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Trivia

The award itself, was designed by American sculptor Mitzi Cunliffe, in 1955, is made of bronze and has a marble base. the award is 27cm high and weighs 3.7kg. This design for the BAFTA award was adopted in 1976, previously from 1968-1976 the British Film Academy award was known as a Stella award and was a black basalt figurine designed by Wedgewood sculptor Eric Owen. Before 1968 production companies were awarded replica bronzes made by Henry Moore!

BAFTA

The British Academy Television Craft Awards is an accolade presented by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA), a charitable organisation established in 1947, which: “supports, promotes and develops the art forms of the moving image – film, television and video games – by identifying and rewarding excellence, inspiring practitioners and benefiting the public.

The Craft awards were separated from the Television awards in 2000 in order to focus on technical achievement.

The categories for the award are Sound – Factual and Sound – Fiction.

2017 BAFTA  Winner – Sound Factual 

Planet Earth II, (Cities) BBC NHU, Series Producer: Tom Hugh-Jones, Tracklay, Sound Editors Kate Hopkins & Tim Owens Dubbing Mixer Rob Wild

2012 BAFTA Winner – Sound Factual

Frozen Planet: To the Ends of the Earth – 1 x 60’, BBC, Series Producer Vanessa Berlowitz , Sound Editors Kate Hopkins & Tim Owens

2017 BAFTA  Nomination Sound Factual
Planet Earth II, (Cities) BBC NHU, Series Producer: Tom Hugh-Jones, Tracklay, Sound Editors Kate Hopkins & Tim Owens Dubbing Mixer Rob Wild

2017 BAFTA  Nomination Sound Factual 
Planet Earth II, (Jungles) BBC NHU, Series Producer: Tom Hugh-Jones, Tracklay, Sound Editors Kate Hopkins Dubbing Mixer Rob Wild

2015 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
Hidden Kingdoms: Under Open Skies, 1x 60’, BBC, Producer Simon Bell, Sound Editor: Max Bygrave, Dubbing Mixer: Ben Peace

2014 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
Hebrides: Islands on the Edge, 4 x 60′, Maramedia/Otter Films/BBC One, Executive Producer Nigel Pope, Sound Editors: Kate Hopkins & Tim Owens, Dubbing Mixer: Ben Peace

2014 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
Africa: Kalahari, 6 x 60′, BBC Natural History Unit/BBC One, Series Producer James Honeyborne, Sound Editors: Kate Hopkins & Tim Owens

2011 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
Human Planet – Jungles, 60’, BBC, Series Producer Dale Templar, Sound Editor Kate Hopkins,

2011 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
Human Planet – Oceans, 60’, BBC, Series Producer Dale Templar, Sound Editor Kate Hopkins,

2010 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
Life, episode ‘insects’ BBC, executive producer Michael Gunton, Sound Editors Kate Hopkins and Tim Owens

2010 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
Nature’s Great Events, episode ‘The Great Feast’ BBC, executive producer Brian Leith, Sound Editors: Kate Hopkins and Paul Cowgill, Mixers: Andrew Wilson and Graham Wild

2006 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
Life In The Undergrowth, BBC NHU, 5 x 50′, Executive Producer Mike Gunton,

2004 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
Ancient Egyptians: The Battle Of Megiddo, Wall To Wall, Director Tony Mitchell, Sound Editors Tim Owens, Max Bygrave and Paul Hamlin,

2002 BAFTA Nomination – Best Sound Factual
The Blue Planet, BBC NHU, 8 x 50′, Series Producer Alastair Fothergill,

2000 BAFTA Nomination – Outstanding Achievement In Sound
Shanghai Vice, River Films, 7 x 50′, Director Phil Agland, Sound Editors Tim Owens, Kate Hopkins and Team

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