28th March 2019
Productions and broadcasters that support the ScreenSkills High-end TV and TV Skills Funds dominate the BAFTA Television and Television Craft Awards.
We are delighted that so many of the productions that contributed to our skills funds - which invest in training for the industry – are in the running for honours at the 2019 edition of both award ceremonies which will be held in London on 28 April (craft) and 12 May respectively.
The ScreenSkills High-end TV Skills Fund will this year sponsor the photography and lighting: fiction award in order to highlight the work of industry contributions to the skills funds. Killing Eve will go head-to-head with Little Drummer Girl, Patrick Melrose and Collateral for this craft award.
Killing Eve, which received 15 nominations in total, is in addition to this joined by fellow high-end TV skills fund-contributors Bodyguard and Informer in contention for best drama series and is also shortlisted in the must-see moment category. With 12 nominations A Very English Scandal is also well-recognised. It will compete against Kiri, Mrs Wilson and Patrick Melrose for the best mini-series award.
Television Skills Fund-contributors BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5 will also be well-represented at both ceremonies with nominations for productions including Strictly Come Dancing and The Great British Bake Off.
We want to congratulate all nominated productions and broadcasters, and thank all for their contributions to our skills funds:
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