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No BAFTA love for Lake, Luther

There were plenty of awards handed out at the BAFTA Television Craft event in London earlier today, but none went to Jane Campion’s Top of the Lake or Neil Cross’ Luther.

Campion’s mini-series and the final small-screen outing for Cross’ creation went into the awards with three nominations apiece. The Sam Neill-starring Peaky Blinders had six nods on its own, enough to lead the pack ahead of much-praised Broadchurch.

Blinders converted two of its nominations into gongs.

Never mind the tea. Where's the Two Paddocks?

Never mind the tea. Where’s the Two Paddocks?

Among the awards for drama, several of the UK’s most-praised productions of 2013 came away with nothing. With the exception of writing awards, which are split between Drama and Comedy, the awards present only a ‘Fiction’ award in many categories. There’s no distinction between drama, comedy, series, mini-series or telemovies, which leads to a smaller number of awards than are on offer at plenty of other TV awards events.

The winners of the BAFTA TV Craft Awards 2014 were:

Breakthrough Talent
Daniel Fajemisin-Duncan, Marlon Smith, Run

Costume Design
Downton Abbey, Caroline McCall

Digital Creativity
D-Day: As It Happens

Director – Fiction
Otto Bathurst, Peaky Blinders

Director – Factual
Nick Holt, The Murder Trial

Director – Multi-Camera
Phil Heyes, The X Factor

Editing – Factual
Educating Yorkshire (Episode One), Mark Towns

Editing – Fiction
The Fall, Steve Singleton

Entertainment Craft Team
Patrick Doherty, Kevin Duff, Kim Gavin, Andrew Milligan, Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway

Make Up And Hair Design
An Adventure in Space and Time, Vickie Lang

Original Television Music
Broadchurch, Ólafur Arnalds

Photography – Factual
Rebuilding the World Trade Center, Marcus Robinson

Photography And Lighting – Fiction
Peaky Blinders, George Steel

Production Design
Ripper Street, Mark Geraghty

Sound – Factual
David Bowie – Five Years, Rowan Jennings, Karl Mainzer, Adam Scourfield

Sound – Fiction
Dancing on the Edge, Adrian Bell, Lee Crichlow, Robert Farr, Ian Wilkinson

Special Award
Strictly Come Dancing

Special, Visual & Graphic Effects
Doctor Who: The Day Of The Doctor, Milk VFX, Real SFX, The Model Unit

Writer – Comedy
The IT Crowd, Graham Linehan

Writer – Drama
In the Flesh, Dominic Mitchell

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