The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) announced the winners of the 2014 British Academy Television Craft Awards last night at an event hosted by English actor Stephen Mangan.
In the Sound categories Rowan Jennings, Karl Mainzer, and Adam Scourfield took home the Sound-Factual category for their work on David Bowie - Five Years, while Lipsync Post's sound team of Adrian Bell, Lee Crichlow, Robert Farr, and Ian Wilkinson won Sound-Fiction for their work on Steven Poliakoff's BBC drama Dancing on the Edge.
“It’s an honour to win a BAFTA Craft award for our work on Dancing on the Edge. The project was a joy to work on, with all the challenges of a period drama as well as the wonderful music to mix in," commented LipSync Post re-recording mixer Robert Farr.
Peter Hampden, managing director, The LipSync Group, added: “We’re so proud of our talented team, they always work tirelessly to create the best possible soundtracks for our clients, and this award is thoroughly deserved. We would also like to extend our thanks and congratulations to Adrian Bell, Lee Crichlow and Ian Wilkinson, the freelance sound recordist and editors who worked on the project alongside Robert and the team.”
For the full list of winners click here.