Bafta Craft Awards 2014 winners list: Doctor Who, Downton Abbey and Strictly win big
Stephen Mangan hosted the event celebrating behind-the-scenes TV talent
Sequins and sparkles are a recipe for success it seems, after Strictly Come Dancing won the Special Award at last night’s Bafta Craft Awards.
The annual ceremony, held in celebration of the best behind-the-scenes talent in British TV, awarded the BBC’s hit dance competition with its top accolade, with two Baftas going to Peaky Blinders.
The historical gangster drama’s Otto Bathurst left with the Director: Fiction prize, while George Steel was awarded Photography and Lighting: Fiction.
Other popular programmes to leave with awards included ITV crime drama Broadchurch for Original Music and Channel 4 documentary Educating Yorkshire for Editing: Factual.
Julian Fellowes’ Downton Abbey won for Costume Design while Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor took home the trophy for Special, Visual and Graphic Effects.
British actor Stephen Mangan hosted the event at London’s The Brewery, with Emilia Fox, Arthur Darvill and Patsy Palmer among the stars to attend.
Winners list in full
Special Award - Strictly Come Dancing
Breakthrough Talent - Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan, Marlon Smith for Run
Costume Design - Caroline McCall, Downton Abbey
Digital Creativity - D-Day: As It Happens
Director: Factual - Nick Holt, The Murder Trial
Director: Fiction - Otto Bathurst, Peaky Blinders
Director: Multi-Camera - Phil Heyes, The X Factor
Editing: Factual - Mark Towns, Educating Yorkshire
Editing: Fiction - Steve Singleton, The Fall
Entertainment Craft Team - Patrick Doherty, Kevin Duff, Kim Gavin, Andrew Mulligan for Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
Make-up and Hair Design - Vickie Lang, An Adventure in Space and Time
Original Music - Olafur Arnals, Broadchurch
Photography: Factual - Marcus Robinson, Rebuilding the World Trade Center
Photography and Lighting: Fiction - George Steel, Peaky Blinders
Production Design - Mark Geraghty, Ripper Street
Sound: Factual - Rowan Jennings, Karl Mainzer, Adam Scourfield, David Bowie for Five Years
Sound: Fiction - Adrian Bell, Lee Crichlow, Robert Farr, Ian Wilkinson for Dancing on the Edge
Special, Visual and Graphic Effects - Milk VFX, Real SFX, the model unit for Doctor Who: The Day of the Doctor
Writer: Drama - Dominic Mitchell, In The Flesh
Writer: Comedy - Graham Linehan, The IT Crowd
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