On 16 September, BAFTA will launch BAFTA: Behind the Screens, an exhibition showcasing the craft behind 75 years of BAFTA-winning and nominated work. The free exhibition will open inside BAFTA’s new public-facing venue, BAFTA Piccadilly, whilst the headquarters at 195 Piccadilly are redeveloped. Among the work on display will be Molly Goddard’s iconic pink dress worn by Jodie Comer in Killing Eve, insight into Chiwetel Ejiofor’s character preparation for his BAFTA-winning performance in 12 Years A Slave, original development sketches and scripts from Clangers, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, sketches and interviews with the creators of award-winning games Lumino City and Monument Valley, and an immersive exploration of the sound design from Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver.
BAFTA: Behind the Screens
BAFTA Piccadilly, 194 Piccadilly, London
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