BAFTA TELEVISION CRAFT AWARDS: DOWNTON ABBEY AND PEAKY BLINDERS TRIUMPH

Peaky Blinders-2.jpgBBC Two drama Peaky Blinders was the big winner at the 2014 Bafta Television Craft Awards, picking up two awards, including the Best Director (Fiction) gong for Otto Bathurst.

The drama, which starred Cillian Murphy as head of the historic Peaky Blinders gang in Birmingham, also picked up the award for Photography and Lighting. Peaky Blinders was nominated in four other categories.

Downton Abbey was also recognised at the awards ceremony, which was held in London last night and hosted by Stephen Mangan. Julian Fellowes’s ITV drama won the Bafta for Costume Design, the only category in which the show was nominated.

Other winners included Broadchurch (Original Television Music), Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor (Special, Visual and Graphic Effects) and Ripper Street (Production Design).

Full list of winners at the Bafta Television Craft Awards 2014:

Breakthrough Talent

WINNER: Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan, Marlon Smith (Run)

Original Television Music

WINNER: Broadchurch (Ólafur Arnalds)

Costume Design

WINNER: Downton Abbey (Caroline McCall)

Photography (Factual)

WINNER: Rebuilding the World Trade Center (Marcus Robinson)

Digital Creativity

WINNER: D-Day: As It Happens (Production Team)

Director (Fiction)

WINNER: Otto Bathurst (Peaky Blinders)

Director (Factual)

WINNER: Nick Holt (The Murder Trial)

Director (Multi-Camera)

WINNER: Phil Heyes (The X Factor)

Editing (Factual)

WINNER: Educating Yorkshire (Episode One) (Mark Towns)

Editing (Factual)

WINNER: The Fall (Steve Singleton)

Entertainment Craft Team

WINNER: Patrick Doherty, Kevin Duff, Kim Gavin, Andrew Milligan (Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway)

Make Up And Hair Design

WINNER: An Adventure in Space and Time (Vickie Lang)

Photography And Lighting (Fiction)

WINNER: Peaky Blinders (George Steel)

Production Design

WINNER: Ripper Street (Mark Geraghty)

Sound (Factual)

WINNER: David Bowie – Five Years (Rowan Jennings, Karl Mainzer, Adam Scourfield)

Sound (Fiction)

WINNER: Dancing on the Edge (Adrian Bell, Lee Crichlow, Robert Farr, Ian Wilkinson)

Special Award in 2014

WINNER: Strictly Come Dancing

Special, Visual & Graphic Effects

WINNER: Doctor Who: The Day Of The Doctor (Milk VFX, Real SFX, The Model Unit)

Writer (Comedy)

WINNER: The IT Crowd (Graham Linehan)

Writer (Drama)

WINNER: In the Flesh (Dominic Mitchell)

For the full article: Telegraph.co.uk

 

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