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BAFTA Television Craft Awards 2019 Winners

A Very English Scandal leads this year's winners with three award wins, followed by Killing Eve and Patrick Melrose each winning two awards.


A Very English Scandal, the drama mini-series based on the Jeremy Thorpe scandal, walked away with BAFTAs for Costume Design, Director: Fiction and Editing: Fiction, whilst Killing Eve won Original Music and Sound: Fiction and Patrick Melrose won Production Design and Writer: Drama.


Following their success at last year’s ceremony, Daisy May Cooper and Charlie Cooper won in Writer: Comedy for This Country and this year's Breakthrough Talent award was won by composer, producer and writer Akemnji Ndifornyen for Famalam.


The award for Entertainment Craft Team was presented to the BBC Studios team for Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance, which paid tribute to the victims of war and conflict and the Director: Factual BAFTA was presented to Ben Anthony for Grenfell.


First-time winners included Barbara Wiltshire who won Director: Multi-Camera for Inside No 9 Live: Dead Line, Will Gilbey who won Editing: Factual for Bros: After the Screaming Stops, Lindsay McCrae who won Photography: Factual for Dynasties: Emperor and Woo-hyung Kimin who won Photography & Lighting: Fiction for The Little Drummer Girl.


The Make-Up & Hair Design BAFTA was presented to Vanity Fair, the award for Sound: Factual was won by Later Live…With Jools Holland, Special, Visual & Graphic Effects was won by Troy: Fall of a City and Titles & Graphic Identity went to the 2018 Winter Olympics ‘The Fearless are Here’.



And Script supervisor Emma Thomas was presented with the BAFTA Special Award for her outstanding contribution to the industry. Emma has acted as script supervisor on some of the most cherished television shows including Goodnight Sweetheart, Birds of a Feather, Benidorm, Bad Education, Luther and The Bill.


Most recently, Emma was the script supervisor on Soon Gone: A Windrush Chronicle for BBC Four, a series of monologues that reveal the hopes, desires, achievements, shattered dreams and broken promises of a single fictionalised family over four generations. The award was presented by Greg Davies.  

The winners in full are...


Breakthrough Talent

Akemnji Ndifornyen (Composer, Producer and Writer) | Famalam


Costume Design

Suzanne Cave | A Very English Scandal


Director: Factual

Ben Anthony | Grenfell


Director: Fiction

Stephen Frears | A Very English Scandal


Director: Multi Camera

Barbara Wiltshire | Inside No.9 Live: Dead Line


Editing: Factual

Will Gilbey | Bros: After the Screaming Stops


Editing: Fiction

Pia Di Ciaula | A Very English Scandal


Entertainment Craft Team

Nigel Catmur, David Cole, Kate Dawking, Kevin Duff | The Royal British Legion Festival of Remembrance


Make Up & Hair Design

Vickie Lang | Vanity Fair


Original Music

David Holmes, Keefus Ciancia | Killing Eve


Photography: Factual

Lindsay McCraw | Dynasties: Emperor


Photography & Lighting: Fiction

Woo-Hyung Kim | The Little Drummer Girl


Production Design

Tom Burton | Patrick Melrose


Sound: Factual

Sound Team | Later Live... with Jools Holland


Sound: Fiction

Sound Team | Killing Eve


Special, Visual & Graphic Effects

Adam McInnes, John Smith, Kevin Horsewood | Troy: Fall of a City


Titles & Graphic Identity

Alan Smith, Mark Roalfe | The 2018 Winter Olympics


Writer: Comedy

Daisy May Cooper, Charlie Cooper | This Country


Writer: Drama

David Nicholls | Patrick Melrose

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