The actor, best known for playing Draco Malfoy in the ‘Harry Potter’ films, will host a well-organized ceremony.
The British Independent Film Awards – better known as BIFA – have established a date and host for their postponed 2020 ceremony, which has been pushed back online due to the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic.
The ceremony, which usually takes place in early December, is now scheduled to take place on February 18 with Tom Felton, best known for playing the role of Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter film franchise.
The ceremony, being live-streamed on the BIFA Facebook page, will see the Felton host live from Wales (where he is currently watching the cinema with Jonathan Pryce, Samantha Morton, and Susan Wokoma to save the Sky original film), winners Announced with which organizers. Describing “fun and freewheeling 45-minute program”. Along with the winning productions, the show will feature live chats with gamblers and famous film fans about this year’s crop of nominees.
“British film has been a part of my life for as long as I can remember and now, more than ever, is so important to support, recognize and celebrate the brilliant creators who make them,” Felton said. “The film brings all of us together and I’m delighted to host this year’s British Independent Film Awards.”
The live show will be produced by Annie Hughes and Jack Clarke and executive produced by Catherine Brey from Little Dot Studios.
The British Independent Film Award nominations were announced in December, with St Maude leading the pack with a record 17 closely followed by his house, Rocks, Callum with Horse, Mogul Mowgli, and The Father. The craft winners were announced earlier this month, with two awards being given to their House and Misbehavior winner.