Charlie nabs kid's BAFTA nod

Burton's fun factory takes home top award from the young uns

If the most coveted awards are those voted for by the public, then Tim Burton is doing cartwheels right now.

Tim’s re-telling of Roald Dahl’s classic children’s book Charlie And The Chocolate Factory  took home the Best Film as voted for by the kids at the 10th Annual Children’s BAFTA Awards.

Despite losing out to The Incredibles on the panel’s choice for Best Film, Burton’s colourful tale certainly captured the imagination of its target audience, raking in over 30,000 online votes in the only category actually chosen by children.