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PoA Wins Orange Film of the Year BAFTA; Emma Watson and David Heyman Attend

Honors/Awards
Posted by: sue
February 12, 2005, 01:48 PM

Emma at the BAFTAsPrisoner of Azkaban won the Orange Film of the Year award from the BAFTAs tonight. (Read BBC's report.) The award was voted on by the public. Emma Watson (Hermione Granger) accepted the award, in it congratulating Daniel Radcliffe (Harry Potter) for getting his priorities straight: He didn't attend because he is revising for his GCSE exams.
DanRadcliffe.com has video of the event!

Pictures:
Hi-Res:
Emma on the red carpet
Mischa Barton, Emma Watson and David Heyman in the press room
Emma Watson, Andrew Gregory, Sejong Park, Jim McAvoy, group shot
Group shot #2

Others:
Jo from Emma-Watson.net let us know that she has posted some early pictures from tonight's award arrivals here.

Jenna has sent us some great ones:

Emma Watson at 2005 BAFTAs (1)
Emma Watson at 2005 BAFTAs (2)
Emma Watson at 2005 BAFTAs (3)
Emma Watson at the BAFTAs(4)

Emma Watson in the Press room, with James McAvoy
Emma Watson in the press room (1)
Emma Watson in the press room, (2)
Emma Watson and producer David Heyman in the press room, with Mischa Barton
Emma Watson in the press room, with James McAvoy
Emma Watson in the press room, with James McAvoy
Emma Watson and David Heyman in the press room, with Mischa Barton (2)

Viewers in the US can watch the awards tonight at 9pm on BBC America.

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