BAFTA addresses harassment in the film industry

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BAFTA addresses harassment in the film industry

Leading figures at BAFTA have addressed the issue of harassment within the film industry.

The Chair of the organisation says progress has been made in the wake of the ME Too movement.

It came as the nomination's for the academy's film awards were announced - with The Favourite leading the race - up for 12 prizes, including best actress for Olivia Coleman.

The list was revealed by Hayley Squires and Will Poulter who address his recent decision to quit social media.

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