The finalists for this years' Rose d’Or Awards were announced today, and we're delighted to have a wealth of UA clients nominated!
Famalam - Starring Danielle Vitalis, who also wrote on the series, alongside Laura Major and Stewart Williams.
Comedy Drama and Sitcom
Sex Education - Starring Mimi Keene, Lino Facioli, Chris Jenks, Jim Howick, George Robinson, Catriona Knox and Samuel Jordan, with Production Design by Sam Harley, Costume Design by Rosa Dias and with episodes 1, 2 and 7 Edited by Steve Ackroyd, and Intimacy Co-ordinator, David Thackeray.
Two Weeks to Live - starring Sian Clifford, Produced by Charlotte Surtees, Production Design by Sam Harley and Hair and Make-up design by Lucy Cain
This Way Up - with Sharon Horgan, Nikhil Parmar, Danielle Vitalis and with production design by Tim Dickel.
Unorthodox - Created, Written and Produced by Anna Winger and starring Jeff Wilbusch.
Babylon Berlin - Co-created, written and directed by Henk Handloegten and starring Misel Maticevic.
Normal People - Adapted for the screen by Rooney Mark O’Rowe and our very own Alice Birch. The series stars Sarah Greene, Conor Mullen, and cast by Louise Kiely.
Das Boot - With Production Design by Nick Palmer.
The Capture - with Daisy Waterstone, Ian Pirie, Ginny Holder, Peter Singh, Dustin Demri-Burns, Esther Hall, and with hair and make-up design from Angie Mudge.
Baghdad Central - Starring Stefano Braschi with Production Design by Helen Scott and with episodes 4-6 edited by Sam White.
Soap or Telenovela
Casualty - Starring George Rainsford and Uriel Emil, with writing from Dana Fainaru and Colin Bytheway.
The Unwanted: Secret Windrush Files - Hosted by David Olusoga.
There’s Something About Movies - Featuring Jennifer Saunders
Children and Youth
Malory Towers - Starring Ashley McGuire.
Peter 2.0: The Making of a Cyborg - with Peter Scott-Morgan
Agendum - Featuring Tony Way