NFTS Wins At RTS Programme Awards 2023

The winners of the RTS Programme Awards 2023 were crowned last night at London’s JW Marriott Grosvenor House and The National Film and Television School is proud to see almost 40% of the winning productions were delivered by National Film and Television School graduates!

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With wins across categories from Comedy and Drama to Documentary and History, NFTS graduates poured their passion and talent into the genre defining productions of the past year. 

In addition to the 30 competitive categories, Charlotte Moore, BBC’s Chief Content Officer, who was awarded an NFTS Honorary Fellow in 2022 and is a member of the School’s Board of Governors, was presented with the prestigious Judges’ Award. The judges commented: 

“Through it all, Charlotte’s been an outstanding leader for the BBC’s content. She’s championed it, defended it, pushed it to be the best it can be. And while doing all that, she’s remained approachable and accessible…always keen to find the next show that will resonate with viewers, always determined to make the next turn of the wheel.”

National Film and Television School graduate involvement includes…

Comedy Drama: Brassic

Composer Tim Morrish

Documentary Series: Gazza

Editor Emiliano Battista; Edit Assistant Edward Coltman; Assistant Editor Amy Pettipher; Colourist Carl Thompson

Drama Series: Sherwood

Executive-Producer Lewis Arnold; Sound Effects Editor Peter Warnock; Musician Nataliya Tsupryk; Sound Effects Editor Maiken Háberg Hansen; Sound Effects Editor Raoul Brand

Drama Series Sherwood

Formatted Popular Factual: Gogglebox

Sound Mixer Matthew Share

History: Our Falklands War: A Frontline Story

Colourist Claire Winter

Limited Series: Mood

DoP Molly Manning Walker

Editor Alastair Reid

Limited Series Mood

Scripted Comedy: Derry Girls

Director Michael Lennox; DoP Craig Devine; Assistant Editor/Assembly Editor Edward Coltman

Single Documentary: The Tinder Swindler

Composer Jessica Jones; Viola/Violin Nataliya Tsupryk; Assistant Editor Robin Whalley

Single Drama: Life and Death in the Warehouse

Composer Roger Goula

Soap and Continuing Drama: Casualty

Director (ep 20 & 21) Roberto Bangura; Writer (eps 22, 26, 27) Stephen McAteer; Producer (ep 26, 27) Myf Hopkins; Writer (ep 12) Stephen McAteer

Soap and Continuing Drama Casualty

Congratulations to all this year’s RTS Programme Award winners! Explore how you could make it in film and television with the National Film and Television School and follow in our graduates footsteps!


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