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The Devils Whore is nominated for 3 BAFTA TV Craft Awards

Congratulations to The Devil’s Whore, nominated for 3 BAFTA TV Craft Awards (Costume & Production Designs, Photography & Lighting Fiction)!

guardian.co.uk
Leigh Holmwood
6 April 2009

 

BBC1’s Little Dorrit and Wallander lead Bafta craft award nominations

BBC1’s dramas Little Dorrit and Wallander have each been nominated five times in Bafta’s awards for TV production craft

 

The BBC1 dramas Little Dorrit and Wallander have scored the most nominations in the Bafta craft awards, with five apiece. The two shows lead the field for the 10th annual awards, which celebrate the production of television and new media programmes.

Little Dorrit was nominated for best original television music, production design, sound for a fiction or entertainment programme, costume design and makeup and hair, while Wallander, based on Henning Mankell’s detective novels, was nominated for best titles, best photography and lighting in a fiction and entertainment show as well as best original television music, production design and sound for a fiction or entertainment programme.

BBC4’s Margaret Thatcher drama The Long Walk to Finchley picked up four nominations, including best director of fiction, editing of fiction/entertainment and makeup and hair.

The BBC2 drama House of Saddam also picked up four nods, for best costume design, director of fiction, photography and lighting in fiction/entertainment and best makeup and hair.

Peter Moffat’s five-part drama Criminal Justice scored a hat-trick of nominations, as did Doctor Who, the fly-on-the-wall documentary The Family and Peter Flannery’s four-part civil war drama The Devil’s Whore.

The Guardian columnist Charlie Brooker is nominated for best breakthrough talent for the zombie drama Dead Set – his second Bafta nomination this year, following one for best drama serial in the TV awards.

The Wallace and Gromit producer Aardman will receive the special award. The ceremony which takes place in London on 17 May.

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