BAFTA: Alhaji Fofana Wins Performer Award Children’s Awards 2017 Ceremony

The winners of the British Academy Children’s Awards in 2017 have been announced.  The ceremony was hosted by Doc Brown at the Roundhouse, London, presenters included Peter Andre, Matt Baker, Angellica Bell, Hugh Dennis, Rochelle Humes, Pixie Lott, Jordan Banjo and Perri Kiely.

First-time nominee Alhaji Fofana won the Performer BAFTA for his role in Screwball, TrueTube’s comedy drama about two young people struggling through their first sexual encounter. The film’s creator, Adam Tyler, won Writer.

BAFTA’s annual British Academy Children’s Awards recognise and celebrate excellence within  film, television and games, BAFTA Kids is a trusted and accessible brand for families to explore and discover new, innovative and non-mainstream work, helping them deepen their appreciation of the films, television programmes and games they enjoy. Image credit: © Ricky Darko/BAFTA

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