Hartswood Films leads the production pack with three Bafta Craft Awards
14 May 2012
HARTSWOOD FILMS led the way at last night’s British Academy Television Craft Awards with more wins than any other independent production company.
The second series of Sherlock won three awards against stiff competition for the Editing, Sound and Writer categories.
For the second year running Charlie Phillips won Editing: Fiction; while Sherlock’s sound team of John Mooney, Jeremy Child, Howard Bargroff and Doug Sinclair were presented with the award for Sound: Fiction.
Sherlock’s co-creator Steven Moffat was recognised for his script for Sherlock: A Scandal In Belgravia in the Writer category.
Producer Sue Vertue said: “We take huge pride in Sherlock and are delighted that the hard work of the creative team behind the series has been recognised with three such important BAFTA Craft Awards. Sherlock is a real team effort and I’m sure that Charlie, John, Jeremy, Howard, Doug and, of course, Steven would like to thank everyone who works on the series.”