Harry Potter movies to be honoured at BAFTA Awards
February 4, 2011.- The saga of Harry Potter has spent a decade of success, and now it will receive a BAFTA awards from the British cinema in is honor.
It will be received by writer JK Rowling and producer David Heyman.
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts awards a movie that marked the way of making films in Britain during the last ten years and that was very good for the industry.
Harry Potter movies not only created stars in front of the camera, but also highlighted the experience in British industry, its craft and technique, and have led to the promotion of a wide range of jobs during production.
Heyman expressed gratitude by the recognition that British cinema gave to his most successful production. “On behalf of more than two thousand people who worked on each of the Harry Potter movies, I note that we are much honored to receive this award. And thanks to JK Rowling for trusting us the film adaptation of her magnificent Books. “
This year, the movie of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part I is nominated for two BAFTA in technical categories: Best Visual Effects and Best Makeup and hairstyling.
The first seven films collected nearly 6,500 million dollars in theaters worldwide.
The delivery of the BAFTA 2011 will be held on February 13 at a gala in which the King’s speech is a great favorite with 14 nominations.