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Winners announced for BAFTA Children’s Awards 2014


25 November 2014

Two wins for KATIE MORAG

CHERRY CAMPBELL becomes youngest ever BAFTA winner

CARTOON NETWORK wins Channel of the Year

PETER FIRMIN presented with Special Award

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts has announced the winners for tonight’s annual British Academy Children’s Awards. The ceremony was hosted by Doc Brown at the Roundhouse, London and presenters included Samantha Barks, Sharleen Spiteri, Bernard Cribbins, Myleene Klass, Emma Bunton, Jamal Edwards, James Norton, Simon Webbe and  Malorie Blackman.

It has been a successful week for the team behind Katie Morag: after picking up a British Academy Scotland Award last Sunday; they won two BAFTAs at tonight’s Children’s ceremony. The first Award was in the Drama category and the second for Performer with Cherry Campbell taking home the BAFTA for her portrayal of the title role. Cherry becomes the youngest BAFTA winner ever at nine years old.

 

 

Double-act Dick & Dom - Richard McCourt & Dominic Wood - celebrated winning in the Presenter category for Absolute Genius with Dick & Dom, while another of their shows, Diddy Movies, picked up the BAFTA in the Comedy category.

Kindle Entertainment Ltd triumphed as the winners of Independent Production Company of the Year and as part of the team behind Dixi, the online mystery-drama that took home the BAFTA for Interactive – Original.

For the first time, Cartoon Network won the BAFTA in the prestigious Channel of the Year category while one of its most popular shows, Adventure Time, celebrated a win for International.

 

 

The Short Form category was won for the third year in a row by CITV’s Share a Story. There was a consecutive win for the Operation Ouch! team, who picked up the BAFTA for Factual. Aardman’s Shaun the Sheep received a second BAFTA award for Animation.

Warner Bros.’ adventure-comedy The Lego Movie fought off stiff competition from Maleficent, How to Train Your Dragon 2 and Frozen to triumph in Feature Film. The Game category was won by Mario Kart 8, the latest instalment of the popular racing title.

Peter Firmin received the Special Award for his outstanding contribution to children’s media. The esteemed illustrator and puppet-maker was presented the Award by Bernard Cribbins, and received a special introduction from Michael Palin.

The results of the BAFTA Kids’ Vote were also announced at the ceremony. Over 200,000 votes were cast by seven - 14 year-olds who had their say in a nationwide poll to choose their favourite film, television programme, website and game. The winners in the four categories were: Frozen (Feature Film), Jessie (Television), Minecraft (Game) and Bin Weevils (Website).

Other winners on the night were: Disney Animated for Interactive – Adapted; Lizard Girl for Learning: Primary; Poetry: Between the Lines for Learning: Secondary; Old Jack’s Boat for Pre-school Live Action; Sarah & Duck for Pre-school Animation; Junior Bake Off for Entertainment; and Debbie Moon who won the Writer category for Wolfblood.

 

 

A full list of the nominations and winners are below (winners are bold, italic and red):

ANIMATION (sponsored by Toon Boom)
THE AMAZING WORLD OF GUMBALL Ben Bocquelet, Mic Graves, Sarah Fell - Cartoon Network Studios Europe/Cartoon Network
DENNIS THE MENACE & GNASHER Production Team - Red Kite Animation/Sticky Pictures/CBBC
SHAUN THE SHEEP Richard Starzak, Jay Grace, John Woolley - Aardman Animations/CBBC
STRANGE HILL HIGH Production Team – Factory TM, CBBC and Fremantle/CBBC

CHANNEL OF THE YEAR
CARTOON NETWORK

CBBC
CBEEBIES
CYW

COMEDY
4 O’CLOCK CLUB Julia Kent, Spencer Campbell, Mark Oswin - CBBC/CBBC
ALL AT SEA Juliet Charlesworth, Tracey Rooney, Brian Lynch - CBBC/CBBC
DIDDY MOVIES 2 Steve Ryde, Dez McCarthy, Annette Williams - CBBC/CBBC
DNN: DEFINITELY NOT NEWSROUND Sid Cole, Richard Grocock, Sue Howes - CBBC/CBBC

DRAMA
KATIE MORAG Production Team - Move on Up/CBeebies

ROCKET’S ISLAND Production Team - Lime Pictures/CBBC
ROY Production Team - JAM Media/CBBC
WOLFBLOOD Debbie Moon, Matthew Evans, Foz Allan - CBBC/CBBC

ENTERTAINMENT
FORT BOYARD: ULTIMATE CHALLENGE Nigel Pickard, Joe Shaw - The Foundation TV Productions Ltd/ALP/CITV
HACKER TIME Lee English, Sid Cole, Jamie Wilson - CBBC/CBBC
JUNIOR BAKE OFF Production Team - Love Productions/CBBC
SWASHBUCKLE Jon Hancock, Tony Grech-Smith, Tony Reed - CBeebies/CBeebies

FACTUAL
DEADLY POLE TO POLE Scott Alexander, Jonny Keeling, Janelle Backes - CBBC/CBBC
FRONTLINE FAMILIES - A NEWSROUND SPECIAL Steph Atkinson, Rowan Crompton, Martin Dougan - CBBC/CBBC
JUNIOR VETS Production Team - True North/CBBC
OPERATION OUCH! Production Team - Maverick Television/CBBC

FEATURE FILM
FROZEN Peter Del Vecho, Jennifer Lee, Chris Buck - Walt Disney Animation Studios/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 Dean DeBlois, Bonnie Arnold - DreamWorks Animation/Twentieth Century Fox
THE LEGO MOVIE Phil Lord, Christopher Miller, Dan Lin, Roy Lee - Warner Bros. Pictures, Village Road Show Pictures/Warner Bros. Pictures
MALEFICENT Joe Roth, Robert Stromberg, Linda Woolverton - Roth Films/Walt Disney Pictures/Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

GAME
MARIO KART 8 Development Team – Nintendo/Nintendo

POKEMON X & Y Development Team - Game Freak inc/The Pokémon Company International/Nintendo
RAYMAN LEGENDS Michel Ancel, Christophe Heral, Jean-Christophe Alessandri - Ubisoft Montpellier/Ubisoft
TEARAWAY Development Team - Media Molecule/Sony Computer Entertainment

INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION COMPANY OF THE YEAR
BLUE-ZOO ANIMATIONS
DOT TO DOT PRODUCTIONS
FACTORY TM LTD
KINDLE ENTERTAINMENT LTD

INTERACTIVE: ADAPTED
DISNEY ANIMATED Development Team - Touch Press/Disney Interactive/Walt Disney Animation Studios
LUDUS Rob Hyde, Aled Parry, Ruth Mills - Boom Kids and Cube Interactive
MADRON Luke Davis, Wil Stephens, Darren Wall - Glasshead/Cube/Planet Jump Productions
ROOM ON THE BROOM: GAMES Development Team - Magic Light Pictures & Stormcloud Games

INTERACTIVE: ORIGINAL
DIXI Dan Berlinka, Nina Metivier, Melanie Stokes - Kindle Entertainment/Syndicut/Lucy Atkinson/CBBC Online

MAKIES Development Team - MakieLab
MIXELS Development Team - Hibernum for Cartoon Network/Cartoon Network
TEE & MO Dominic Minns, Juliet Tzabar, Alan Owen - Plug-in Media/CBeebies Online
 
INTERNATIONAL
ADVENTURE TIME Pendleton Ward, Graham Falk, Nick Jennings - Cartoon Network Studios/Cartoon Network

DOC MCSTUFFINS Norton Virgien, Theresa Mayer, Chris Nee - Brown Bag Films/Disney Junior
SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS Marc Ceccarelli, Luke Brookshier, Vincent Waller - Nickelodeon/Nicktoons
TEENAGE MUTANT NINJA TURTLES Alan Wan, Brandon Auman, Ciro Nieli - Nickelodeon/Nicktoons

LEARNING: PRIMARY
CYW A'R WYDDOR (CYW AND THE ALPHABET) Helen Davies, Carol Woodman - Boom Kids and Cube Interactive
LIZARD GIRL Iona Sweeney, Lynsey Miller, Vivienne Franzmann - Feelgood Fiction/BBC Two
LLANDUDNO: A SEASIDE TOWN Michael Davies, David Cortese - Landlines
THE STORY OF BRITAIN Production Team - Lion Television/Ben Tobitt/BBC Learning

LEARNING: SECONDARY
CHILDREN OF THE HOLOCAUST Production Team - Fettle Animation/BBC Online
EXPLORING THE PAST: POST WAR BRITAIN - Dominic Sant, Rhonda Evans, Nick Price - Evans Woolfe Media/BBC Two
MATTERS OF LIFE AND DEATH Andy Glynne, Dylan Howitt - Mosaic Films/BBC Two
POETRY: BETWEEN THE LINES Production Team - Somethin' Else/BBC Two

PERFORMER
AKAI OSEI 4 O’Clock Club - CBBC
BERNARD CRIBBINS Old Jack’s Boat - CBeebies
CHERRY CAMPBELL Katie Morag  - CBeebies
KIA PEGG The Dumping Ground - CBBC

PRESCHOOL: ANIMATION
BING Mikael Shields, Nicky Phelan, Jeroen Jaspaert - An Acamar Films Production coproduced by Brown Bag Films and Tandem Ltd/CBeebies
DINOPAWS Production Team - Kindle Entertainment Ltd/Guru Studio Ltd/Laughing Gravy Media Ltd/CBeebies
POSTMAN PAT AND THE RUBBER DUCK RACE Production Team - Mackinnon and Saunders/CBeebies
SARAH & DUCK Tim O'Sullivan, Sarah Gomes Harris, Jamie Badminton - Karrot Entertainment/CBeebies

PRESCHOOL: LIVE ACTION
CBEEBIES THREE LITTLE PIGS Angela Young, Charlotte Bushell, Vanessa Amberleigh - CBeebies/CBeebies
GRANDPA IN MY POCKET Mellie Buse, Jan Page, Martin Franks - Adastra Creative Ltd/CBeebies
OLD JACK’S BOAT Dominic MacDonald, Tony Reed, Tom Poole - CBeebies/CBeebies
SOMETHING SPECIAL Angela Young, Kat Woolfe, Vanessa Amberleigh - CBeebies/CBeebies

PRESENTER
IAIN STIRLING The Dog Ate My Homework - CBBC
NAOMI WILKINSON Naomi's Nightmares of Nature - CBBC
RICHARD MCCOURT & DOMINIC WOOD Absolute Genius with Dick and Dom - CBBC
SAM NIXON & MARK RHODES Sam and Mark's Big Friday Wind-Up - CBBC

SHORT FORM
CITV SHARE A STORY 2013 Waldemar Werbel, Jardine Sage, Frank Mansfield - CITV/CITV
GUMBALL SONG Production Team - Cartoon Network On Air/Blue-Zoo Animations/Cartoon Network
MILKSHAKE! MONKEY Production Team - Channel 5/Match Cut/Channel 5
NINA NEEDS TO GO Production Team - ArthurCox/Disney Junior

WRITER
SERGIO CASCI Katie Morag - CBeebies
DECLAN DE BARRA Roy - CBBC
DEBBIE MOON Wolfblood - CBBC
WRITING TEAM The Amazing World of Gumball - Cartoon Network

BAFTA KIDS’ VOTE IN 2014

FILM
CLOUDY WITH A CHANCE OF MEATBALLS 2 (U) Sony Pictures
FROZEN (PG)     Walt Disney Pictures
HOW TO TRAIN YOUR DRAGON 2 (PG)  Twentieth Century Fox
MALEFICENT (PG)     Walt Disney Pictures
MR. PEABODY & SHERMAN (U)   Twentieth Century Fox
MUPPETS MOST WANTED (U)    Walt Disney Pictures
PLANES (U)      Walt Disney Pictures
RIO 2 (U)      Twentieth Century Fox
THE LEGO MOVIE (U)    Warner Bros
TURBO (U)      Twentieth Century Fox

GAME
DISNEY INFINITY      Disney Interactive Studios
FIFA 14      EA Games
FROZEN FREE FALL     Disney Mobile
JUST DANCE 2014     Ubisoft
LEGO MARVEL SUPER HEROES   Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment
MINECRAFT      Mojang
NEED FOR SPEED: RIVALS    EA Games
POKÉMON X & Y     The Pokémon Company
SKYLANDERS SWAP FORCE    Activision
THE LEGO MOVIE VIDEOGAME   Warner Bros Interactive Entertainment

TELEVISION
ALL OVER THE PLACE: AUSTRALIA   CBBC
THE AMAZING WORLD OF GUMBALL   Cartoon Network
THE DUMPING GROUND    CBBC
JESSIE      Disney Channel
MAX STEEL      CITV
NEWSROUND     CBBC
PHINEAS AND FERB     Disney XD
REGULAR SHOW     Cartoon Network
VICTORIOUS      Nickelodeon
WOLFBLOOD     CBBC
 
WEBSITE
BIN WEEVILS
CARTOON NETWORK
CBBC
CLUB PENGUIN
DISNEY
GIRLS GO GAME
LEGO
MOSHI MONSTERS
NICKELODEON
POKÉMON

 

 

About BAFTA
The previous youngest ever BAFTA winner was Harley Bird, who won a BAFTA in the Performer category at the Children’s Awards in 2011 for voicing Peppa Pig. When she received her award, Harley was also nine years old, however is a few months older than Cherry Campbell is today.

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