Vote for your favourite film with BAFTA Kids' Vote

4th November, 2012

Each year our friends over at BAFTA celebrate the best of film, TV, websites and video games for children at a glamorous awards ceremony, and YOU get to choose the winners! BAFTA Kids' Vote website are putting the power in your hands and letting you pick the winners, so let's take a look at the film candidates!

Top Cat - The MovieHugo

The sophisticated storytelling and lavish camera work in this superb family adventure combine to create a loving postcard to the power of film.


Top Cat - The MovieWar Horse

The friendship between 16-year-old farmer’s son Albert and his horse Joey is violently shattered by the outbreak of the First World War.


Top Cat - The MovieArthur Christmas

Computer-animated fantasy that gives an imaginative and hugely amusing twist to the magic of Christmas.


Top Cat - The MovieThe Muppets

Warm sentiment and musical gold sparkles in abundance in this long-awaited big screen reunion of our favourite furry friends.


Top Cat - The MovieMarvel Avengers Assemble

One of the most anticipated films in the history of Hollywood, Avengers Assemble is the climax of a long-running series of adaptations.


Vote now!

We know you have been watching lots of films and have your own favourites, but who do you think should win?

The BAFTA Kids' Vote is open now, and if you are aged 7-14 you can cast your all-important vote at until 6pm on Friday 23 November!  

The winners in each category will be announced at the BAFTA Children's Awards ceremony in November and FILMCLUB will be there to report on all the action.  Plus, we'll be hosting a special BAFTA Children's Awards webcast on Wednesday 28 November at 3.30pm for primary schools and 4pm for secondary schools - why don't you tune in and find out if your favourite won?

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More from FILMCLUB

We've had some great behind the scenes moments with all the films nominated this year, why not revisit them?

Chloe Moretz & Asa Butterfield talk about Hugo for FILMCLUB Live

FILMCLUB reporter Lily talks to the stars at the premiere of War Horse

The stars come out for the premiere of Arthur Christmas

FILMCLUB at the Marvel Avengers Assemble premiere

Kermit The Frog & Pepe The Prawn talk to FILMCLUB


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