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'A Very English Scandal' triumphs at Bafta Craft Awards

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'A Very English Scandal' triumphs at Bafta Craft Awards
Russell T Davies historical drama scoops three gongs at London event.

A Very English Scandal picked up three Bafta Craft Awards last night (April 28), beating Killing Eve and Patrick Melrose, which each won two awards. Meanwhile, script supervisor Emma Thomas was honoured with the Bafta Craft Special Award for her outstanding contribution to the industry.

A Very English Scandal won for Costume Design, Director: Fiction and Editing: Fiction, while Killing Eve picked up awards for Original Music and Sound: Fiction. Patrick Melrose won the Production Design and Writer: Drama awards.

The awards celebrate the best behind-the-scenes television talent of the last 12 months.
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‘A Very English Scandal’ Pips ‘Killing Eve’ & ‘Patrick Melrose’ To The Post At BAFTA TV Craft Awards

A Very English Scandal, the BBC and Amazon co-production, scored three gongs at the BAFTA TV Craft Awards. The Hugh Grant-fronted mini-series beat two other high-profile U.S.-backed series, Killing Eve and Patrick Melrose, which both won two awards at the behind-the-scenes awards.

The event was hosted by EpisodesStephen Mangan in London and comes ahead of the main awards next month.

A Very English Scandal, based on the Jeremy Thorpe scandal, won in Costume Design, Director: Fiction and Editing: Fiction, while BBC America’s Killing Eve picked up the Original Music and Sound: Fiction awards and Showtime and Sky co-pro Patrick Melrose received the Production Design and Writer: Drama award with David Nicholls beating Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Russell T Davies and Lennie James to the latter.

2019 Winners

Writer: Drama

David Nicholls Patrick Melrose – Two Cities / SunnyMarch / Little Island Productions / Sky Atlantic

Lennie James Save Me – World Productions / Sky
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Interview: Wamg Talks To Effie Gray Producer Donald Rosenfeld

Coming to theater on April 3rd is the film Effie Gray.

The film explores the fascinating, true story of the relationship between Victorian England’s greatest mind, John Ruskin, and his teenage bride, Euphemia “Effie” Gray, who leaves him for the Pre-Raphaelite painter John Everett Millais.

Effie Gray is the first original screenplay written by Oscar-winning screenwriter Emma Thompson. In this impeccably crafted period drama, Thompson delicately and incisively probes the marital politics of the Victorian Era, and beyond.

Dakota Fanning stars as Effie Gray Ruskin. The cast includes Emma Thompson, Julie Walters, Tom Sturridge, David Suchet, Greg Wise, Claudia Cardinale, James Fox, Sir Derek Jacobi and Robbie Coltrane.

The film is produced by Andreas Roald (Terrence Malick’s Voyage Of Time) and Donald Rosenfeld (Malick’s Tree Of Life and Voyage Of Time).

Producer Donald Rosenfeld spent 1987 to 1998 as President of Merchant Ivory Productions, in charge of the financing
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