Bafta TV Craft Awards: 'Chernobyl', 'Peaky Blinders' and Aisling Bea among winners
The craft awards celebrate the people behind the scenes in TV
Ahead of the Virgin Media British Academy Television Awards on July 31, the winners of the Bafta TV Craft Awards were announced in a virtual ceremony on July 17.
The entertainment organisation's Television Craft Awards celebrate the talent behind the scenes, from costume, hair and make-up, to editing, direction and sound design.
Chernobyl was the major winner, picking up seven awards for costume design, best director in fiction, original music, sound, production design, photography and lighting, and editing.
Irish comic Aisling Bea won the Breakthrough Talent award for series This Way Up, which she both wrote and starred in.
The Bafta TV Craft Awards winners in full:
Breakthrough Talent: Aisling Bea – This Way Up
Director, Fiction: Johan Renck – Chernobyl
Director, Factual: Arthur Cary – The Last Survivors
Director, Multi-Camera: Janet Fraser Crook – Glastonbury 2019
Writer, Drama: Jesse Armstrong – Succession
Writer, Comedy: Jamie Demetriou – Stath Lets Flats
Costume Design: Odile Dicks-Mireaux – Chernobyl
Make Up & Hair Design: Loz Schiavo – Peaky Blinders
Original Music: Hildur Gudnadottir – Chernobyl
Sound, Fiction: Chernobyl
Sound, Factual: Battle of the Brass Bands'
Production Design: Luke Hull and Claire Levinson-Gendler – Chernobyl
Scripted Casting in Television: Des Hamilton – Top Boy
Photography & Lighting, Fiction: Jakob Ihre – Chernobyl
Photography, Factual: Bertie Gregory, Howard Bourne and John Shier, Seven Worlds, One Planet
Editing, Fiction: Simon Smith and Jinx Godfrey – Chernobyl
Editing, Factual: Michael Harte – Don’t **** With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer
Entertainment Craft Team: David Bishop, Vicky Gill, Andy Tapley and Patrick Doherty – Strictly Come Dancing
Special, Visual & Graphic Effects: Russell Dodgson – His Dark Materials
Titles & Graphic Identity: Elastic and Painting Practice – His Dark Materials
Updated: July 18, 2020 01:08 PM