‘Room on the Broom,’ ‘Adventure Time’ Win BAFTAs

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BBC’s acclaimed TV special Room on the Broom, Cartoon Network’s Adventure Time and BBC/Aarmdan’s Timmy Time were among the top TV winners at last night’s British Academy of Film and TV Arts (BAFTA) Children’s Awards. Room on the Broom won the Best Animated honor, while Adventure Time received the Best International TV prize, and Timmy Time won for Best Preschool Animation.

On the feature side, Fox’s 2002 pic Life of Pi, Universal/Illumination’s Despicable Me 2 won the Best Children’s Feature and Kids’ Vote Feature Film respectively.

Here is the complete list of 2013 BAFTA Children’s Award Winners:

Children’s Animation
Room on the Broom

Kids’ Vote: Feature Film
Despicable Me 2

Kids’ Vote: TV
Jessie

Kids’ Vote: Video Game
Despicable Me: Minion Rush

Kids’ Vote: Website
Bin Weevils

Children’s Channel
Cbeebies

Comedy
Horrible Histories

Drama
The Dumping Ground

Entertainment
Help! My Supply Teacher Is Still Magic

Factual
Operation Ouch!

Feature Film
Life of Pi

Game
Skylanders Giants

Independent Production Company
Somethin’ Else

Interactive
Moshi Monsters

International
Adventure Time

Pre-School Animation in 2013
Timmy Time

Writing
The Amazing World of Gumball
Sam Morrison, Neville Astley, Mark Baker

For more info, visit awards.bafta.org.

Room on the Broom producers Michael Rose and Martin Pope and directors Max Lang and Jan Lachauer win the Children's BAFTA for Best Animation.

Room on the Broom producers Michael Rose and Martin Pope and directors
Max Lang and Jan Lachauer win the Children’s BAFTA for Best Animation.