DOWNTON ABBEY Wins BAFTA Craft Award
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Downton Abbey won a BAFTA Craft Award for best costume design. The show won the golden mask after having been nominated in the costume category for Caroline McCall.
Other BAFTA winners from the evening were the sound team from the movie about David Bowie, the special effects team from Doctor Who, Phil Heyes for his multi-camera work on The X Factor, and Otto Bathurst his direction on Peaky Blinders, which also won in the photography and lighting category.
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About the show: Downton Abbey is a British period drama. The series premiered in 2010 and is currently entering its fifth season. The show follows the aristocratic Crawley family and their servants. It takes place during post-Edwardian era and shows the impact the historical events have on their lives. The family has had to deal with WORLD War I, the Spanish influenza pandemic, and more.
Downton Abbey is a Carnival/Masterpiece Co-production. It is written and created by Julian Fellowes. Gareth Neame and Julian Fellowes are Executive Producers.