We are delighted to announce that Nick Fry, Nigel Edwards, and Aidan Farrell (TWICE) have been nominated for an RTS Craft and Design Awards.
Nick Fry has been nominated in the Sound: Entertainment & Non Drama Category for Life and Death Row, a BBC 3 documentary series telling the story of capital punishment through the eyes of young people whose lives have been shaped by it.
Nigel Edwards has been nominated in the Sound: Drama Category for The Honourable Woman, a BBC 2 drama series following one woman's struggles to right her father's wrongs in a world of conspiracy and espionage.
Aidan Farrell has secured two out of the three nominations in the Picture Enhancemrnt Cateorgy for Utopia Series 2 and The Thirteenth Tale (a feat that he also achived at the BAFTA Craft and Design Awards earlier this year for Utopia Series 1 and The WHite Queen).
Utopia Series 2, a Channel 4 conspiracy drama, continues the story of Jessica Hyde and the Utopia Experiments. Written by the enimatic Dennis Kelly and starring Fiona O'Shaughnessy
The Thirteenth Tale is a psychological drama for BBC 2, adapted by Oscar-winning screenwriter Christopher Hampton from Diane Setterfield's bestselling novel. Biographer Margaret Lea is summoned to the Yorkshire home of dying novelist Vida Winter, who has handpicked Margaret to write her biography. Though initially hesitant, as Vida has a reputation for distorting facts in interviews, Margaret becomes fascinated by her previously untold story.
It is a brilliant achievement from Nick, Nigel and Aidan, and thoroughlly deserved, with all three productions being hugely successful and beautifully crafted.
We will be keeping all fingers and toes crossed for the award cermony on the 1st December, being held at the London Hilton.