British Academy Television Craft Awards in 2014 - Da Vinci's Demons variant cover
The official programme for the British Academy Television Craft Awards in 2014. This brochure was handed out to all attendees of the ceremony on 27 April 2014. There were four different covers, each one representing a nominee in the Costume Design category.
2O14 CONTENTS WELCOME 3 A message from the Academy Chairman THE NOMINATIONS 7 Breakthrough Talent Costume Design 9 Digital Creativity Director: Factual 11 Director: Fiction Director: Multi-camera 13 Editing: Factual Editing: Fiction 15 Entertainment Craft Team Make Up & Hair Design THE SPECIAL AWARD 16 A decade of the tango and foxtrot is celebrated as Strictly Come Dancing receives this yearâ€™s prestigious award. THE NOMINATIONS (cont.) 21 Original Music Photography: Factual 23 Photography & Lighting: Fiction Production Design 25 Sound: Factual 26 Sound: Fiction Special, Visual & Graphic Effects 27 Writer: Comedy Writer: Drama 28 JURIES 30 MEET THE SPONSORS 32 THANKS 1 Join 2000+ senior level professionals for the UK’s leading television festival. From Kevin Spacey to Google’s Eric Schmidt, global heavyweights set the industry agenda. PLUS more than 50 panel discussions, commissioning sessions and masterclasses. Unique access to the biggest names at oﬃcial receptions, events and parties. Extend your business horizons among delegates from 22 countries and 60 international broadcasters and channels. Keith Lemon reveals what goes on behind channel controllers’ doors while a panel tries to guess ‘who habitates in a house like this’. @EdinburghTVfest ThisIsEdinburghTVFestival Edinburgh TV Fest What progress has been made in producer/commissioner relationships since last year’s most talked-about session? A new survey will reveal all. very warm welcome to the British Academy Television Craft Awards. This evening is a celebration of the very best behind-the-scenes talent in British television. Judging by the quality of the nominations alone, it has been another outstanding year for television craft. Chief among the honours is the Special Award, which will be conferred not to any one individual but a whole team of talented practitioners. We salute the outstanding behind-the-scenes crew of one of the nation’s most popular entertainment shows: Strictly Come Dancing. Particularly in the television industry, teamwork is a prerequisite for success. It does not come about through happy coincidence or without strong leadership. Strictly embraces the team ethic entirely; with a surfeit of brilliant individuals, it is a team that delivers quality, and consistently – 10 years on our screens and counting, Strictly has stood the test of time. Many individuals are recognised for their outstanding work this evening too, whose Welcome Me ssage crafts can take a lifetime to master. It is their dedication to creativity, innovation and excellence that shines through every one of their nominations. Congratulations and good luck to you. I’m delighted that our magnificent host Stephen Mangan has returned to guide us through the ceremony. My thanks to all our partners, supporters and category sponsors of the event – CARAT*, The Farm Group, HotCam, G-Technology, The London Studios, M·A·C Cosmetics and Sara Putt Associates – who are behind BAFTA’s success as a charity. And thank you also to BAFTA’s Television Committee, scrupulously chaired by Andrew Newman, and all our juries; and to Kelly Smith, Siobhan Pridgeon, Clare Brown and everyone at BAFTA whose dedication remains unsurpassed. Have an enjoyable evening. JOHN WILLIS Chairman of the Academy 3 4 British Academy Te levision Craft Awards The Nominations 5 Sara Putt Associates nurturing today’s talent for tomorrow. ‘‘ ‘‘ PRODUCERS DIRECTORS WRITERS SCRIPT EXECUTIVES VISUAL EFFECTS PRODUCERS VISUAL EFFECTS SUPERVISORS LINE PRODUCERS DIRECTORS OF PHOTOGRAPHY PRODUCTION DESIGNERS EDITORS saraputt SOUND RECORDISTS COSTUME DESIGNERS HAIRDRESSERS MAKE UP ARTISTS STUNT COORDINATORS 1st ASSISTANT DIRECTORS CAMERA/STEADICAM OPERATORS STEREOGRAPHERS ASSISTANTS TRAINEES associates As the leading independent UK agency for many of the most talented Film & TV professionals, we are proud to sponsor the Breakthrough Talent category in 2014. www.saraputt.co.uk BREAKTHROUGH TALENT SP O NSO RED BY DANIEL FA JEMISIN-DUNCAN, M ARLON SMITH Writers, Run Acme Films/Channel 4 NANCY HARRIS Writer, Dates Balloon Entertainment/Channel 4 SA M LEIFER, TEDDY LEIFER Writer/Director, Producer, PLEBS Rise Films/ITV2 DAN SMITH Director, David Attenborough’s Natural History Museum Alive 3D Colossus Productions/Sky 3D COSTUME DESIGN SP O NSO RED BY AN ADVENTURE IN SPACE AND TIME Suzanne Cave BBC Cymru Wales/BBC America/ BBC Two DA VINCI'S DEMONS Annie Symons Adjacent/Phantom Four Films/FOX DOWNTON ABBEY Caroline McCall Carnival Film & Television/ITV THE SUSPICIONS OF MR WHICHER: THE MURDER IN ANGEL L ANE Lucinda Wright Hat Trick Productions/ITV The Nominations 7 195 Piccadilly Prestigious headquarters of the British academy of film and television arts lead your guests up the red carpet into this glamorous and unique venue with versatile entertaining spaces and state-of-the-art screening facilities. for events and reservations: firstname.lastname@example.org 020 7292 5860 www.bafta.org/venue-hire Sargent-Disc congratulates the nominees of the British Academy Television Craft Awards in 2014. Academy Partner Sargent-Disc is committed to service excellence. Find out more at www.sargent-disc.com Payroll & Residuals Corporate Payroll Auto Enrolment SD Online Production Card Production Services Production Accounting Vista Accounting Movie Magic Scheduling Movie Magic Budgeting Training Academic Partnerships DIGITAL CREATIVITY CBEEBIES PL AY TIME Jon Howard, Leanne Dougan, Lizzie Leadbeater, Richard Wilson CBeebies In-house/CBeebies D -DAY: AS IT HAPPENS Production Team Windfall Films, Digit London/ Channel 4 THIS MORNING: TAKE OVER THE M AKEOVER Production Team ITV Studios/ITV Commercial & Online/Metail/ITV UTOPIA TH_NK Kudos/Channel 4 DIRECTOR: FACTUAL EDUCATING YORKSHIRE David Brindley, Grace Reynolds TwoFour/Channel 4 HER M AJEST Y'S PRISON AYLESBURY Lee Phillips Wild Pictures/ITV THE MURDER TRIAL Nick Holt Windfall Films/Channel 4 THE UNSPEAK ABLE CRIME: R APE Sara Hardy, Blue Ryan Gold Star Productions/BBC One The Nominations 9 Multi-Camera Directors are unusual people. It takes uncommon vision to reach the top as a Multi-Camera Director. Weâ€™re delighted to sponsor tonightâ€™s Director: Multi-Camera award and see that talent recognised and celebrated. DIRECTOR: FICTION BROADCHURCH (EPISODE ONE) James Strong Kudos/Imaginary Friends/ITV PEAKY BLINDERS Otto Bathurst Caryn Mandabach Productions/ Tiger Aspect Productions/BBC Two TOP OF THE L AKE Jane Campion, Garth Davis See-Saw Films/BBC Two UTOPIA Marc Munden Kudos/Channel 4 DIRECTOR: MULTI-CA MERA SP O NSO RED BY THE FUNER AL OF BARONESS THATCHER Bridget Caldwell BBC Events Production/BBC One THE GR AHA M NORTON SHOW Steve Smith So Television Ltd/BBC One STRICTLY COME DANCING Nikki Parsons BBC Entertainment Production/ BBC One THE X FACTOR Phil Heyes Thames (part of FremantleMedia UK)/ Syco Entertainment/ITV The Nominations 11 G-Technology is proud to sponsor the Editing Fiction category in tonight’s awards “I’VE HAD SO MANY DRIVES FAIL ON ME IN THE PAST. 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EDITING: FACTUAL ARENA: THE NATIONAL THEATRE (PART ONE Ð THE DREA M) Joanna Crickmay BBC Arena/Lone Star Co-Production/BBC Four DAVID BOWIE Ð FIVE YEARS Ged Murphy BBC Events Production/BBC Two EDUCATING YORKSHIRE (EPISODE ONE) Mark Towns TwoFour/Channel 4 TOP GEAR Craig Harbour, James Hart, Dan James BBC Entertainment Production/ BBC Two EDITING: FICTION SP O NSO RED BY AN ADVENTURE IN SPACE AND TIME Philip Kloss BBC Cymru Wales/BBC America/ BBC Two BROADCHURCH (EPISODE EIGHT) Mike Jones Kudos/Imaginary Friends/ITV THE FALL Steve Singleton Artists Studio/Fables Ltd/BBC Two TOP OF THE L AKE (EPISODE SIX) Alexandre de Franceschi See-Saw Films/BBC Two The Nominations 13 t h e O f f i c i a l M a k e u p S p O n S O r t O t h e B r i t i S h a c a d e M y t e l e v i S i O n c r a f t aw a r d S i n 2 0 1 4 S a l u t e S a l l t h i S y e a r â€™ S n O M i n e e S O f t h e M a k e u p a n d h a i r d e S i g n c at e g O r y ENTERTAINMENT CRAFT TEA M SP O NSO RED BY ANT & DEC'S SATURDAY NIGHT TAKEAWAY Patrick Doherty, Kevin Duff, Kim Gavin, Andrew Milligan ITV Studios Ltd/Mitre Television Ltd/ITV DOCTOR WHO AT THE PROMS 2O13 Bernie Davis, Eryl Ellis, Huw Thomas, Keith Ware BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One DYNA MO: M AGICIAN IMPOSSIBLE Alex Hartman, Saul Gittens, Dan Evans, Amer Iqbal Phil McIntyre Entertainment Ltd/ Inner Circle Films/Red Rocket/Watch TOP GEAR James Hart, Dan James, Andy Hodges BBC Entertainment Production/BBC Two MAKE UP & HAIR DESIGN SP O NSO RED BY AN ADVENTURE IN SPACE AND TIME Vickie Lang BBC Cymru Wales/BBC America/ BBC Two BURTON AND TAYLOR Lucy Cain BBC Drama Production London/ BBC America/BBC Four DA VINCI'S DEMONS Jacqueline Fowler Adjacent/Phantom Four Films/FOX DEATH COMES TO PEMBERLEY Loz Schiavo Origin Pictures Ltd/BBC One The Nominations 15 THE SPECIAL AWARD With 10 years and more than 240 shows under its sequined belt, tonight’s recipient of the Academy’s Special Award, Strictly Come Dancing, has proved it’s a cha-cha-champion of light entertainment. Wor ds by M at t h e w Be l l I n May 20 04 , breakfast television presenter Natasha Kaplinsky sashayed onto the dance floor and Strictly Come Dancing took its first tentative steps into the world. Over the following decade the BBC One show – which pairs celebrities and professional ballroom dancers in a contest to out tango, waltz and cha-cha-cha each other – has come of age. It has become a much-loved Saturday night fixture, mixing drama, emotion and, when the less capable celebrities take to the floor, hilarity. Audiences have topped 14 million and the format has been sold to more than 40 countries. Now, in the year it celebrates its 10th birthday, Strictly Come Dancing receives a well-deserved British Academy Special Award in recognition of its outstanding creative and technical achievements. The perfectly honed light entertainment show that appears on screen hides the amount of sheer hard work that the off-screen talent puts into making live television. “There is a huge amount of pressure,” says Strictly Come Dancing’s director Nikki Parsons, nominated herself this year in the Director: 16 Multi‑camera category. “Behind the scenes, it’s sometimes chaotic but that chaos never makes it on air, which is a testament to the abilities of the team. Making the show is a huge team effort. Everyone pulls together while working in the most stressful situations – and produces brilliant results.” Although the show is very much a team effort, Parsons does single out a few names for special mention: “Lighting director Mark Kenyon and production designer Patrick Doherty are key to how the show looks – they’ve been on Strictly since the very beginning.” As a veteran of more than 150 shows, Parsons is well qualified to comment on Strictly Come Dancing’s success. “It’s family entertainment – there’s something for everybody in it, from kids to grandparents. Strictly’s a happy show, which is not out to humiliate people.” She also mentions the show’s “warmth and intimacy”, which surely emanates from the hosts, BAFTA Fellow Sir Bruce Forsyth (who recently announced his retirement from the show) and Tess Daly. Unlike other talent shows, the judges are almost always pleasant on Strictly, including pantomime villain British Academy Te levision Craft Awards Clockwise from left: Former Coronation Street star Natalie Gumede dances with Artem Chingvintsev in 2013; Strictly Come Dancing’s director Nikki Parsons; hosts Sir Bruce Forsyth and Tess Daly MAKING THE SHOW IS A HUGE TEA M EFFORT. EVERYONE PULLS TOGETHER... WITH BRILLIANT RESULTS. Craig Revel Horwood. “Even ‘Evil Craig’ is nice,” laughs Parsons. It is the comedic moments that stand out from Parsons’ years working on the show: “John Sergeant pulling Kristina (Rihanoff ) across the floor, Ann Widdecombe flashing her knickers, Russell Grant being fired out of a cannon and, last year, hairy biker Dave Myers – everything he did was memorable.” She has also enjoyed watching the celebrities knuckle down and learn to do something alien to them. “In the early years we had quite a few sportsmen, such as Matt Dawson and Mark The Special Award Ramprakash, who couldn’t dance for toffee when they started. But by the end of it they were amazing. “I’ve absolutely loved working on Strictly,” says Parsons, who is again onboard for this year’s run. “At the end of every series, you think, ‘I can’t do that again – it half killed me,’ but that’s soon forgotten and then I’m looking forward to working with a great team of people again.” She adds: “Speaking on behalf of the team, we all love working on Strictly and are so proud of what we’ve achieved. We’re producing a series with high production values, which people really enjoy watching.” 17 Introducing Ă“lafur Arnalds The incredible composer of Broadchurch brings you his breathtaking solo album For Now I Am Winter www.olafurarnalds.com OUT NOW ORIGINAL MUSIC BROADCHURCH Ólafur Arnalds Kudos/Imaginary Friends/ITV LUTHER Paul Englishby BBC Drama Production London/ BBC One PEAKY BLINDERS Martin Phipps Caryn Mandabach Productions/ Tiger Aspect Productions/BBC Two TOP OF THE L AKE Mark Bradshaw See-Saw Films/BBC Two PHOTOGRAPHY: FACTUAL AFRICA (CONGO) Camera Team BBC Natural History Production/ Discovery Channel/CCTV9/ France Television/BBC One MECHANICAL M ARVELS: CLOCKWORK DREA MS Andy Jackson Furnace TV/BBC Four REBUILDING THE WORLD TR ADE CENTER Marcus Robinson Lion Television/Marcus Robinson/ Channel 4 SYRIA: ACROSS THE LINES Olly Lambert Quicksilver Media/Channel 4 The Nominations 19 It’s not a Crane, it’s not a Camera Car and it’s not a Stabilised Head Alpha Grip introduces the new “Spanish Arm” - a different concept of Camera Car. 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ZAWE ASHTON AC TOR , F RE SH ME AT Watch, Listen, Read, Explore. Get insights, advice and more at BAFTA Guru. www.bafta.org/guru SOUND: FACTUAL AFRICA (K AL AHARI) Kate Hopkins, Tim Owens, Graham Wild BBC Natural History Production/ Discovery Channel/CCTV9/ France Television/BBC One BRIT TEN'S ENDGA ME Patrick Boland, Mike Hatch, Rowan Jennings, Paul Paragon Crux Productions Limited/BBC Four DAVID AT TENBOROUGH'S NATUR AL HISTORY MUSEUM ALIVE 3D Freddie Claire, Graham Kirkman, John Rogerson, Richard Addis Colossus Productions/Sky 3D DAVID BOWIE Ð FIVE YEARS Rowan Jennings, Karl Mainzer, Adam Scourfield BBC Events Production/BBC Two HEBRIDES Ð ISL ANDS ON THE EDGE Ben Peace, Kate Hopkins, Tim Owens Maramedia/Otter Films for BBC Scotland/BBC One The Nominations 23 B A F T A T H E l E A D I N G I N D E p E N D E N T u k c H A R I T Y S u p p O R T I N G, D E v E lO p I N G A N D p R O m OT I N G T H E A R T F O R m S O F T H E m Ov I N G I m A G E ¥ T H E l E A D I N G I N D Ep EN D EN T u k cH A R I T Y SuppORTING, DE vElOpING A ND pROmOTING THE A RT 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THE ESCAPE ARTIST Chris Ashworth, Graham Headicar, Stuart Hilliker, Duncan Price Endor Productions Ltd/BBC One LUTHER Howard Bargroff, Russell Jeffery, Mike Grimes, Emma Pegram BBC Drama Production London/ BBC One PEAKY BLINDERS Stuart Hilliker, Brian Milliken, Matthew Skelding, Lee Walpole Caryn Mandabach Productions/ Tiger Aspect Productions/BBC Two SPECIAL, VISUAL & GRAPHIC EFFECTS DAVID AT TENBOROUGH'S NATUR AL HISTORY MUSEUM ALIVE 3D ZOO, Fido, Colossus Colossus Productions/Sky 3D DOCTOR WHO: THE DAY OF THE DOCTOR Milk VFX, Real SFX, The Model Unit BBC Cymru Wales/BBC One MICRO MONSTERS WITH DAVID AT TENBOROUGH: PREDATOR Hollingworth Photography, British Technical Films, Colossus Colossus Productions/Sky 3D PEAKY BLINDERS BlueBolt (VFX), Rushes (Colourist) Caryn Mandabach Productions/ Tiger Aspect Productions/BBC Two The Nominations 25 WRITER: COMEDY SP O NSO RED BY COUNT ARTHUR STRONG Steve Delaney, Graham Linehan Retort/Komedia/Delightful Industries/ BBC Two FRESH MEAT Sam Bain, Jesse Armstrong, Tom Basden Objective Productions/Channel 4 THE I T CROWD Graham Linehan Retort (part of FremantleMedia UK)/ Channel 4 THE WRONG M ANS James Corden, Mathew Baynton BBC Comedy Production London/ Hulu/BBC Two WRITER: DRA MA BROADCHURCH Chris Chibnall Kudos/Imaginary Friends/ITV IN THE FLESH Dominic Mitchell BBC Drama Production Salford/ BBC America/BBC Three L AST TANGO IN HALIFA X Sally Wainwright Red Production Company/BBC One UTOPIA Dennis Kelly Kudos/Channel 4 The Nominations 27 BREAKTHROUGH TALENT Jane Lush CHA I R Lynn Alleway Gary Hunter Danielle Lux Paul Mortimer Siobhan Mulholland Priya Singh Jo Street Fenia Vardanis COSTUME DESIGN Simon Spencer CHA I R Sarah Arthur Joey Attawia Juliet Aubrey Wendy Dagworthy Michelle MacMillan Spencer Kitchen Tom Mullens Jill Robertson Emma Scott Charlotte Walter DIGITAL CREATIVIT Y Jane Hudson CHA I R Joss Agnew Rosie Allimonos Katie Blake Carl Draper Ian Forrester Anna Higgs Tom O’Brien Faraz Osman Juliette Otterburn-Hall Simon Tomkins Shane Walter 28 DIRECTOR: FACTUAL Ade Rawcliffe CHA I R Katie Bailiff Paul Blake Jaimie D’Cruz Alex Gardiner Nick Hornby Aysha Rafeale Simon Raikes Sanjay Singhal Jonathan Smith Helen Veale DIRECTOR: FICTION Kate Phillips CHA I R John Alexander Fi Cotter Craig Birger Larsen Barry Lynch Joe Mace Kate Miles Paul Seed Julia Stannard Hannah Wyatt DIRECTOR: MULTI- CA MER A Sarah Whitehead CHA I R David Clews Ben Kellett Ian Lorimer Fergal McGrath Stephen Stewart Celia Taylor Kathryn Wolfe British Academy Te levision Craft Awards ENTERTAINMENT CR AFT TEA M Anne Morrison CHA I R Katie Boyd Jazz Gowans David Kester Simon Kimmel Jason Wells Emma Westcott Ben Weston M AKE UP & HAIR DESIGN Andrew Newman CHA I R Jan Archibald Nicola Buck Christine Cant Judy Counihan Paul Edmonds Lesley Lamont-Fisher Catherine Scoble Elizabeth Tagg Wooster Vanessa White ORIGINAL MUSIC Olivia Lichtenstein CHA I R Barrie Bignold Richard Blair-Oliphant Peter Cobbin Robert Del Maestro Nina Humphreys Pete Kirtley Michael Price Samantha Richards Peter Salem Nitin Sawhney The Juries PHOTOGR APHY: FACTUAL Richard Boden CHA I R David Hickman Michael Houldey Martin Kemp Ben Lawrie Richard Melman Nick Poyntz Elizabeth Stopford Kate Taunton Mark Wild WRITER: COMEDY Brian Woods CHA I R Simon Blackwell Hugh Bonneville Jason Hazeley Emma Kennedy Joel Morris Caroline Norris Jill Offman Adil Ray Rachel Springett Karl Warner PHOTOGR APHY & LIGHTING: FICTION James Dean CHA I R Sue de Beauvoir Nina Kellgren Tim Leandro Stuart Napier Zac Nicholson Barney Reisz Stephen Robinson Oli Russell WRITER: DR A M A Krishnendu Majumdar CHA I R Joe Ahearne Amanda Coe Tally Garner Coky Giedroyc Annie Griffin Tony Grisoni Peter Harness Amanda Jenks Catherine Johnson Robert Jones Julie Rutterford Mat Whitecross PRODUCTION DESIGN Graham Stuart CHA I R Simon Beresford Darryl Hammer Elliot Hegarty Bernard Krichefski Cath Pater-Lancucki Hannah Pescod Leon Wilson Asif Zubairy The Editing, Sound and Special, Visual & Graphic Effects categories are voted for by chapters. Chapters are made up of Academy members with expertise and experience in the specialised field relating to the category. Members of each chapter vote in all three rounds to determine the shortlist, nominations and winner in their category. 29 With thanks to… SAR A PUT T ASSOCIATES CAR AT* THE LONDON STUDIOS CATEGORY SPONSOR FOR BREA KTHROUGH TA LENT CATEGORY SPONSOR FOR COSTUME DESIGN CATEGORY SPONSOR FOR DIRECTOR: MULTI - CA MER A What’s been the biggest advancement in your business this past year? What is it about British television that inspires you to be involved with these Awards? The biggest advancement in our business this year has been the Trainee Scheme. Now in its second year and with backing from Creative Skillset, the Sara Putt Associates Trainee Scheme is growing to be a key part of our business. 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The biggest advancement in business at The Farm Group has been the number of productions that have made good use of our ability to work in various and/or multiple locations. Over the past 12 months, we have had teams in places as diverse as Sochi, Austria, the Olympic Park in Stratford and, of course, Soho and Hollywood. Likewise, in the main facility hubs, the vast majority of work produced will be seen by an international audience. Recent successes of British dramas in the US have been considerable and high profile, and have put UK post-production houses at the centre of this international sector. Visit: www.farmgroup.tv British television is a hub of creativity and excellence and the perfect platform to showcase the craft of the make up and hair designer. It is difficult to imagine television’s most iconic characters 31 BRITISH ACADEMY TELEVISION CRAFT AWARDS Sunday 27 April 2014, The Brewery, Chiswell Street, London EC1 WITH THANKS TO TELEVISION COMMITTEE FOR BAFTA Host Stephen Mangan Andrew Newman C H A I R Jane Lush D EP U T Y C H A I R Richard Boden James Dean Neil Grant Jane Hudson Patrick Keegan Olivia Lichtenstein Krishnendu Majumdar Steven Moffat Kate Philips Ade Rawcliffe Simon Spencer Graham Stuart Emma Westcott Sarah Whitehead Brian Woods Director of Production Clare Brown Script Ivor Baddiel Director Toby Baker Vision Mixer Mark Foster Voiceover Zoë Ball BAFTA Content Host Jenni Falconer Production Design Alison Humphries Screen Graphics Format.LDN Lighting Director Mark Ninnim Floor Manager Mark Harrison Sound Plus4Audio Screens and Projection Guy Mapley and XL Video Post Production Partner The Farm Prompting Facilities Portaprompt Technical Facilities HotCam Brochure and Ticket Printing Emtone Print Photographers Richard Kendal Alexandra Thompson PR freuds CATEGORY SPONSORS CARAT* The Farm Group G-Technology HotCam The London Studios M·A·C Sara Putt Associates OFFICIAL PARTNERS 88 Rue Du Rhone Audi Badoit Bottle Green British Airways Champagne Taittinger Deloitte Evian Fortnum & Mason Grolsch Hotel Chocolat PaperlinX Portaprompt Quixel Republic Of Photography Sargent-Disc Villa Maria Senior Awards Officer Siobhan Pridgeon British Academy of Film and Television Arts 195 Piccadilly London W1J 9LN T: 020 7734 0022 F: 020 7292 5869 www.bafta.org Awards Event Producer Helen Kierney Chairman John Willis Production Coordinator Sophie Klein Chief Executive Amanda Berry OBE Production Manager Cassandra Hybel Chief Operating Officer Kevin Price Head of Television and Games Kelly Smith Talent Booker Emma Baehr Awards Team Bradley Down David Lortal Rob Jones Additional Content Producer Ryan Doherty Production Assistant Georgina Cunningham Editing Daniel Dalton Awards and Production Intern Nicola Wedgwood Digital Communications Manager Pippa Irvine Digital Marketing and Content Manager Genevieve Smith Head of Partnerships Louise Robertson Senior Partner Manager Natalie Moss For highlights and additional interviews from tonight’s ceremony, visit www.bafta.org and follow @BAFTA on Twitter with #TVCraft The Academy chooses Regency, supporting excellence in print. Brochure printed on Regency Satin 270g/m² (cover) and 150g/m² (text). The carbon impact of this paper has been measured and balanced through the World Land Trust, an ecological charity. Regency is available exclusively from PaperlinX, www.paperlinx.com Partner Manager Amy Elton Partnerships Executive Phil Eacott Brochure Editor Toby Weidmann Graphic Designer Adam Tuck 32 All nominations correct at time of going to press; imagery used with kind permission from the nominees, production companies and broadcasters. British Academy Te levision Craft Awards