BAA Announce New Partnership with RubyBlosse
The British Animation Awards team up with RubyBlosse Events Agency.
The British Animation Awards announce today an exciting new partnership with leading events agency RubyBlosse.
The BAAs are the leading biennial awards ceremony in the UK and celebrate the outstanding contributions to the world of animation from British creatives and companies.
Clare Ruby & Sophie Morgan set up RubyBlosse Events five years ago, having worked in the event industry for twenty years prior to that. Throughout their careers in the event industry they have planned and delivered a huge number of diverse events working with Prime Ministers, royalty and celebrities. They have consulted into numerous organisations to review and design event strategies and launched many new events (TechSmart, IBC Leader’s Summit and Kindfest to name a few). They love the creative nature of designing and delivering events.
Clare Ruby from RubyBlosse says:
“The British Animation Awards is a high profile and super exciting event in the international animation industry calendar, and we are thrilled to be bringing our experience and ideas to the 2022 event after the success of the 2020 event at London’s National Film Theatre. Building on the success of that event, the 2022 event on 10 March, will encompass new ideas and features, and we think you’ll love it!”
Helen Brunsdon director of BAA says:
“For the next British Animation Awards we want to keep all the best aspects of previous ceremonies and also offer some new and exciting strands and highlights. RubyBlosse, with their expertise ideas and amazing track record, fit the bill exactly. We are delighted to be working with Clare and Sophie and look forward to making an even better BAAs in 2022.”
The next BAAs are on March 10th 2022
Wednesday 11th March
The British Animation Awards has been monitoring the situation regarding Coronavirus/COVID-19. This is a rapidly evolving situation and we continue to regularly check and follow guidance from Public Health England and the World Health Organisation as well as local government.
THE BRITISH ANIMATION AWARDS on Thursday 12th March at BFI Southbank – is going ahead.
There will be extra hand sanitisers around the venue and may we politely remind everyone of the importance of maintaining good hand hygiene at all times.
We look forward to seeing everyone there!
BAA 2020 submissions now open
We are now open for submissions to all the categories for the 2020 British Animation Awards.
All entries are via Film Freeway which you can access from the button below:
October 31st 2019 – Early Bird Discount Entry Fee
November 30th 2019 – Final Deadline (Full fees apply)