Erica Starling’s Lee Miller wins two BAFTA TV Craft Awards
Date Posted: May 25, 2021
Erica Starling’s Lee Miller – A Life on the Frontline won two BAFTA TV Craft Awards at last night’s virtual ceremony. The documentary, which follows the story of a model-turned-war reporter, won awards for Editing: Factual for Claire Guillon and Director: Factual for first-time winner Teresa Griffiths.
Lee Miller – A life on the Frontline documents the story of one of the most remarkable female icons of the 20th century. The co-production with Ronachan reflected on Miller’s ground-breaking work and explored her radical spiriting and willingness to break any taboo, both as an artist and a woman.
BAFTA announced the winners of the British Academy Television Craft Awards celebrating the very best behind-the-scenes television talent of 2020. The ceremony, broadcast on BAFTA’s YouTube and Facebook channels, was hosted by Gbemisola Ikumelo.
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