Published on: 30 November 2016 in Industry
Directors triumph at the RTS Craft and Design Awards 2016
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Congratulations to directors Jack Clough, Bruce Goodison and James Bluemel, who all won awards at the RTS Craft and Design Awards.
Following the introduction of two new director categories at last year’s awards, the categories have been extended to three in 2016, honouring directors in comedy, factual and drama.
Jack Clough picked up the award for Director - Comedy Drama/Situation Comedy for BBC Three’s People Just Do Nothing.
James Bluemel received the award for Director - Documentary/Factual and Non Drama for the BBC Two programme, Exodus: Our Journey to Europe.
And Bruce Goodison (who was unable to attend the ceremony) received the Director - Drama award for Murdered by My Father on BBC Three.
Fellow Directors UK member Morag Tinto was also rewarded in the Photography - Documentary/Factual and Non Drama category for her work on imagine. . . Antony Gormley: Being Human for BBC One.
The RTS Craft and Design Awards were handed out on Monday 28 November. The Awards celebrate excellence in broadcast television and aim to recognise the huge variety of skills and processes involved in programme production. BBC One’s The Night Manager was the big winner on the night, picking up three awards for costume design, make up and original title music.
Congratulations to all the winners. See the full list at the RTS website.