Due to the Coronavirus restrictions, the DAFTAS 2021 ceremony will be streamed online.
It will be at least as much entertaining as live event, plus more accessible to filmmakers and viewers from around the world!
THERE IS STILL TIME TO TAKE PART!
The registration closes on the 1st of March.
The DAFTAS are international short spoof film awards centred around BAFTA-nominated films.
The first DAFTAS edition was held in London in January 2020.
The second annual short spoof film awards will take place in London on May 29th, 2021. Centered around BAFTA-nominated films, DAFTAS will celebrate the best spoof film – shot in two days and on a shoestring budget.
We closely monitor the latest government guidance and will aim to hold a live event if such an opportunity presents itself. Alternatively, viewers and teams will be able to join our awards ceremony online from the comfort of their own homes.
LOVED BY THE INDUSTRY
Emma Tillinger-Koskoff / Producer, 'The Irishman' and 'Joker'
"It's hysterical! I hope [The Fetishman] success bodes well for us too!"
Karen Bryson, MBE / Award-winning Actor, Producer, DAFTAS Judge
"The DAFTAS brought joy into my life!"
MANY THANKS TO OUR 2021 PARTNERS
'The Fetishman' is the spoof of a BAFTA-nominated 'The Irishman' - a three hour CGI saga by Martin Scorsese. 'The Fetishman' was shot by a team under the guidance of a actor and film director Mark Haldor.
'Once Upon a Time in Peckham' is a spoof of BAFTA-nominated 'Once Upon a Time in Hollywood', filmed by a team headed by press photographer Phil Lewis.