The Crown has been nominated for 7 BAFTA Craft Awards.
Writer: Peter Morgan
Costume: Jane Petrie
Editing: Pia di Ciaula
Production Design: Martin Childs
Photography & Lighting: Adriano Goldman
Sound: Sound Team
Special, Visual & Graphic Effects: One of Us, Asa Shoul, Chris Reynolds
“The RTS presented an award of Special Recognition to a production for an outstanding contribution to the reputation of British television around the world. British programmes have been seen overseas for decades – since Lew Grade first got on a plane in the Sixties in fact – and British shows have always been admired abroad for their sheer quality. The list of British big international hits is
Billy Jenkins (Prince Charles) collects the award.
The Crown wins Best Digital First Streaming and Claire Foy wins Best Actress at the 2018 Broadcasting Press Guild Awards.
Following the death of her father, Alice (Ruth Wilson) returns home to Yorkshire for the first time in 15 years, to claim the tenancy of the family farm she believes is rightfully hers. Once there she encounters her older brother Joe (Mark Stanley) a man she barely recognizes, worn down by years of struggling to keep the farm going whilst caring for their sick father. Joe is thrown by Alice’s
Broadcast said, ”With its broad customer base, outstanding relationships with talent and cross-genre expertise, Left Bank sits at the top table of scripted producers”
Flushed with royal success, it was hard to look beyond Left Bank in the Best Independent Production Company category. Few shows have attained landmark status in the manner of its Netflix series The Crown.
In many ways, it has come