Raft of 2023 BIFA Nominations For National Film And Television School Graduates
The nominations for the 2023 British Independent Film Awards have been announced and The National Film and Television School is very proud to see a raft of our talented graduates recognised for their contributions to films nominated across the categories.
Nominations include cinematography graduate Molly Manning Walker’s How To Have Sex receiving 13 nominations including Best British Independent Film, Best Screenplay and Best Director.
Scrapper, which was also shot by Molly and edited by Matteo Bini and Tine Jensen, was nominated 14 times including Best Cinematography. Also in the Best Cinematography category is Mahalia Belo’s The End We Start From, shot by Suzie Lavelle, Executive Produced by Fani Ntavelou-Baum and nominated in 9 additional categories, including a nod to Supervising Sound Editor Jens Rosenlund-Peterson in the Best Sound category.
Graduate Alison Millar’s moving documentary Lyra, edited by Chloe Lambourne was nominated in Best Feature Documentary and Muna, edited by Mdhamiri Á Nkemi is up for Best British Short.
The National Film and Television School is immensely proud of each and every alumni who worked on this year’s nominated films. See the full list of nominations here: bifa.film/awards/2023/winners-nominations
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