The Farm would like to congratulate all the winners at the BAFTA Award ceremony on 12th May 2013. Special congratulations go to Monkey Kingdom, Baby Cow, and Touchpaper Productions.
Monkey Kingdom’s, Made in Chelsea - a reality series that follows the lives of the young and glamorous residents of Chelsea, picked up the award for ‘Reality and Constructed Factual in 2013’. Sonny Sheridan created an elegant look to the series using Nucoda Film Master. Tam Osman onlined with Avid Symphony and Stewart Marshall mixed using Pro Tools 10 HD.
Touchpaper Television’s ‘Murder’ won the award for ‘Single Drama in 2013’. Directed by Birger Larson, the CCTV footage, crime scene photos and mobile phone footage, which are used to tell both sides of the story, were heavily treated and distorted to add a sense of ambiguity. Owen Hulme used the DS Nitris' plugins and graphics tools for FX work throughout the film. Furthermore, the BBC announced on Friday 10th May that Murder had been recommissioned to transform the single drama into a full series.
Alan Carr collected the award for ‘Entertainment Performance in 2013’ for his chat show ‘Alan Carr Chatty Man’. The fast turnaround chat show, now in its tenth series, is onlined by Steve Andrews in Avid Symphony HD.
Steve Coogan won the BAFTA for ‘Male Performance in a comedy Programme in 2013’ for his portrayal of his beloved character Alan Partridge in ‘Welcome to the Places of My Life’. Alan takes his viewers on a ‘patrimilgrimidge’ of his home county, Norfolk. Colin Peters used vignettes and several Sapphire plug-in’s to create a bright and natural tone within the grade.
The Farm sends its warmest congratulations to all the teams involved with those who won at this year’s BAFTA Award Ceremony.