Soho post houses Boom and Molinare are celebrating after their senior audio talent was recognized with Bafta Craft Awards.
Molinare’s George Foulgham and Lisa McStay picked up the Sound Factual award for their work on Trawlermen (pictured) having worked on series 2, 3 and 4 of the BBC produced show.
Executive producer Bill Lyons said: “There aren’t many shows as tough as Trawlermen from the point of view of the sound department. We’re so lucky to have had [these] two on board to stitch our salt-soaked offerings into such a finely-wrought aural tapestry.”
On the same evening Boom Post Production’s Paul Hamblin won in the best Sound Fiction category for his work on Wallander alongside André Schmidt, Catherine Hodgson and Bosse Persson,
The Wallander sound team fought off strong competition from Red Riding, Spooks and Cranford.
For a full list of winners go to: http://www.bafta.org/awards/television-craft/nominations,1081,BA.html
The Bafta Craft Awards took place on Sunday 23 May at the London Hilton on Park Lane.