'Penny Dreadful,' 'Sherlock' Top BAFTA TV Craft Awards Winners

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'Happy Valley' writer Sally Wainwright and 'Game of Thrones' star Mackenzie Crook were also among the winners as were 'X Factor' and 'Doctor Who.'

British television’s behind-the-scenes stars were celebrated on Sunday night at BAFTA’s annual TV craft awards.

Among the biggest winners at London's The Brewery were the Showtime/Sky Atlantic gothic series Penny Dreadful, which picked up three awards, winning for production design, makeup and hair design and original music.

Sherlock brought its total BAFTA awards tally to nine in four years, with Sunday wins for sound: fiction and editing: fiction.

Happy Valley creator Sally Wainwright received a writer: drama award for her acclaimed rural police thriller, which is due to return for a second season on the BBC later this year.

Meanwhile, Game of Thrones and Pirates of the Caribbean star Mackenzie Crook – a U.K. favorite since his appearance in the original The Office – won his first BAFTA, a writer: comedy award for Detectorists.

Here is the full list of winners:

Writer: Comedy
Mackinzie Crook, Detectorists

Writer: Drama
Sally Wainwright, Happy Valley

Special Award
BBC vision mixer Hilary Briegel

Breakthrough Talent
Marc Williamson, The Last Chance School

Costume Design
Phoebe De Gaye, The Musketeers

Digital Creativity
Production Team, Live from Space: Online

Director: Fiction
Julian Farino, Marvellous

Director: Factual
Dan Reed, The Paedophile Hunter
Julian Farino, Marvellous

Director: Multi-Camera
Paul McNamara, 2014 FA Cup Final

Editing: Fiction
Yan Miles, Sherlock

Editing: factual
Jake Martin, Grayson Perry: Who Are You?

Entertainment Craft Team
Dave Davey, Robert Edwards, Falk Rosenthal, The X Factor

Make-up & Hair Deign
Enzo Mastrantonio, Nick Dudman, Stefano Ceccarelli, Penny Dreadful

Original Music
Abel Korzeniowski, Penny Dreadful

Photography & Lighting: Fiction
Mike Eley, The Lost Honour of Christopher Jefferies

Photography: Factual
Marcel Mettelsiefen, Children on the Frontline (Dispatches)

Production Design
Jonathan McKinstry, Phillip Murphy, Penny Dreadful

Sound: Factual
Mike Hatch, Kuz Randhawa, Matt Skilton, Messiah at the Foundling Hospital

Sound: Fiction
John Mooney, Douglas Sinclair, Howard Bargroff, Paul McFadden, Sherlock

Special, Visual & Graphic Effects
Milk VFX, Readl SFX and BBC Wales VFX, Doctor Who

Titles & Graphic Identity
Mark Roalfe, Tomek Baginski, Ron Charkraborty, Winter Olympics 2014




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