An incredible eight NFTS alumni have been nominated individually or as part of a team in this year’s Royal Television Society’s Craft and Design Awards, which celebrate excellence in broadcast television and aim to recognise the huge variety of skills and processes involved in programme production. It’s fantastic to see NFTS graduates representing a wide range of craft disciplines from composing and cinematography to editing, sound and digital effects. The ceremony takes place on Monday 27th November at the London Hilton on Park Lane.

Editing MA alumna, Una Ni Dhonghaile, and Composing MA alumna, Natalie Holt are nominated in the ‘Editing Drama’ and ‘Original Score’ categories for their work on Three Girls, a three-part drama based on the true stories of victims of grooming and sexual abuse in Rochdale. Fellow Composing MA alumnus, Martin Phipps is nominated for ‘Music – Original Title’ for Victoria.

Cinematography MA alumni, Carlos Catalan and Gavin Finney are nominated in the ‘Photography – Drama and Comedy’ category for their work on Broadchurch and The State, respectively.

Both Victor Tomi and Jorge Canada Escorihuela (DFX graduates) are part of the Digital Effects Team for The Crown, which has been nominated in the ‘Effects - Digital’ category. And finally, Sound Post Production alumnus, Stuart Hilliker is part of the Sound Team for Taboo that has been nominated in the ‘Sound - Drama’ category.