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Screen Two Poster

(1985–2002)

Awards

BAFTA Awards 1995

Won
BAFTA Film Award
Best Short Film
Tatiana Kennedy
Paul Tickell
For episode "Zinky Boys Go Underground (#10.9)".
Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
John Chapman
Richard Spence
Nigel Williams
For episode "Skallagrigg (#10.2)".
Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Original Television Music
Stephen Warbeck
For episode "Skallagrigg (#10.2)".

BAFTA Awards 1994

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
Norma Heyman
Waris Hussein
Martin Sherman
For episode "The Clothes in the Wardrobe (#9.1)".

BAFTA Awards 1993

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Design
Oliver Bayldon
For episode "Memento Mori (#8.14)".
Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
Ruth Baumgarten
Gillies MacKinnon
Frank Deasy
For episode "The Grass Arena (#8.1)".
Best Single Drama
Louis Marks
Jack Clayton
Alan Kelley
Jeanie Sims
For episode "Memento Mori (#8.14)".
Best Actress
Maggie Smith
For episode "Memento Mori (#8.14)".
Best Film/Video Photography (Fiction)
Remi Adefarasin
For episode "Memento Mori (#8.14)".
Best Film/Video Editor (Fiction)
Mark Day
For episode "Memento Mori (#8.14)".
Best Sound (Fiction)
John Pritchard
Julie Buckland
Bronwen Jenkins
Aad Wirtz
For episode "Memento Mori (#8.14)".

BAFTA Awards 1992

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
Alan Bennett
Innes Lloyd
Udayan Prasad
For episode "102 Boulevard Haussmann (#7.6)".

BAFTA Awards 1991

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
Simon Gray
Kenith Trodd
Christopher Morahan
For episode "Old Flames (#6.1)".

BAFTA Awards 1989

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
William Nicholson
Ruth Caleb
Angela Pope
For episode "Sweet as You Are (#4.3)".

BAFTA Awards 1988

Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
Christopher Morahan
Kenith Trodd
For episode "After Pilkington (#3.4)".
Best Single Drama
John Glenister
Martin Thompson
For episode "Blunt (#3.2)".
Best Single Drama
Tristram Powell
Innes Lloyd
For episode "East of Ipswich (#3.5)".
Best Actress
Miranda Richardson
For episode "After Pilkington (#3.4)".

BAFTA Awards 1987

Won
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
Sue Birtwistle
Giles Foster
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".
Best Actress
Anna Massey
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".
Best Film Cameraman
Nat Crosby
For episode "The Insurance Man (#2.7)".
Best Film Editor
Dick Allen
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".
Best Design
Geoff Powell
For episode "The Insurance Man (#2.7)".
Best Film Sound
Mark Day
John Pritchard
Ken Hains
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) (TV series)
Nominated
BAFTA TV Award
Best Single Drama
Innes Lloyd
Richard Eyre
For episode "The Insurance Man (#2.7)".
Best Actor
Denholm Elliott
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".
Best Actress
Patricia Hodge
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".
Best Film Cameraman
Kenneth MacMillan
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".
Best Costume Design
Rita Reekie
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".
Best Film Editor
Ken Pearce
For episode "The Insurance Man (#2.7)".
Best Design
Barbara Gosnold
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".
Best Original Television Music
Carl Davis
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".
Best Original Television Music
Ilona Sekacz
For episode "The Insurance Man (#2.7)".

BAFTA Awards, Wales 1994

Won
BAFTA Cymru Award
Best Cinematography - Film
Ashley Rowe
For episode "The Cormorant (#9.6)".
Best Sound (Y Sain Gorau)
Richard Dyer
Paul Jefferies
Tim Ricketts
For episode "The Cormorant (#9.6)".

BAFTA Awards, Wales 1992

Won
BAFTA Cymru Award
Best Actor (Yr Actor Gorau)
Patrick Bergin
For episode "Morphine and Dolly Mixtures (#7.9)".
Best Costume (Y Gwisgoedd Gorau)
Mécheal Taylor
For episode "Morphine and Dolly Mixtures (#7.9)".
Best Director (Y Cyfarwyddwr Gorau)
Karl Francis
For episode "Morphine and Dolly Mixtures (#7.9)".
Best Make-Up (Y Coluro Gorau)
Janet Church
For episode "Morphine and Dolly Mixtures (#7.9)".

Banff Television Festival 1988

Won
Banff Rockie Award
Best Feature Film
Chris Bernard (director)
David Kane (writer)
For episode "Shadow on the Earth (#4.11)".
Best Drama
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) (BBC Screenplay/Screen Two)
For episode "Shadow on the Earth (#4.11)".

Biarritz International Festival of Audiovisual Programming 1992

Won
Prix SACD
Guy Hibbert
For episode "Aimée (#7.13)".

CableACE Awards 1995

Won
CableACE
Writing a Movie or Miniseries
Stanley Price
A&E Television Networks
For episode "Genghis Cohn"
Nominated
CableACE
Supporting Actress in a Movie or Miniseries
Diana Rigg
A&E Television Networks
For episode "Genghis Cohn"

CableACE Awards 1989

Nominated
ACE
Directing a Movie or Miniseries
Christopher Morahan
A&E Network
For episode "After Pilkington"

CableACE Awards 1988

Won
ACE
Movie or Miniseries
Sue Birtwistle (producer)
A&E Network
For episode "Hotel Du Lac"
Actress in a Movie or Miniseries
Googie Withers
A&E Network
For epuside "Time After Time"
Actor in a Movie or Miniseries
John Gielgud
For episode "Time After Time"
Supporting Actor in a Movie or Miniseries
Denholm Elliott
A&E Network
For episode "Hotel Du Lac"
Direction of Photography and/or Lighting Direction for a Dramatic or Theatrical Special/Movie or Miniseries
Nat Crosby
A&E Network
For episode "The Insurance Man"
Nominated
ACE
Art Direction for a Theatrical or Dramatic Special/Movie/Miniseries
Geoff Powell
A&E Network
For episode "The Insurance Man"
Directing a Theatrical or Dramatic Special
Richard Eyre
A&E Network
For episode "The Insurance Man"
Actress in a Movie or Miniseries
Anna Massey
A&E Network
For episode "Hotel Du Lac"
Actor in a Theatrical or Dramatic Special
Anthony Hopkins
A&E Television Networks
For episode "Blunt"
Supporting Actress in a Movie or Miniseries
Patricia Hodge
A&E Network
For episode "Hotel Du Lac"
Writing a Dramatic Special
Alan Bennett
A&E Network
For episode "The Insurance Man"

Chicago International Film Festival 1995

Won
Certificate of Merit
Best Film
Corin Campbell-Hill
Hilary Salmon
For episode "Criminal (#10.17)".

Dinard British Film Festival 1991

Won
Golden Hitchcock
Gillies MacKinnon
For episode "The Grass Arena (#8.1)".

Evening Standard British Film Awards 1991

Won
Evening Standard British Film Award
Best Screenplay
Michael Eaton
For episode "Fellow Traveller (#7.5)".

Gemini Awards 1987

Nominated
Gemini
Best TV Movie
W. Paterson Ferns
For episode "Going Home (#3.11)".
Best Performance by a Lead Actor in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
R.H. Thomson
For episode "Heaven on Earth (#3.9)".
Best Performance by a Supporting Actor
Albert Schultz
For episode "Going Home (#3.11)".
Best Direction in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
Terence Ryan
For episode "Going Home (#3.11)".
Best Direction in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
Allan Kroeker
For episode "Heaven on Earth (#3.9)".
Best Writing in a Dramatic Program or Mini-Series
Margaret Atwood
Peter Pearson
For episode "Heaven on Earth (#3.9)".

Golden Chest International Television Festival 1995

Won
Golden Chest
Best Actor
Paul Popplewell
For episode "Criminal (#10.17)".

Locarno International Film Festival 1985

Won
Golden Leopard's Eye
Alan Clarke
For episode "Contact (#1.1)".

Mystfest 1986

Nominated
Best Film
Colin Bucksey
For episode "The McGuffin (#2.1)".

Prix Europa 1990

Won
Prix Europa
TV Fiction
For episode "The Firm (#5.8)".

Prix Italia 1987

Won
Prix Italia
Fiction
For episode "After Pilkington (#3.4)".

Royal Television Society, UK 1995

Won
RTS Television Award
Single Drama
For episode "Criminal (#10.17)".
Nominated
RTS Television Award
Best Actor - Male
Paul Popplewell
For episode "Criminal (#10.17)".

Royal Television Society, UK 1992

Nominated
RTS Television Award
Best Make Up Design - Drama
Lisa Westcott
For episode "Memento Mori (#8.14)".

Royal Television Society, UK 1991

Nominated
RTS Television Award
Best Single Drama
For episode "Aimée (#7.13)".

Royal Television Society, UK 1990

Won
RTS Television Award
Best Actor - Male
Alfred Molina
For Screen One
For episode "The Accountant (#1.3)".

Royal Television Society, UK 1988

Won
RTS Television Award
Best Performance - Female
Miranda Richardson
For episode "Sweet as You Are (#4.3)".

Royal Television Society, UK 1986

Won
RTS Television Award
Best Performance - Female
Anna Massey
For Sacred Hearts
For episode "Hotel du Lac (#2.8)".

San Francisco International Film Festival 1991

Won
Golden Gate Award
Udayan Prasad
For episode "102 Boulevard Haussmann (#7.6)".

Writers' Guild of Great Britain 1992

Won
Writers' Guild of Great Britain Award
TV - Play or Film
Jeanie Sims
Jack Clayton
For episode "Memento Mori (#8.14)".

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