'The Crown' Leads Pack of BAFTA TV Craft Awards Nominees

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Matt Smith in 'The Crown' Season 2

The British Academy unveiled its behind-the-camera nominees Thursday, with Netflix's royal drama earning seven and Tom Hardy's 'Taboo' claiming six.

The Crown is leading the race following Thursday's BAFTA TV Craft Award nominations, celebrating behind-the-camera talent on the small screen in 2017.

Netflix's acclaimed royal drama emerged with seven nominations, closely followed by the BBC's Tom Hardy-fronted dark period series Taboo, with six. The Netflix/BBC domination continued further down the pack, with Black Mirror, Blue Planet II and Peaky Blinders landing five nominations each.
 
This year's ceremony will be held at The Brewery, London, on April 22 and will be hosted by Stephen Mangan.

Here are the complete nominations:

Writer: Drama
Charlie Brooker — "Hang the DJ" (Black Mirror)
Nicole Taylor — Three Girls
Peter Morgan — The Crown
Steven Knight — Peaky Blinders

Writer: Comedy
Daisy May Cooper, Charlie Cooper — This Country
Paul Coleman, Peter Kay, Sian Gibson — Peter Kay's Car Share
Sharon Horgan, Rob Delaney — Catastrophe
Steve Pemberton, Reece Shearsmith — Inside No. 9

Production Design

Deborah Riley, Rob Cameron — Game of Thrones

Joel Collins, Phil Sims — "USS Calllister" (Black Mirror)
Martin Childs — The Crown
Pat Campbell — The State

Entertainment Craft Team 
The Voice UK
Strictly Come Dancing
World War One Remembered: Passchendaele
One Love Manchester

Director: Fiction 
Jane Campion — Top of the Lake: China Girl
Mackenzie Crook — Detectorists
Paul Whittington — Little Boy Blue
Philippa Lowthorpe — Three Girls

Director: Multi-Camera 
Chris Power — Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway
James Morgan — Wild Alaska Live
Julia Knowles — World War One Remembered: Passchendaele
Nikki Parsons — Strictly Come Dancing

Director: Factual 
Anna Hall — Catching a Killer
Charlie Russell — Chris Packham: Asperger's and Me
Will Yapp — The Real Full Monty
Xavier Alford — Drugsland: Heroin Love Story

Photography & Lighting: Fiction
Adriano Goldman — The Crown (Episode 4)
Johann Perry — Against the Law
Mark Patten — Taboo
Stephan Pehrsson — "USS Callister" (Black Mirror)

Photography: Factual 
The Detectives: Murder on the Streets
Storyville, Last Men in Aleppo
The Fight For Mosul
("Dispatches")
Blue Planet II ("One Ocean")

Editing: Fiction 
Andrew McClelland — Line of Duty
Dan Roberts — Peaky Blinders
Pia Di Ciaula — The Crown
Una Ni Dhonghaíle — Three Girls

Editing: Factual 
Anna Price — Louis Theroux: Dark States
Ged Murphy — David Bowie: The Last Five Years
Matt Meech — Blue Planet II ("One Ocean")
Nigel Buck — Blue Planet II ("The Deep")
Will Grayburn — Chris Packham: Asperger's and Me

Costume Design
Alison McCosh — Peaky Blinders
Jane Petrie — The Crown
Joanna Eatwell — Taboo
Michele Clapton — Game of Thrones

Make Up & Hair Design
Chrissie Baker — The Miniaturist
Jacqueline Fowler — Gunpowder
Jan Archibald, Erika Okvist, Audrey Doyle — Taboo
Loz Schiavo — Peaky Blinders

Original Music 
Jocelyn Pook — King Charles III
Katya Mihailova — Born Free: Saving Russia's Whales
Max Richter — Taboo
Nico Mulhy — Howards End

Sound: Fiction 
Peaky Blinders
Sherlock
Taboo
The Crown

"USS Callister" (@blackmirror)

Sound: Factual 
World War One Remembered: Passchendaele
Mountain: Life at the Extreme
Blue Planet II
("Coral Reefs")
David Bowie: The Last Five Years
The Grand Tour 

Breakthrough Talent 
Bernard MacMahon, Allison McGourty — Arena, American Epic, The Sessions
Charlotte Wolf — Inspector George Gently
Daisy May Cooper, Charlie Cooper — This Country
Tom Pursey — Fighting Cancer: My Online Diary

 

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