Strong representation of Skills Fund contributors at Golden Globe Awards

Eight productions that paid in to ScreenSkills’ High-end TV or Films Skills Fund are in the running for honours at the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards. 

Stan and Ollie © Aimee Spinks, Fable Pictures

Eight productions that paid in to ScreenSkills’ High-end TV or Films Skills Fund are in the running for honours at the 76th annual Golden Globe Awards. 

Four of the films in contention contributed to the Film Skills Fund. Of these The Favourite leads with nominations in five categories. It will compete with Mary Poppins Returns (four nominations) for the best musical or comedy award.

Four productions that contributed to the High-end TV Skills Fund have also been nominated. A Very English Scandal will compete in three categories while Bodyguard and Killing Eve will go head to head for the best TV series award.

The winners will be announced at a ceremony in Los Angeles on 6 January 2019.

Congratulations and a big thank you to all eight productions that contributed to the Skills Funds – commonly known as the levies - which support training in the industry:

  • The Favourite (best motion picture: musical or comedy, best actress: musical or comedy, best supporting actress: musical or comedy (twice), best screenplay)
  • Mary Poppins Returns(best motion picture: musical or comedy, best actress: musical or comedy, best actor: musical or comedy, best score)
  • Stan and Ollie(best actor: musical or comedy)
  • Isle of Dogs(best, animated motion picture, best score)
  • Bodyguard (best TV series drama, best actor TV series)
  • Killing Eve (best TV series drama)
  • A Very English Scandal (best limited TV series, best actor limited series, best supporting actor limited series)
  • Patrick Melrose(best actor limited series)

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