The Northern Irish film Boogaloo and Graham, starring Charlene McKenna, took home the BAFTA for Best Short at last night’s ceremony in the Royal Opera House in London.
Michael Lennox’s film is set in 1970s Belfast and tells the story of two young boys who discover the facts of life with the aid of their pet chickens.
Boogaloo and Graham is also in the running for an Oscar later this month for Live Action Short film.
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