BAFTA TV Awards for Skills Fund supporters

The End of the F***ing World © Clerkenwell Films

Congratulations and a big thank you to all ScreenSkills supporters who were successful at the 2020 BAFTA TV Awards.

After scooping seven BAFTAs at the craft awards held earlier in the month, Chernobyl received two more awards during the online ceremony on 31 July, including for best miniseries. The End of the F***ing World won against competition from The Crown, Gentleman Jack and Giri/Haji in the best drama series category. All the productions contributed to the High-end TV Skills Fund.

We want to congratulate all nominated productions and thank all for their contributions to the HETV Skills Fund, which invests in training for the industry:

  • Chernobyl: miniseries
  • Chernobyl: leading actor (Jared Harris)
  • The End of the F***ing World: drama series
  • The End of the F***ing World: supporting actress (Naomi Ackie)
  • Fleabag: female performance in a comedy programme (Sian Clifford)
  • Elizabeth is Missing: leading actress (Glenda Jackson)
  • Giri/Haji: supporting actor (Will Sharpe)

The BBC and Channel 4, who both contribute to the TV Skills Fund, also received recognition for programmes including Leaving Neverland (factual series; Channel 4), Strictly Come Dancing (entertainment; BBC) and Stath Let Flats (scripted comedy, male performance in a comedy programme; Channel 4).


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