By Scott Feinberg
The Hollywood Reporter
On Saturday afternoon, right in the middle of the busiest weekend of the awards season, many of the biggest names of the awards season swung by the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills for a walk down a long red carpet into a room crowded with industry insiders, whereupon they mixed, mingled, munched on finger sandwiches and, of course, downed gallons of tea.
The BAFTA Tea, as the annual affair is known, is what one might call civilized chaos, as everyone tries to grab a moment or two of face time — if not a photograph — with various awards hopefuls, many of whom were nominated, little more than 24 hours earlier, for a BAFTA Award. (The 68th annual BAFTA Awards will take place on Feb. 21.)
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