                                      • Kids' Vote: Television­–"Jessie," Disney Channel
                                        • Kids' Vote: Website–Bin Weevils
                                          • Kids' Vote: Channel–Cartoon Network

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