It should come as no surprise given the exceptional work Mr. Moffat has been doing for some time in screenwriting. His Dr. Who scripts were regularly heralded as both fan and critical favorites long before he took over the helm for the iconic series and his work on the landmark BBC series Sherlock has been breathtaking.
So let us all raise a glass of our favorite beverage of choice to Mr. Steven Moffat, winner of the 2012 BAFTA Craft Award for writing for his work on the BBC series Sherlock. Here’s the link to BBC’s initial coverage of the BAFTA Craft Awards: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-18056286
For the official coverage with post-award interviews, check out the BAFTA site and awards information here.
And yes, the videos of the awards are already on YouTube.com.
And let us not forget Mr. Charlie Phillips who won for Fiction Editing for the BBC Sherlock episode A Scandal in Belgravia:
Last but hardly least the BBC Sherlock Sound Team of John Mooney, Jeremy Child, Howard Bargroff and Doug Sinclair took Best Sound: Fiction:
A Big Thank You and Congratulations to everyone!
For additional coverage, check out The Stage article on the 2012 BAFTA Craft Awards.
Let’s keep our fingers and toes crossed for BBC Sherlock and the various actors, creators and producer during the main awards 27 May.