LONDON — Supernatural horror series “Penny Dreadful” picked up three BAFTAs Sunday for its portrayal of a murky Victorian London, with wins in production design, makeup and hair design, and original music.
Other winners at the British Academy Television Craft Awards, which celebrates the best behind-the-scenes talent in British television of 2014, included “Sherlock,” which picked up BAFTAs for sound in a fiction show and editing in a fiction program.
Sally Wainwright cemented her status as one of the U.K.’s leading writers, receiving a BAFTA in the drama writer category for her rural police thriller “Happy Valley.” In the comedy writer category, Mackenzie Crook prevailed over strong competition to win the first BAFTA of his career for “Detectorists,” in which he also stars alongside Toby Jones.
Julian Farino received the fiction director award for “Marvellous.” The show, which also stars Jones, is a fantasy-biopic of clown Neil Baldwin.
BRITISH ACADEMY TELEVISION CRAFT AWARDS
Dan Reed for “The Pedophile Hunter” – Amos Pictures/Channel 4
Julian Farino for “Marvellous” – Fifty Fathoms/BBC Two
Paul McNamara for “2014 FA Cup Final” – ITV Sport/ITV
Mackenzie Crook for “Detectorists” – Channel X North and Lola Entertainment/BBC Four
Sally Wainwright for “Happy Valley” – Red Production Company/BBC One
Phoebe De Gaye for “The Musketeers” – BBC Drama Production London co-produced with BBC America in assoc. with BBC Worldwide/BBC One
Production Team for “Live from Space: Online” – Arrow Media and Rocket/Channel 4
Jake Martin for “Grayson Perry: Who Are You?” – Swan Films/Channel 4
Yan Miles for “Sherlock” – Hartswood Films/Masterpiece for BBC Wales/BBC One
ENTERTAINMENT CRAFT TEAM
Dave Davey, Robert Edwards, Falk Rosenthal for “The X Factor” – Thames, Syco/ITV
MAKE UP & HAIR DESIGN
Enzo Mastrantonio, Nick Dudman, Stefano Ceccarelli for “Penny Dreadful” – Neal Street Productions, Desert Wolf Productions/Sky Atlantic
Abel Korzeniowski for “Penny Dreadful” – Neal Street Productions, Desert Wolf Productions/Sky Atlantic
Marcel Mettelsiefen for “Children on the Frontline” (“Dispatches”) – ITN Productions/Channel 4
PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING: FICTION
Mike Eley for “The Lost Honor of Christopher Jefferies” – Carnival Film and Television/ITV
Jonathan McKinstry, Philip Murphy for “Penny Dreadful” – Neal Street Productions, Desert Wolf Productions/Sky Atlantic
Mike Hatch, Kuz Randhawa, Matt Skilton for “Messiah at the Foundling Hospital” – Reef Television/BBC Two
John Mooney, Douglas Sinclair, Howard Bargroff, Paul McFadden for “Sherlock” – Hartswood Films/Masterpiece for BBC Wales/BBC One
SPECIAL, VISUAL & GRAPHIC EFFECTS
Milk VFX, Real SFX, BBC Wales VFX for “Doctor Who” – BBC Wales/BBC One
TITLES & GRAPHIC IDENTITY
Mark Roalfe, Tomek Baginski, Ron Chakraborty for “Winter Olympics 2014” – BBC, RKCR/Y&R, Stink, RedBee Media/BBC One
Marc Williamson for “The Last Chance School” – Minnow Films/Channel 4