Last week saw The Television Bulldog Awards 2014, which now in their tenth year, are decided by the votes of UK production personnel including commisioners, producers, and television executives.
We would like to say a big congratulations to all of our clients who’s worked on productions nominated, came in runners up and especially those that were winners.
The ITV crime drama Broadchurch (Tim Porter – Editor Eps 3,4 &5, Vince McGahon – Stedicam Operator, Ep 1, Rick Woollard – Stedicam operator, Dailies) walked away with two awards for ‘Drama One-Off, Serial’ and ‘Music’ along with coming runner up for ‘Cinematography’.
Broadchurch was also awarded ‘Best in Show’ on the evening. The title was presented to the entry that received the most votes overall in the 2013 competition
Steven Knight’s drama Peaky Blinders (Chris Barwell – Editor Eps 1,2 &3, Brian Milliken – Sound Recordist, Jon Beacham – Camera Operator, Alistair Widgery – Sound Recordist, Dailies) came a close second to Broadchurch as runners up in the ‘Drama One-Off, Serial’ category; and Downton Abbey (Fabrizio Sciarra – Stedicam/B-cam Operator, Dailies, Daniel Evans – Camera Trainee) came away runners up twice in the ‘Drama – Series’ and ‘Music’ catagories.
In the ‘Comedy’ Category, university sit-com Bad Education (Peter Oliver- Editor, Alistair Widgery – Sound Recordist) was runner up to Fresh Meat (Lee Sharp – Boom Operator) which walked away with the award.
Taking a double win on the evening was the Idris Elba starring Luther (Sam Williams – Editor Eps 3 & 4), for both ‘Drama – Series’ and editing