I enjoyed it.” The Awards, which pay tribute to outstanding 5 to 19 year olds from across the UK who have demonstrated exceptional achievements in filmmaking and film reviewing, are hosted by Into Film, the education organisation supported by the BFI through National Lottery funding. But this Good Game Guide takes a view of the opposite side of the mountain.
Empire news editor Chris Hewitt picked her as the winner.
He said: “It was a very serious review of a very serious film – very engaging.
After occasional appearances in 2003, Bowman co-presented Top of the Pops until the end of the series, replacing Fearne Cotton while she was away.
In total she appeared on the show ten times including the final weekly episode.
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The 16-year-old was honoured during a star-studded red carpet ceremony at London’s ODEON Leicester Square, which was presented by Edith Bowman and attended by the likes of Daniel Craig, Eddie Redmayne and Charles Dance.
Dorothy said it was ‘amazing’ to pick up her award, which was sponsored by IMDb and presented to her by She added: “I think that to succeed you need passion and determination – just wanting to do it, and having that determination to go and do it – you can do anything, it’s the people who really want to do it who get there in the end.” Dorothy is a member of the Into Film club at St.
She returned to Top of the Pops for the 2006 Christmas Special.