BAFTA to deliver its second series of events next week when it will make an announcement about its scholarship programme.

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) is returning to Hong Kong next week, following its first series of events there in December, when it established a BAFTA Hong Kong Advisory Board comprising industry figures from Asia and the UK.

The ongoing events programme aims to encourage creative collaboration between the UK and Asia by bringing together individuals from the film, television and games industries to share their skills and expertise.

During their visit next week, BAFTA will be making an announcement about their Scholarship Programme in Hong Kong.

The events will kick off on March 24 (Mon) with a networking event at The Peninsula for Asian filmmaking talent and BAFTA supporters, with Amanda Berry, CEO of BAFTA, and special guests. The day will also include the second meeting of the BAFTA Hong Kong Advisory Board.

The second day will be held on March 26 (Weds) and will include a masterclass with producer Duncan Kenworthy (Four Weddings and a Funeral, Notting Hill, Love Actually) at the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts. Kenworthy will attend an Academy Circle event that same day at The Peninsula Hong Kong.