Bafta craft awards – the nominations

by | Mar 27, 2008 | All

Breakthrough talent

China’s Stolen Children: A Dispatches Special – Jezza Neumann (director) (Channel 4/True Vision)

Boy A – Mark O’Rowe (writer) (Channel 4/Cuba Pictures)

A Very British Sex Scandal – Patrick Reams (producer/director/writer) (Channel 4/Blast! Films)

Skins – Writing team (E4/Company Pictures)

Costume design

Cranford – Jenny Beavan (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/WGBH Boston in association with Chestermead Ltd)

Oliver Twist – Amy Roberts (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/WGBH Boston)

Fanny Hill – Lucinda Wright (BBC4/Sally Head Productions)

Miss Marie Lloyd, Queen of the Music Hall – Lucinda Wright (BBC4/BBC Drama Production/Hat Trick Productions)

Director (factual)

The Seven Sins Of England – Joseph Bullman (Channel 4/A Halcyon Productions)

Earth: The Power Of the Planet (Atmosphere) – Annabel Gillings (BBC2/BBC for BBC/National Geographic Channel – US/ZDF)

China’s Stolen Children: A Dispatches Special – Jezza Neumann (Channel 4/True Vision)

Grand Designs – Livia Russell (Channel 4/Talkback Thames)

Director (fiction/entertainment)

Five Days – Otto Bathurst (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/HBO)

Boy A – John Crowley (Channel 4/Cuba Pictures)

The Mark of Cain – Marc Munden (Channel 4/Red Production Company)

Persuasion – Adrian Shergold (ITV1/Clerkenwell Films)

Editing (factual)

Parallel Worlds, Parallel Lives – Folko Boermans (BBC4/BBC Scotland)

The Apprentice – Tris Harris (BBC1/Talkback Thames)

The Seven Sins of England – Ollie Huddlestone, Michael Harrowes (Channel 4/A Halcyon Productions)

China’s Stolen Children: A Dispatches Special – Jezza Neumann, Brian Woods, Reg Clarke (Channel 4/True Vision)

Editing (fiction/entertainment)

Five Days – Sarah Brewerton (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/HBO)

The Mighty Boosh – Mark Everson (BBC3/Baby Cow)

Cranford – Frances Parker (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/WGBH Boston in association with Chestermead Ltd)

Boy A – Lucia Zucchetti (Channel 4/Cuba Pictures)

Interactive creative contribution

BBC Archive – Grant Bremner, Julie Rowbotham, Kate Wheeler (BBC)

Doctor Who Comic Maker – Tom Collins (BBC1/BBC Wales)

Skins – Chloe Moss, Holly Hughes, Max Gogarty (E4/Company Pictures

Big Art Mob – Alfie Dennen, Adam Gee, Clifford Singer (Moblog:tech/Carbon-Princess/Channel 4)

Interactive innovation (content)

Kate Modern – Miles Beckett, Luke Hyams, Gavin Rowe (Bebo/LG15 Productions)

Spooks Interactive – Nathan Mayfield, Thom Saunders, Anthony Mullins (BBC/Kudos Film and Television/Hoodlum Active)

Emmerdale Online Channel – Anthony Mullins, Nathan Mayfield, Thom Saunders (ITV1/Hoodlum Active)

Skins – Peter Spiers, Lindsay Nuttall (E4/Company Pictures)

Interactive innovation (service/platform)

Big Art Mob – Alfie Dennen, Adam Gee, Clifford Singer (Moblog:tech/Carbon-Princess/Channel 4)

BBCiPlayer – Ashley Highfield, Anthony Rose, Ian Hunter (BBC)

Bebo Open Media Platform – Joanna Shields (Bebo)

Kate Modern – Joanna Shields (Bebo/LG15 Productions)

Makeup and hair design

Cranford – Alison Elliott (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/WGBH Boston in association with Chestermead Ltd)

My Boy Jack – Morna Ferguson, Lorraine Glynn (ITV1/Ecosse Films)

Oliver Twist – Anne ‘Nosh’ Oldham (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/WGBH Boston)

Rome – Maurizio Silvi (BBC2/BBC/HBO)

Original television music

Boy A – Paddy Cunneen (Channel 4/Cuba Pictures)

Cranford – Carl Davis (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/WGBH Boston in association with Chestermead Ltd)

Doctor Who – Murray Gold (BBC1/BBC Wales)

Capturing Mary – Adrian Johnston (BBC2/A Talkback Thames Production for BBC Films and HBO)

Photography (factual)

Tribe – Wayne Derrick (Nenets)(BBC2/BBC Wales/Discovery Channel)

The Natural World: Wye – Voices From the Valley – Charlie Hamilton-James, James McPherson (BBC1/BBC Natural History Unit/Halcyon Media Ltd)

Jezza Neumann – China’s Stolen Children: A Dispatches Special (Channel 4/True Vision)

Mark Wolf – The Seven Sins Of England (Channel 4/A Halcyon Productions)

Photography and lighting (fiction/entertainment)

Damian Bromley – Spooks (BBC1/Kudos Film and Television)

Danny Cohen – Joe’s Palace (BBC1/A TalkbackThames production for BBC Films and HBO)

Skins – Nick Dance (E4/Company Pictures)

Boy A – Rob Hardy (Channel 4/Cuba Pictures)

Production design

My Boy Jack – Dave Arrowsmith (ITV1/Ecosse Films)

Britz – Pat Campbell (Channel 4/Daybreak Pictures)

Life On Mars – Matthew Gant (BBC1/Kudos Film and Television Ltd)

Cranford – Donal Woods (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/WGBH Boston in association with Chestermead Ltd)

Sound (factual)

Michael Palin’s New Europe – George Foulgham, John Pritchard (BBC1/Prominent Television)

Trawlermen: Pick Of The Catch – George Foulgham, Lisa McMahon (BBC1/BBC Birmingham)

Seven Ages of Rock – Sound team (BBC2/BBC Factual)

War Oratorio – Paul Paragon, Mike Hatch, Ben Baird (More 4/Oxford Film & Television)

Sound (fiction/entertainment)

Cranford – Paul Hamblin, Graham Headicar, Andre Schmidt, Peter Brill (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/WGBH Boston in association with Chestermead Ltd)

Doctor Who – Sound team (BBC1/BBC Wales)

Life On Mars – Sound team (BBC1/Kudos Film and Television Ltd)

Spooks – Sound team (BBC1/Kudos Film and Television)

Titles

Primeval – Impossible Pictures (ITV1/Impossible Pictures)

Skins – Tal Rosner (E4/Company Pictures)

Rugby union – Adam Wells, Chris Wilcock, Mark Hyde (Sky Creative/Sky Sports)

Life On Mars – Why Not Associates (BBC1/Kudos Film and Television Ltd)

Visual effects

Primeval – Matt Fox, Christian Manz, Tim Haines (ITV1/Impossible Pictures)

Rome – Barrie Hemsley (BBC2/BBC/HBO)

Fight For Life – Jellyfish Pictures (BBC1/BBC)

Doctor Who – The Mill (Voyage Of the Damned) (BBC1/BBC Wales)

Writer

The Mark of Cain – Tony Marchant (Channel 4/Red Production Company)

The Street – Jimmy McGovern (BBC1/Granada Productions)

Doctor Who (Blink) – Steven Moffatt (BBC1/BBC Wales)

Cranford – Heidi Thomas (BBC1/BBC Drama Productions/WGBH Boston in association with Chestermead Ltd)

Luke Knowles

Luke Knowles

27/03/2008

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