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The Prince William BAFTA Bursary is a fund to help assist junior creatives with the costs of progressing their career in film, games or television.

Following a successful pilot year in 2021, the 2022 bursary fund allowed applicants to apply for up to £2,000 towards specific costs such as a training course (including driving lessons), the costs of equipment or software, or relocation costs.

“I am hugely proud of BAFTA’s ongoing commitment to ensuring that young talent from all walks of life are given every possible opportunity to build and develop successful careers in the film, games and television industries”. HRH Prince of Wales, President of BAFTA.

To be eligible to apply, applicants must:

The Prince William BAFTA Bursary Fund is generously being supported by:

Farah Asemi and Hassan Alaghband, Andy Serkis and Lorraine Ashbourne, Christopher Bake, Barbara Broccoli, Carrie Burke, Eilene Davidson, James Davies, Dame Judi Dench, Heather Farrer, John Glencross, Mark and Laura Laurence, Hamish McAlpine, Jason McNab, Joseph Nehorai, Michelle and Simon Orange, Talulah Riley, The Estate of Linda Shire, The Thompson Family Charitable Trust, Igor and Yulia Tikhturov, Natasha Tsukanova, Kevin Ulrich, Robert Wade, Ian Waring, Amelia Winter, The Zilberman Film Foundation.

How to apply

BAFTA are accepting applications until 12:00 (midday) 31st July 2023. You will need to register or log-in to submit an application for the BAFTA Prince William BAFTA Bursary HERE. If you have any questions about this opportunity, please contact

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