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The Oscar-winning British short film The Silent Child - starring a six-year-old deaf girl from Swindon - is to be shown on BBC One on Good Friday.
It will be the first chance television viewers have had to see the 20-minute film, which tells the story of a young deaf girl who struggles to communicate.
The main character 'Libby' is played by Maisie Sly who travelled to Los Angeles earlier this month to attend the Oscars and see her film named the winner.
Oscar-winning filmmakers Rachel Shenton and Chris Overton show off their award for the Silent Child to schoolchildren in Birmingham.
A Governor's Ball guest took Frances McDormand's Oscar and posted a video on social media.
A man stole Frances McDormand's best actress Oscar for her role in Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. The man took the statue to the Governor's Ball, where he posted videos with the award.