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BAFTA & BFI Set Out Anti-Bullying & Harassment Guidelines With A-List Support

The British film and TV industry has taken its first major steps to stamp out bullying and harassment and has introduced a set of wide-ranging guidelines to help. The plans, established by the British Film Institute (BFI) in association with BAFTA and a number of other organisations, have been supported by high-profile actors including Emma Watson and Gemma Arterton as well as A-list producers including Barbara Broccoli and Alison Owen.
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