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The event, celebrating the best behind-the-scenes talent working on the small screen, saw Netflix’s The Crown claim honors for photography and lighting: fiction and sound: fiction, with HBO’s Game of Thrones collecting prizes for costume design and production design.
As it approaches its final season, Game of Thrones was also presented with a BAFTA special award in recognition of those involved in putting together all 67 episodes of the series made to date. The show has been shot across various locations in Northern Ireland, from a production based in Belfast.
But it was the BBC hit drama Three Girls that came away with the most nods on the night, with Philippe Lowthorpe earning the award for best director: fiction; Una Ni Dhonghaile receiving best editing: fiction honors; and series creator Nicole Taylor tapped as best writer: drama.
Elsewhere on the night, the Black Mirror episode “Metalhead” was awarded the BAFTA for special, visual and graphic effects.
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