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The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) has released the list of entries for the Ee British Academy Film Awards 2014.
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A total of 275 films have been entered this year for consideration by more than 6,500 BAFTA members. Round One voting opens tomorrow (Dec 11).
The number is up from last year, when 262 were entered.
The full list of nominations will be announced on Jan 8 at 7.30am.
This year will see BAFTA recognise five films in the Documentary category, rather than the usual three. There will also be six nominations in the Outstanding British Film category, as previously announced.
The breakdown of the list is as follows:
45 films will be listed in the Documentary category,75 in the Outstanding British Film category,15 in Animated Film49 in Film Not in the English Language.
While 275 films have been entered overall, 252 features will be listed in the Best Film category and a further 23 have been entered for the »
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Stuart Hall has been charged with one offence of rape and 14 offences of indecent assault. The 83-year-old was charged by Lancashire Police earlier today (January 22), having originally been arrested and bailed in December. The former It's a Knockout presenter is alleged to have raped a 22-year-old woman in 1976. The indecent assault offences are said to have involved 10 girls aged between 9 and 16, and were reportedly committed between 1967 and 1986. Hall has been bailed to appear before magistrates in Preston on February 7, according to BBC News.
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