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The BAFTA TV Awards Winners

Who won big?

By The GMS Team 20-May-2018

Earlier this month the BAFTA TV Awards took place in London. The awards showcase the best of the small screen entertainment that we’ve all been watching in the past year. The full list of winners can be found here, but we of course would like to congratulate those involved in soundtracking not only the winning shows, but also everyone nominated. 

Peaky Blinders took the award for Best Drama so huge congratulations to Amelia Hartley for her work on the show. Also nominated in the same category was The End of the F***ing World, who’s soundtrack was a huge talking point of the show and took over the Tunefind charts, so we have to give Matt Biffa a mention for his brilliant work on the series. In the Single Drama category, Murdered for Being Different won which Carmen Montanez Callan lent her supervision talents to.

The International award went to The Handmaid’s Tale, music supervised by Michael Perlmutter. Big Little Lies (music supervisor Sue Jacobs) and Feud: Bette and Joan (supervised by P.J. Bloom) and documentary The Vietnam War were the other nominees in this category, narrowly beaten to the top spot.

Congratulations to everyone working on the projects recognised by BAFTA. We look forward to another year of watching incredible British TV & Film, brought to life by the best behind-the-scenes crews.