Editing Grad Úna Ni Dhonghaíle Wins BAFTA for ‘Three Girls’

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Editing Grad Úna Ni Dhonghaíle Wins BAFTA for ‘Three Girls’

NFTS Editing MA graduate Úna Ni Dhonghaíle has added a BAFTA to her awards cabinet winning the ‘Editing: Fiction’ category at last night’s British Academy Television Craft Awards for her work on BBC drama, Three Girls, which is based on the true stories of victims of grooming and sexual abuse in Rochdale.

This is Úna’s fifth award for Three Girls having already won two Royal Television Society Awards, an Irish Film and Television Award and a Women in Film and TV Award. The critically acclaimed BBC mini-series director, Philippa Lowthorpe and writer, Nicole Taylor also won Television Craft BAFTAs at last night’s ceremony hosted by Stephen Mangan.

Úna and Philippa visited the School in January to give a masterclass on Three Girls – read more here.

If you would like to follow in Úna’s footsteps, apply for the Editing MA by the 3rd May – www.nfts.co.uk/editing