BAFTA Breakthrough Brits Reveal Things NOT To Say To A Creative Person
Whatever you do, don't say any of these to young creatives FYI.
This year's Bafta Breakthrough Brits have been announced - and if you're into the creative industries, you're going to find them relatable AF.
BAFTA Breakthrough Brits honours twenty of the most exciting in up and coming talents each year – across movies, TV and games, both in front of and behind the camera.
And when MTV sat down with the next generation of British creative talent, things got super real. What should you NOT ask young creatives? The rising stars revealed all the annoying phrases that get thrown at them on the reg.
HIT PLAY to see the up and coming stars - from game designers to actors - reveal what they're tired of hearing.
Ever had these lines thrown back at you from mates / parents / careers advisors? This is all the inspo you need to not take them too seriously.
Previous Breakthrough Brits honourees include Spider-Man himself, Tom Holland, who was awarded the title in 2013.
Stars including Will Poulter were on hand to help select the brightest talent in film, TV and video games for the respected awards, which will see the up-and-coming creative stars each get a mentor in their field to help shape their career.
Will Poulter said: “I jumped at the chance to be part of the Breakthrough Brits Jury because what I love most about BAFTA as an organisation is that it isn’t just commending people for reaching a certain height in their career. They are also doing so much work to nurture talent and provide people with the opportunity to get to that level.”
- For more information about BAFTA Breakthrough Brits, in partnership with Burberry, here.
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