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A C A D E M Y

24-26 AUGUST 2016


CONTENTS WELCOMES 2

A Message from the Academy President

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A Message from the Academy Chair and CEO

THE NOMINATIONS 7

Breakthrough Talent Costume Design

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Digital Creativity Director: Factual

11 Director: Fiction Director: Multi-camera 13 Editing: Factual Editing: Fiction

THE SPECIA L AWA RD 16 With more than 20 years experience as a casting director, Nina Gold has been behind many an acting career in both television and film.

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15 Entertainment Craft Team Make Up & Hair Design

THE NOMINATIONS ( co n t.) 21 Original Music Photography: Factual 22 Photography & Lighting: Fiction Production Design 23 Sound: Factual Sound: Fiction 25 Special, Visual & Graphic Effects Titles & Graphic Identity 27 Writer: Comedy Writer: Drama

30 The Juries

32 Meet the Category Sponsors

35 End Credits

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H RH T H E DUKE O F CA M BR ID GE , K G President of the Academy


WELCOME Welcome to the British Academy Television Craft Awards. Tonight’s BAFTA ceremony is a celebration of outstanding talent who work behind the scenes in the pursuit of excellence on screen. Each of our nominees has been critical to the success of some of 2015’s most memorable programmes, and we are delighted to recognise their contributions tonight.

Over the past year, BAFTA has been working hard to continue supporting the next generation of talent. We want to ensure a diverse range of voices are nurtured, and that opportunities are forthcoming regardless of people’s backgrounds, through scholarships, networking, masterclass programmes and much more. Activity continues next weekend at our Guru Live festival, where attendees will hear from experts across a range of crafts in television, film and games. Find out more about our work at www.bafta.org. Our thanks to the Television Committee and its Chair, Krishnendu Majumdar, to all the juries, to the BAFTA team, particularly Siobhan Pridgeon, Kelly Smith and Clare Brown, to our fantastic host, Stephen Mangan, and to all our wonderful partners. Good luck to all the nominees and many congratulations on your achievements.

ANNE MORRISON Chair of the Academy

A MANDA BERRY OB E Chief Executive of the Academy

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One role in television craft which deserves special recognition is that of the casting director, whose involvement at the heart of a production can define its subsequent success. Nina Gold is one of the country’s leading practitioners in the field, with an enviable career spanning film and television and a long list of award-winning productions to her name. Nina’s hard work, skill, collaboration and sheer determination are an inspiration to anyone working, or seeking to work, in the industry today. Tonight, we recognise her with the Special Award.


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THE NOMINATIONS


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PRODUCERS DIRECTORS WRITERS SCRIPT EXECUTIVES VISUAL EFFECTS PRODUCERS VISUAL EFFECTS SUPERVISORS LINE PRODUCERS DIRECTORS OF PHOTOGRAPHY PRODUCTION DESIGNERS EDITORS

SOUND RECORDISTS COSTUME DESIGNERS HAIR DRESSERS MAKEUP ARTISTS STUNT COORDINATORS 1st ASSISTANT DIRECTORS CAMERA/STEADICAM OPERATORS OPER DEVELOPMENT PRODUCERS ASSISTANTS TRAINEES

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BREAKTHROUGH

TALENT SPONSORED BY

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Writer, Not Safe for Work Clerkenwell Films/Channel 4

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BARBARA KIDD

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Cuba Pictures/Feel Films/BBC One

FOTINI DIMOU

The Dresser Playground Television UK Limited, Sonia Friedman Productions, Altus Productions, Prescience/BBC Two

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Wolf Hall Playground Entertainment, Company Pictures/BBC Two

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Poldark Mammoth Screen Limited/BBC One

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DIGITAL CREATIVITY

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Humans – Persona Synthetics Channel 4, 4creative, OMD, Microsoft, Fuse, Rocket, Supernatural

GABRIEL BISSET-SMITH, RACHEL DE-L AHAY, KENNY EMSON, ED SELLEK The Last Hours of Laura K BBC

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DIRECTOR: FACTUAL

ADA M JESSEL

Professor Green: Suicide and Me Antidote Productions/ Globe Productions/BBC Three

DAVE NATH

The Murder Detectives Films of Record/Channel 4

JA MES NEWTON

The Detectives Minnow Films/BBC Two

URSUL A M ACFARL ANE

Charlie Hebdo: Three Days that Shook Paris Films of Record/More4

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DIRECTOR: FICTION

AISLING WALSH

An Inspector Calls Drama Republic/BBC One

SPONSORED BY

BEN TAYLOR

Catastrophe Avalon Television/Birdbath Productions/ Merman Films/Channel 4

JAKOB VERBRUGGEN

London Spy Working Title TV, BBC/BBC Two

SHANE MEADOWS

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CHRIS POWER

Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway ITV Studios and Mitre Television Co-Production/ITV

JOHN ANDERSON Coronation Street ITV Studios/ITV

JOHN WAT TS

Rugby World Cup Final: New Zealand v Australia ITV Sport/ITV

COKY GIEDROYC, RICHARD VALENTINE

The Sound of Music Live! ITV Studios Entertainment/ITV

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MULTI-CAMERA

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This is England ‘90 Warp Films/Channel 4


BEN BROWN

The Murder Detectives Films of Record/Channel 4

EDITING: FACTUAL

DOMINIC LESTER

Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough Atlantic Productions/BBC One

JA MES CL ARKSON LYON Charlie Hebdo: Three Days that Shook Paris Films of Record/More4

SIMON MCM AHON

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EDITING: FICTION

ALEX M ACKIE

An Inspector Calls Drama Republic/BBC One

DANIEL GREENWAY

Humans Kudos/Channel 4

DAVID BL ACK MORE

Wolf Hall Playground Entertainment, Company Pictures/BBC Two

M AT THEW GRAY

This Is England ‘90 Warp Films/Channel 4

VICTORIA BOYDELL

London Spy Working Title TV, BBC/BBC Two

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My Son the Jihadi True Vision/Channel 4


ENTERTAINMENT

CRAFT TEAM

ANDREW NORGATE, AIDEN SPACK M AN, KEVIN DAY, KEVIN DUFF A League of their Own CPL Productions/Sky1

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JA MES CL ARKE, M ARK OWEN, JOHN FEATHERSTONE, IAN HUGHES

The Apprentice Boundless (part of FremantleMediaUK)/ BBC One

JASON GILKISON, M ARK KENYON, TONY REVELL, DAVE NEWTON

Strictly Come Dancing BBC Productions/BBC One

ZAC NICHOLSON, TOM AS BURTON, EDWARD K GIBBON, JACQUET TA LEVON

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ƒMILIE GAUTHIER, JOYCE DEAN

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Cuba Pictures/Feel Films/BBC One

ENZO M ASTRANTONIO, NICK DUDM AN, FERDINANDO MEROLL A Penny Dreadful Neal Street Productions, Desert Wolf Productions/Sky Atlantic

JENNY SHIRCORE

The Dresser Playground Television UK Limited, Sonia Friedman Productions, Altus Productions, Prescience/BBC Two

ROSEANN SA MUEL Wolf Hall Playground Entertainment, Company Pictures/BBC Two

MAKE UP & HAIR DESIGN SPONSORED BY

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The Sound of Music Live! ITV Studios Entertainment/ITV


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n the surface, high-end British drama Wolf Hall and the latest instalment of the Star Wars franchise appear to have little in common. Both, however, were cast by Nina Gold, who is being honoured with the Special Award at this evening’s ceremony in recognition of her outstanding contribution to casting. Gold, the first casting director to receive such an acknowledgement from BAFTA, has more than 100 television programmes and films to her name. Yet it is not so long ago that she scored her first official credit, with 1994’s Smashie and Nicey: The End of an Era, featuring the ageing DJs played by Paul Whitehouse and Harry Enfield. But she had her first taste of casting at university when asked to find 30 extras for an AC/DC promo video on the basis that “as a student I must know loads of people with leather jackets”, Gold recalls. ÒTHERE IS SO “That wasn’t casting but MUCH INTERESTING really it was exciting. WORK BEING I thought, ‘This filmmaking lark is DONE [IN BRITISH great and I want TELEVISION]. to be a part of it.’” From music WEÕRE ENJOYING videos, Gold ANOTHER branched out into television GOLDEN AGE.Ó ads. Then came the Smashie and Nicey television special. Films soon followed, including the BAFTA-nominated adaptation of the classic children’s novel, The Borrowers (1997), and Mike Leigh’s Gilbert and Sullivan biopic, Topsy-Turvy, the same year. “Mike trusted me to cast this huge film, which was amazing because I was learning as I went along,” recalls Gold, who had earlier worked with Leigh on commercials. “I was a massive fan of his work and so it was a dream come true, but it was also terrifying.” The actors Gold cast had to not only sing Gilbert and Sullivan operetta, but also embrace Leigh’s improvisational method of working. Topsy-Turvy was the start of a long and unbroken relationship with the filmmaker – Gold has cast all his subsequent films. “It gets better and better. Mike and I have been working together for 20 years and we have a great time,” she says. Films such as Vera Drake (2004) made Gold’s name internationally – Leigh’s work is “critically well received all over the world”, she says – and then casting the multiBAFTA-winning The King’s Speech (2010) cemented her


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The Crown (2016)

THE SPECIAL AWARD

NINA GOLD Behind every great onscreen acting performance lies an even better casting director. They are the unsung heroes, whose defining role in the making of films and television often goes unseen and unrecognised. Not so tonight, as BAFTA celebrates the stunning achievements of casting director Nina Gold with the Special Award. The long list of success stories attached to her name over 20-plus years reveals just how influential she has been not only for British television and film, but internationally too. WORDS BY MATTHEW BELL | PORTRAIT BY TERI PENGILLEY


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recalls. “Now, I can’t imagine what I was thinking – I find it completely compulsive and love casting it.” And, naturally, the series’ high attrition rate, with characters regularly and bloodily dispatched, offers her plenty of work. “I cast it with my colleague, Robert Sterne, and every year we say, ‘Surely this year there can’t be that many new roles’ – and then there always are,” says Gold. Netflix’s first UK production, The Crown, which follows the life of Elizabeth II from her wedding to the present day and is due to air later this year, is Gold’s current big project and features Claire Foy as the young Queen, Matt Smith as NINA GOLD TELEOGR APHY (SELECT) Prince Philip and John Lithgow as 2016 TABOO 2010  T HE SPECIAL Winston Churchill. “I was trying RELATIONSHIP 2016 THE CROWN to capture the essence and feel of 2009 SMALL ISLAND 2015 LONDON SPY the characters, rather than going for 2008 THE DEVILÕS WHORE 2015 THE DRESSER lookalikes. Sometimes it’s best to 2008  E INSTEIN AND 2015 WOLF HALL avoid going for the most obvious EDDINGTON 2015 VIRTUOSO actors,” she says. 2008 JOHN ADAMS 2014 THE 7.39 British television drama is 2006 LONGFORD 2013 THE ESCAPE ARTIST booming and keeping Gold busy; 2005-2007 ROME 2013 THE FALL recently she cast the critically 2005 THE VIRGIN QUEEN 2013 THE VATICAN revered dramas Wolf Hall and 2004  T HE LIFE AND DEATH 2012 RESTLESS London Spy. “There is so much OF PETER SELLERS 2012 SECRET STATE interesting work being done here,” 2002 TIPPING THE VELVET 2011 GAME OF THRONES says Gold. “We’re enjoying another 2000 ARABIAN NIGHTS -current golden age right now – British 1999 PSYCHOS 2011  T HE CRIMSON PETAL AND THE WHITE television is open to original 1994  S MASHIE AND NICEY: 2010 ANY HUMAN HEART THE END OF AN ERA writing and stories that really grow and go to interesting places.”

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reputation ( it also won Colin Firth, Geoffrey Rush and Helena Bonham Carter BAFTAs for their acting, among its haul of seven wins). Gold now effortlessly moves between television and film, working on the biggest titles across both art forms. Nevertheless, even on big blockbusters, there is room for fresh faces. Rookie British actors John Boyega and Daisy Ridley’s casting in The Force Awakens, and Eddie Redmayne are just a few of the names Gold has helped on their way. “I’m not claiming to have invented Eddie,” Gold notes, by way of example. “Actors do it on their own talent. I cast him in My Week with Marilyn and Les Misérables and I really believed in him big time to play Stephen Hawking in The Theory of Everything – he was totally brilliant.” Redmayne went on to win a BAFTA, Golden Globe and Oscar for his performance in the latter. International television sensation Game of Thrones, for which Gold won her second Emmy in 2015 (the first was for another HBO series, John Adams, in 2008), offers further opportunities to break new talent, including Emilia Clarke and Kit Harington. “Seeing people grow and develop as actors is great,” she says. Gold was wary when first approached to cast the fantasy drama, but the show has since gone on to earn her five Emmy nominations. “I can remember thinking, ‘This isn’t my cup of tea at all,’” she


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Poldark Mammoth Screen Limited/BBC One

ORIGINAL MUSIC

BEN FOSTER, NICK FOSTER

Thunderbirds Are Go ITV Studios and Pukeko Pictures/CITV

îL AFUR ARNALDS Broadchurch Kudos/ITV

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FACTUAL SPONSORED BY

ANDREW MUGGLETON

Handmade: Metal BBC/BBC Four

BEN STEELE

The Children Who Beat Ebola Blakeway Productions/Channel 4

CA MERA TEA M

The Hunt Silverback Films/BBC One

PETE HAYNS, M ARK PAYNE- GILL, LUKE BARNET T

Big Cats: An Amazing Animal Family Offspring Films/Sky1

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The Hunt Silverback Films/BBC One


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Wolf Hall Playground Entertainment, Company Pictures/BBC Two

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The Frankenstein Chronicles Rainmark Films/ITV Encore

JOHN CONROY

Fortitude Fifty Fathoms Productions and Tiger Aspect Productions/Sky Atlantic

L AURIE ROSE

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DAVID ROGER

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Cuba Pictures/Feel Films/BBC One

GEM M A JACKSON

Fortitude Fifty Fathoms Productions and Tiger Aspect Productions/Sky Atlantic

JANEY LEVICK

This Is England ‘90 Warp Films/Channel 4

MICHAEL RALPH

Dickensian Red Planet Pictures/BBC One

PRODUCTION

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London Spy Working Title TV, BBC/BBC Two


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SOUND: FACTUAL

ANDY JA MES, ANDY PAYNE, ANDY GROVES, JULIAN PASQUA

VE Day 70: The Nation Remembers BBC Events Production/BBC One

DANIEL JONES, GARETH M ALONE, CONRAD FLETCHER, M AT WOOD

The Naked Choir with Gareth Malone Twenty Twenty Television/BBC Two

JOHN ROGERSON, RICHARD ADDIS, RYAN TWYM AN, FREDDIE CL AIRE

Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough Atlantic Productions/BBC One

M AT T SKILTON, MIKE HATCH, TONY BURKE

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ADRIAN RHODES, SIMON FARMER, JA MIE RODEN, ANTONY BAYM AN The Enfield Haunting Eleven Film/Sky Living

KEVIN DUFF, ANDY DEACON, SALLY HESKETH, BEN MILTON

The Sound of Music Live! ITV Studios Entertainment/ITV

RUDI BUCKLE, PHIL BARNES, BL AIR JOLL ANDS, HOWARD BARGROFF

Fortitude Fifty Fathoms Productions and Tiger Aspect Productions/Sky Atlantic

SCOT T JONES, ROBERT BRA ZIER, JOSEPH STRACEY, IAN VOIGT

London Spy Working Title TV/BBC Two

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Wolf Hall Playground Entertainment, Company Pictures/BBC Two

STUART HILLIKER, JIM GODDARD, BILLY QUINN, TOM DEANE

Doctor Foster Drama Republic/BBC One

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La Traviata: Love, Death and Divas Reef Television/BBC Two


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SPECIAL, VISUAL & GRAPHIC EFFECTS

BLUEBOLT

The Last Kingdom Carnival Films/BBC Two

DNEG T V, CHRIS RODGERS

Fungus the Bogeyman The Imaginarium Studios/Sky1

MILK VFX

Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell Cuba Pictures/Feel Films/BBC One

MILK VFX, MILLENNIUM FX, REAL SFX, MOLINARE

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EDWARD TRACY

Murder in Successville Tiger Aspect Ltd Productions/ BBC Three

MOMOCO

Fortitude Fifty Fathoms Productions and Tiger Aspect Productions/Sky Atlantic

NIC BENNS, MIKI K ATO

Luther BBC Drama Production London/ BBC One

PAUL MCDONNELL, BEN HANBURY, HUGO MOSS The Last Kingdom Carnival Films/BBC Two

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Doctor Who BBC Wales/BBC One


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Peep Show Objective Productions/Channel 4

WRITER: COMEDY

JULIA DAVIS, BARUNKA OÕSHAUGHNESSY Hunderby Baby Cow Productions/Sky Atlantic

WRITING TEA M

Peter Kay’s Car Share Goodnight Vienna Productions/ BBC iPlayer

ROB DEL ANEY, SHARON HORGAN

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MIKE BARTLET T

Doctor Foster Drama Republic/BBC One

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NEIL CROSS

Luther BBC Drama Production London/ BBC One

PETER STRAUGHAN

Wolf Hall Playground Entertainment, Company Pictures/BBC Two

RUSSELL T DAVIES

Cucumber Red Production Company/ Channel 4

All nominations correct at time of press. More than four nominations appear in Editing: Fiction and Sound: Fiction due to tied votes in the Chapter voting process.

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Catastrophe Avalon Television/Birdbath Productions/ Merman Films/Channel 4


THE JURIES BREAKTHROUGH TALENT Ade Rawcliffe (chair) Ravi Armaratunga Andy Auerbach Jane Beacon Ninder Billing Marianne Buckland Manpreet Dosanjh Morwenna Gordon Emma Hindley Shaminder Nahal Faraz Osman Aysha Rafaele Jonathan Smith

DIGITAL CREATIVITY Elizabeth McIntyre (chair) May Abdalla Bridget Banton Tom Brisley Iain Dodgeon John Farrar Adam Gee Danny Horan Iyare Igiehon Miles Jarvis Chloe Moss Lindsay Salt

DIRECTOR: FICTION Krishnendu Majumdar (chair) Joe Ahearne James Dean Destiny Ekaragha Coky Giedroyc Annie Griffin Nadine Marsh-Edwards Charles McDougall Beryl Richards Lucy Robinson Dominic Savage Charles Sturridge Paul Wilmshurst DIRECTOR: MULTI- CA MERA Brian Woods (chair) Sebastian Cardwell David Coleman Abigail Dankwa Amy Flanagan Ben Hoffman Rhodri Huw Pati Marr Satmohan Panesar Diene Petterle Ian Russell Tim Wardle

Richard Watsham (chair) Katherine Allen Indra Bhose Simon Dinsell Amer Iqbal Derek McLean Nick Morris Daniel Nettleton M AKE UP & HAIR DESIGN Greg Barnett (chair) Christine Allsopp Ann Buchanan Lisa Cavalli-Green Christine Greenwood Dorka Nieradzik Laura Schiavo Christine Walmesley-Cotham Kate Walshe ORIGINAL MUSIC Laurence Marks (chair) David Arnold Brian Berg Maurice Gran Nainita Desai Nina Humphreys Hannah Kendall Vince Pope Kle Savidge Keith Strachan

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Hannah Wyatt (chair) Sarah Arthur Nigel Boyd Tracey Ewen Emma Fryer Ian Fulcher Richard Hudson Polly Kemp Charlotte Morris Caroline Pitcher Jo Strevens Lucinda Wright

Emma Morgan (chair) Vickie Ager Tom Barry Emma Cooper Matt Holden Abigail Priddle Matt Rudge Alex Sutherland Jonathan Taylor Jessie Versluys

ENTERTAINMENT CRAFT TEA M

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COSTUME DESIGN

DIRECTOR: FACTUAL


PHOTOGRAPHY: FACTUAL

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PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING: FICTION Otto Bathurst (chair) Bill Anderson Celia Duval Robin Horn Ben Irving Toby Leslie Ollie Madden Grant Montgomery Jane Petrie Jake Polonsky George Steel

WRITER: COMEDY

Helen Bullough (chair) Tony Coldwell Gina Cronk Anne Daniels Bruce Goodison Grant Montgomery Kelvin Richard Helen Scott Paul Spriggs Marcus Wilson

Dan Isaacs (chair) Tim Allsop Morwenna Banks Michaela Coel Charlie Covell Keli Lee Nick Mohammed Hannah Pescod Gary Reich Will Sharpe Jonny Sweet Sam Vincent

TITLES & GRAPHIC IDENTITY Sara Putt (chair) Asra Alikhan Allison Brownmoore Tom Debenham Sue Gibbs Grant Gilbert Andrew Gillman Nadia Iqbal Sonya Teich

WRITER: DRA M A Shirley Jones (chair) Sam Bain Madonna Baptiste David Chikwe Tara Cook Bryan Elsley Willow Grylls Ben Hall John Morton Sarah Phelps

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Harvey Elliott (chair) Marvyn Benoit Kate Blewett Andy Devonshire Lina Gopaul Roger Graef Jennifer Hampson Neil Harvey Robert Hollingworth Anna Miralis Steve Nolan Kate Reid James Rogan Fatima Salaria Jamie Theakston

PRODUCTION DESIGN


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Why have you sponsored this category? How can we inspire more young people to pursue a career in television craft? At Mad Dog Casting, our focus is on quality in all that we do, and this is proving attractive to young people coming to us to gain valuable experience in the craft of casting. We have traditionally supported intern and apprentice schemes, and we are rapidly building a network of those who have gained experience at Mad Dog Casting. We believe that we have a responsibility to help young people and bring new talent into the industry, and our ethos is to ensure that, like BAFTA, we give something back. Television can be a difficult industry to get into without a family tradition, whether you are in front of or behind the camera. Much has been written about the need for diversity to enrich the industry and we want to be part of helping the industry grow and thrive. Mad Dog Casting aims to help support those intending to pursue a career in television craft, with financial assistance for relevant educational courses. We are establishing the Mad Dog Foundation with the sole purpose of providing grants.

3 Mills Studios is proud to be supporting the BAFTA Television Craft Awards with sponsorship of the Director: Fiction category. It has been another outstanding year for British television and the drama sector. The nominated directors in this category have been responsible for creating some of the best-loved shows of this year, which have been enjoyed at homes all around the world. It is our privilege to support BAFTA in recognising and celebrating this excellence and rewarding the very best behind-the-scenes talent working in television today. 3 Mills Studios has an ongoing commitment to its involvement in the British television sector. We continue to facilitate great British high-end television drama productions, and we pride ourselves in helping industry professionals create something special for our screens. By partnering with BAFTA on these Awards, we are highlighting the work of those behind the camera and helping the charity fulfill its remit to support, promote and develop the art forms of the moving image. Visit: www.3mills.com

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This is our fifth year of sponsoring the Breakthrough Talent award and our enthusiasm for this category grows each year. As agents, our role is to nurture talent and help careers to develop. Hence this award is a perfect match for us. To witness the wealth of talent coming into our industry each year and to be part of BAFTA’s recognition of the best of that talent is a real honour. Meeting the nominees and winners of this category, both at the Awards ceremony and at the dinner we hold in their honour each autumn, over the last five years has been fantastic. It has also been a real joy to watch the careers of previous winners and nominees develop so successfully over the years. Indeed, at our 2015 dinner we were lucky enough to be joined by Kwadjo Dajan, who was the winner of the Breakthrough Talent award in 2012 ­– our very first year as sponsors. His presence, and watching his continuing progress through the industry, encapsulates how we feel about this Award. It truly is about the future of our industry. The biggest advancement in our business this year has been the expansion of our Trainee Scheme to now include a Foundation Scheme. The Foundation Scheme runs alongside the Trainee programme and offers individuals from diverse backgrounds and with no industry experience an opportunity to gain an understanding of different roles behind the camera.

Our aim will be to inspire people to pursue a career in television and provide practical assistance at critical times.

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Why have you sponsored this category?

Now going into its second year, and with support from the BFI, our Foundation clients have gained experience within the costume and art departments and we are now looking to expand into different departments.


THE LONDON STUDIOS CATEGORY SPONSOR FOR DIRECTOR: MULTI- CA MER A

just that: the hard work of teams of dedicated craftsmen and women, the ultimate result being innovative and acclaimed television. Visit: www.hotcam.tv

THE FARM GROUP CATEGORY SPONSOR FOR PHOTOGR APHY: FACTUAL

What does BAFTA mean to you?

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The London Studios is proud to sponsor the BAFTA Television Craft Award for Director: Multi-Camera. For more than four decades, our studio complex on the Southbank has been the facility of choice for many multi-camera directors across all genres. Generations of directors have created some of the most iconic shows on British television here, from groundbreaking entertainment to situation comedy, sport and current affairs. Challenging budgets, sweeping advances in technology and the constant demand for productions to push the creative boundaries mean the director’s role is arguably always going to be the toughest in the business. We strive to continue supporting multi-camera directors right across the industry in their quest to bring the programmemakers’ creative visions to life.  We were recently delighted to work with Directors UK to provide training to the new generation of directors, and tonight we celebrate those at the top of their game. Visit: www.londonstudios.co.uk

HOTCA M CATEGORY SPONSOR FOR ENTERTAINMENT CR AFT TEA M

Why have you sponsored this category? Having worked with many production teams over the years, the team at HotCam knows that true success in programmemaking relies on the collaboration of many creative and talented individuals. The Entertainment Craft Team award celebrates

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CATEGORY SPONSOR FOR M AKE UP & HAIR DESIGN

Why have you sponsored this category? The British Academy Television Craft Awards is a high-profile accolade honouring and acknowledging the vital contribution made by those working behind the camera.  This Awards ceremony raises awareness of the number of vital cogs involved in making a production come to fruition.  It is a privilege for M∙A∙C to be involved with the incredible work that these people do every day. The Make Up & Hair Design category reinforces M∙A∙C’s ongoing support to the industry and honours the creativity of the make up and hair designers who bring characters and plots to life. M∙A∙C is a professional brand whose DNA is steeped in the industry’s word of mouth culture. Make up artists using M∙A∙C products on set keep our brand story alive, and this is a way of giving back and acknowledging that support. Visit: www.maccosmetics.co.uk

When we think of BAFTA, we think of the aspiration to be the best, accepted and loved worldwide, while retaining all the quirks of the British character. As an organisation, it galvanises the best creative and entrepreneurial talent and encourages investment of time and resources in the young. That’s why The Farm is proud to be associated with BAFTA. Visit: www.thefarmgroup.tv

MICROSOFT CATEGORY SPONSOR FOR WRITER: DR A M A

Why have you sponsored this category? Microsoft is honoured to support and celebrate the unsung heroes behind the screen, within the Writer: Drama category. These talented content creators inspire us with their creativity and storytelling. Visit: www.microsoft.com

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

Host Stephen Mangan

Screens and Projection Guy Mapley and XL Video

CATEGORY SPONSORS

Script David Reed & Humphrey Ker

Post Production Partner The Farm Group

Director Toby Baker

Prompting Facilities Portaprompt

Editor Daniel Dalton

Technical Facilities HotCam

Vision Mixer Mark Foster

Brochure and Ticket Printing TaylorBloxham

3 Mills Studios The Farm Group HotCam M·A·C Cosmetics Mad Dog Casting The London Studios Microsoft Sara Putt Associates

Voiceover Brona C Titley

Photographers Richard Kendal Steve Butler Jamie Simonds

Production Design Alison Humphries Video Graphics FORMAT.LDN Lighting Designer Mark Ninnim Lighting Operator Martyn Rourke Floor Manager Mark Harrison Sound Plus4Audio

PR freuds BAFTA Online Content Host – Angela Scanlon Writer – Lisa Evans

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BRITISH ACADEMY TELEVISION CRAFT AWARDS SUNDAY 24 APRIL 2016, THE BREWERY, CHISWELL STREET, LONDON EC1

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Awards Event Producer Rachel Nichols Senior Production Coordinator Sophie Klein

Director of Awards Emma Baehr Head of Television and Games Kelly Smith Senior Awards Officer Siobhan Pridgeon

Head of Production Cassandra Hybel Awards Team Jim Bradshaw, Bradley Down, David Lortal, Imogen Faris, Serena Deakin BAFTA Productions Ryan Doherty, Daniel Dalton, Georgina Cunningham, Jamie Ryan, Clare Rankin Communications Team Nick Williams, Clare Isaacs, Oli Goldman, Emma Raczkowski, Jess Lenten, Abi Fiedler Director of Partnerships Louise Robertson Partnerships Team Natalie Moss, Amy Elton, Sam D’Elia, Roisin Devine Photography Director Janette Dalley

Follow @BAFTA on Twitter with #TVCraft

Graphic Designer Joe Lawrence Brochure Design Marc Marazzi Brochure Editor Toby Weidmann

Cover Illustration Levente SzabÓ www.briskgraphics.com

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Special Award images: The Crown, courtesy of Netflix; Game of Thrones, courtesy of Home Box Office/Sky Atlantic

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