BAFTA TV Nominees 2019

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The nominations for this year’s Bafta Television Awards have been announced, and we are delighted to have a plethora of UA clients nominated! 

 

MALE PERFORMANCE IN A COMEDY PROGRAMME

Jamie Demetriou for Stath Lets Flats on Channel 4

 

DRAMA SERIES

Bodyguard – starring Gina McKeeRichard RiddellStuart Bowman​ and David Carlyleepisodes 1-3 directed by Thomas Vincent, cinematography by John Lee, the final 3 episodes edited by Andrew John McClelland and Second Unit Director Jennie Darnell. 

Informer - starring Roger Jean Nsengiyumva, Paul Tylak, Idris Debrand, with Director of Photography Tony Slater Ling BSC and Edited by Gareth C Scales.

Killing Eve -  starring Anatole TaubmanLobo Chan, directed by Harry Bradbeer, with episodes 1 & 2 edited by Gary Dollner, episode 3 written by Vicky Jones and casting by Crowley Poole Casting

Save Me - with Alan McKennaAdrian Edmondson, Indeyarna Donaldson-Holness with Costume Design by Sam Perry & Hair and Make-up Design by Kate Benton, Production Design by Melanie Allen and with casting by Jill Trevellick

 

SCRIPTED COMEDY

Derry Girls - Written and created by Lisa McGee, directed by Michael LennoxCo-edited by Joe Randall-Cutler and stars Claire Rafferty and Michael Shea

Mum - Written, created, exec produced and directed by Stefan Golaszewski.

Sally4Ever - with script editor Barunka O’Shaughnessy​

Stath Lets Flats - Co-written by and starring Jamie Demetriou, with Natasia Demetriou, Dustin Demri-Burns, Ellie White, Liam Williams and Mark Davison.

 

MINI-SERIES

A Very English Scandal -  based on John Preston’s Novel, with Jason Watkins, Production Design by Helen Scott, Director of Photography by Danny Cohen, Costume Design by Suzanne Cave, Hair and Make-up by Daniel Phillips and Choreography by Francesca Jaynes

Kiri - Edited by Jamie Pearson.

Mrs Wilson - Starring Anupam Kher and Sophie Harkness.

​Patrick Melrose - with Celia ImrieNancy CraneGeorgia MaguireElizabeth Berrington and with Director of Photography by James Friend BSC.

 

SINGLE DRAMA

Killed by my Debt - with Craig Parkinson.

Bandersnatch (Black Mirror) - with Craig Parkinson, Ellie Piercy and with Production design by Catrin Meredydd

Care - starring Kevin Doyle

Through the Gates (On the Edge) - with Craig Parkinson.

 

SHORT FORM PROGRAMME

Bovril Pam - written by Vicky Jonesedited by Hazel Baillie and with production design by Alison Butler

The Mind of Herbert Clunkerdunk - written by and starring Spencer Jones, with Lucy Pearman.

​Wonderdate - edited by Jo Walker

 

COMEDY ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME

A League Of Their Own - Presented by James Corden

Would I Lie To You? - Presented by Rob Brydon and with writing from Steve Burge.

The Big Narstie Show - Featuring Katherine Ryan and Jamie Demetriou.

SOAP & CONTINUING DRAMA

Casualty - with George Rainsford and Chelsea Halfpenny, with writing by Dana Fain and with episodes directed by Oliver Frampton and Thomas Hescott.

Coronation Street -  with Jane DansonAntony CottonLucy FallonJulia Goulding and Ben PriceThe drama also features writing by John KerrElla Carmen Greenhill and David Isaac.

EastEnders - with Ashley McGuire, and writing from Lauren Klee and Mark Stevenson, with directors Thomas HescottToby Frowand Jennie Darnell.

Hollyoaks - with Moya Brady, writing from Amrou Al-Kadhi and director George Siougas.

 

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME

Strictly Come Dancing - with professional dancers Neil Jones and Katya Jones

 

BAFTA TV CRAFT NOMINATIONS

 

COSTUME DESIGN

Suzanne Cave for A Very English Scandal

 

DIRECTOR: FICTION

Harry Bradbeer for Killing Eve (Episode 1)

Thomas Vincent for Bodyguard (Episode 1) 

 

EDITING: FICTION

Gary Dollner ACE for Killing Eve (Episode 1) 

 

MAKE UP & HAIR DESIGN 

Daniel Phillips for A Very English Scandal

Nicole Stafford for The Little Drummer Girl

Vickie Lang for Vanity Fair

 

PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING: FICTION 

James Friend BSC for Patrick Melrose

 

PRODUCTION DESIGN 

Helen Scott for A Very English Scandal

 

WRITER: COMEDY

Stefan Golaszewski for Mum.

Cunk on Britain writing team, with our Joel Morris and Jason Hazeley.

SPECIAL, VISUAL & GRAPHIC EFFECTS

Troy: Fall of a City​ edited by Andrew McClelland.

A huge congratulations to all nominees! The winners will be announced at this year's ceremony on May 12th. 

 

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