Wins for skills fund contributors at the BAFTA Television and Craft Awards

Image: Help (c) Channel 4, The Forge, One Shoe Films

There were wins for a range of productions that contributed to ScreenSkills skills funds at this year’s BAFTA Television and Craft Awards.

Held across two ceremonies, the awards celebrated the best of British television of the past year and saw High-end TV Skills Fund contributors Time and Help win two awards each. There were also awards for fellow contributors Motherland, The Earthshot Prize and Stath Lets Flats.

At the BAFTA Television Craft Awards held last month, Landscapers and We Are Lady Parts, both contributors to the High-end TV Skills Fund, received three BAFTAs each with It’s a Sin and The Witcher each winning two.

The High-end TV Skills Fund again highlighted the vital work of crew in tech and craft production roles by sponsoring the photography and lighting: fiction award won by Erik Wilson for his work on Landscapers.

There was success, too, for partners of the Unscripted TV Skills Fund with BBC, Channel 4, Sky and Netflix all collecting awards at the ceremonies.

Congratulations to all winning productions and nominees, especially those who contributed to one the ScreenSkills skills funds.

You can read more about the awards here.

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