10th December 2020
The 2020 Rose d’Or Awards have been awarded in a virtual ceremony. The High-end TV Skills Fund again sponsored the drama category of the awards, which celebrate productions from all over the world.
While the drama award was presented to the German production Babylon Berlin, a number of ScreenSkills supporters were recognised in other categories.
The High-end TV Skills Fund contributor Sex Education won both the comedy drama/sitcom and performance of the year award. Sir David Attenborough - known for many series including Skills Fund-contributing Seven Worlds, One Planet - was recognised with the lifetime achievement award which honours a television personality for their exceptional contribution to the entertainment industry.
TV Skills Fund contributors Channel 4 and BBC were also acknowledged, with the former receiving the reality and factual entertainment award for The School That Tried to End Racism and the latter the golden rose and documentary awards for Once Upon a Time in Iraq.
We want to congratulate and thank them all for their contributions to our Skills Funds which support training in the industry.
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