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BAFTA Crew

Our professional network and masterclass programme, designed to connect emerging 'below the line’ talent to BAFTA-winners and nominees.


The closing date for applications in Film and TV is 14 September
If you're interesting in joining BAFTA Crew Games, please email [email protected]

Event: BAFTA Crew Masterclass on Music and Sound Design in GamesDate: Saturday 24 January 2015Venue: Grosvenor Cinema, Glasgow

Event: BAFTA Crew Welcome DrinksDate; Sat 4 July 2015Venue: 195 Piccadilly


Click the links below to find out more about this year's Crew members. If you'd like to contact a Crew member email [email protected]


Event: BAFTA Crew Games eventDate: Mon 13 April 2015Venue: BAFTA, 195 Piccadilly

Event: BAFTA Crew Masterclass on Make up Design with Morag RossDate: Saturday 17 January 2015Venue: Grosvenor Cinema, GlasgowHost: Ian Haydn Smith (Editor of Curzon Magazine)


How do we select Crew members? This year, applications were looked at by the following people from across the craft and technical areas:

FILM & TV

  • Alison Small, CEO, Production Guild​
  • Sarah Greenwood, Production Designer - Beauty and the Beast, Sherlock Holmes, Atonement
  • Owen McPolin, Cinematographer - Vikings, Penny Dreadful, Da Vinci’s Demons
  • Una Ni Dhonghaile, EditorThe Crown, The Missing, Upstairs Downstairs
  • Caroline Greenough, Hair and Make Up Supervisor - The Hollow Crown, Dickensian, Mapp and Lucia
  • Tony Dawe, Production Sound Mixer - Miss Peregrines Home for Peculiar Children, Return of the Jedi, Troy
  • Paul McFadden, Sound re-recording mixerSherlock, Glue, Doctor Who
  • Louise Hussey, Visual Effects ProducerJekyll & Hyde, Mr Selfridge, Our Zoo
  • Chaired by Sara Putt (Sara Putt Association) and Nicky Ball (Crew and Facilities Manager, Creative England)

GAMES

  • Georg Backer, Lionhead Studios - Black & White, The Movies, Fable 1, 2 and 3
  • Catherine Woolley, Senior Designer at Creative Assembly - Alien: Isolation

Our partners

BAFTA Crew Film and TV is supported by Creative Skillset’s Film Skills Fund, which is funded by the BFI with National Lottery funds, through the Skills Investment Funds. The programme is run in partnership with The Wellcome Trust and Creative England.

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