Published: 11:06, 02 February 2020
| Updated: 11:16, 02 February 2020
A film featuring a young Edenbridge actor has been nominated for six gongs at a major film awards this evening.
Archie Yates, 11, plays the role of Yorki in Jojo Rabbit which is up in several categories at the Baftas this year.
The film is in the running for Adapted Screenplay, Editing, Production Design, Costume Design and Original Score.
Archie's co-star Scarlett Johannson is also nominated for Supporting Actress in the comedy-drama.
It is up against popular latest releases such as 1917, Joker and Little Women.
The winners will be revealed tonight at a star-studded ceremony in London.
The Edenbridge Primary School pupils plays the innocent best friend of Johannes "Jojo Rabbit" Betzler in the film, directed by Taika Waititi.
Both characters are members of Hitler Youth when Jojo discovers his mum is hiding a Jewish girl in their loft
The film takes a satirical look at Nazi Germany.
Since appearing in the film, Archie was cast to feature in Disney's Home Alone reboot alongside actor Rob Delaney.
Jojo Rabbit has also been nominated for six Oscars and the winners will be reveal on Sunday, February 9.