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House of the Dragon, This is Going to Hurt lead BAFTA Craft Awards winners

The State Funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II won two BAFTA Awards for Sound: Factual and Director: Multi-Camera

The winners of the BAFTA Television Craft Awards 2023 have been announced at a ceremony in London.

House of the Dragon, the prequel to Game of Thrones, was successful in three categories: picking up the awards for Make-Up and Hair Design; Sound: Fiction; and Special, Visual and Graphic Effects.

BBC drama This is Going to Hurt also won in three categories: Writer: Drama; Editing Fiction; and Scripted Casting.

The State Funeral of HM Queen Elizabeth II won in two categories: Sound: Factual; and Director: Multi-Camera.

BAFTA’s Emerging Talent: Fiction award went to writer Pete Jackson for Somewhere Boy, and Emerging Talent: Factual saw producer/director Charlie Melville win for John & Joe Bishop: Life After Deaf.

The Television Craft Special Award was presented to Alison Barnett in recognition of her role as one of the very first female heads of production in the UK television industry.

The BAFTA Television Awards with P&O Cruises takes place on Sunday 14th May.