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BAFTA Awards Given to Directors who Televised the Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II


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Moscow, April 24 – The team of directors responsible for broadcasting the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain has received BAFTA TV Craft Awards in two categories at once, BAFTA announced on Sunday.
The group of eight took home awards in the Best Sound and Best Directing Team nominations.
The award-winning American series in the nominations for the best makeup, sound and special effects from the HBO studio “House of the Dragon”, the prequel to the popular series “Game of Thrones”.

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The British sitcom It Hurts has won three awards for directing, writing and editing.
The winners of the main nominations for the BAFTA Television Award (Best Series, Male and Female Roles) will be announced on May 14. The BAFTA Film Awards ceremony took place on February 19, and German director Eduard Berger received the Best Picture award for “All Quiet on the Western Front.”
The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) was founded in 1947 by British director David Lean.
Queen Elizabeth II of Great Britain, who ruled the country for more than 70 years, died on September 8, 2022 in Scotland at the age of 96. Prince Charles became king, renamed Charles III, and his wife Camilla received the status of queen. The coronation of Charles III and his wife Camilla is scheduled for May 6, 2023.

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