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‘Penny Dreadful’ leads BAFTA Television Craft nominations with five
25 Mar 2015 : Seán Brosnan
Nominations also for ‘Ripper Street’, Screen Scene, Owen McPolin, Arthur Matthews and Úna Ní Dhonghaíle
The nominations for the 2015 BAFTA Television Craft Awards have been announced, with ‘Penny Dreadful’ leading the way with five nominations.

‘Penny Dreadful’ – which is due to wrap shooting on its’ second season in the next few weeks – was shot entirely in Wicklow and Dublin, primarily at Ardmore Studios and is co-produced by Octagon Films.

The show received nominations in the categories of Costume Design, Original Music, Titles & Graphic Identity and Make-up and Hair Design. Irish production designer Philip Murphy also received a nomination along with Jonathan McKinistry in the category of Best Production Design for their work on the show.

The Element Pictures co-production ‘Ripper Street’ also received two nominations – in the categories of Titles & Graphic Identity and Special, Visual and Graphic Effects, the latter of which is going to the trio of Ed Bruce, Nicholas Murphy and John O Connell of Dublin-based Screen Scene.

Irish editor Úna Ní Dhonghaíle received a nomination for Best Editing: Fiction for her work in the critically acclaimed BBC drama ‘The Missing’ starring James Nesbitt. Belfast-set drama ‘The Fall’ also received a nomination in this category for their editor Stephen Singleton.

Irish DoP Owen McPolin – who has also shot episodes of ‘Penny Dreadful’ – received a nomination in the category of Best Photography and Lighting: Fiction for ‘Da Vinci’s Demons’.

There was also a nomination for Irish writer Arthur Matthews –along with Matt Berry – for Best Writer: Comedy for their work on ‘Toast of London’.

Also of Irish interest is the nomination of Ben Kellett in the category of Best Director: Multi-Camera for his work in the Irish comedy ‘Mrs Brown’s Boys’ starring Brendan O Carroll.

The BAFTA Television Craft Awards will take place on Sunday 26 April at the Brewery in East London.





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