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Congratulations to the Nominees and Winners of the 2012 WFTV Awards

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Summary

The 22nd Annual Sky WFTV Awards drew a thousand of film and television's most influential and successful luminaries together to celebrate and recognise the creativity and achievements of women within the industry.

WFTV Awards 2012

Sargent-Disc was delighted to continue it's support for Women in Film and TV (WFTV) by hosting a table at the 22nd Annual Sky WFTV Awards on Friday 7th December. The glamorous event drew a thousand of film and television's most influential and successful luminaries together to celebrate and recognise the creativity and achievements of women within the industry.

Sports presenter Clare Balding, critically acclaimed film director Lynne Ramsay and versatile comedy and drama actor, Olivia Colman, were just three of the fifteen outstanding women from the world of film and television to be honoured by the 2012 Awards at the London Hilton, Park Lane.

Comedian, presenter and past WFTV Awards recipient, Sue Perkins, hosted the ceremony and said she was "honoured" to be hosting this year's ceremony showcasing "the brightest and best female talent in the UK."

 

Olympic Success

The 2012 Awards recognised the roles of three key industry players in delivering the London Olympics - the most watched TV event in UK broadcasting history. Presenter Clare Balding received the Achievement of the Year Award for her Olympic and Paralympic coverage that prompted national admiration. Joining her were Tracey Seaward, who took the Producer Award for her work on Danny Boyle's spectacular opening ceremony, while Barbara Slater, the BBC's first female director of sport, won the Inspirational Woman Award.

Away from the Olympics, Lynne Ramsay took the WFTV Directing Awardfor her acclaimed film We Need to Talk About Kevin, based on Lionel Shriver's prizewinning 2003 novel, and writer/director Sally El Hosaini, was handed the New Talent Award for My Brother the Devil.

WFTV CEO, Kate Kinninmont, said:"I'm particularly pleased that we have two exceptional film directors Lynne Ramsay and Sally El Hosaini among our winners this year. There is still a significant gender disparity when it comes to feature film directors, but the talent of Lynne and Sally, irrespective of the gender, is undeniable - and I'm proud that our awards are recognising that."

The actor Olivia Colman, whose performances in an exceptional range of programmes and films - Accused, The Iron Lady, Tyranasaur and the comedy Twenty Twelve- have been highly acclaimed, received the Best Performance Award.

Julie Walters, a former winner of the WFTV Lifetime Achievement Award, presented drama producer Ruth Caleb with the honour in recognition of her outstanding contribution to the industry over the last forty years, on productions such as Pat and Margaret (1994), the BAFTA nominated Last Resort (2000), Bullet Boy(2004), A Short Stay in Switzerland (2009), and The Last Days of Lehman Brothers(2009).

 

Full list of winners

THE TECHNICOLOR WRITING AWARD - HEIDI THOMAS

THE ENVY PRODUCER AWARD - TRACEY SEAWARD

THE BARCLAYS BUSINESS AWARD - NICKY SARGENT & VIKKI DUNN

THE PANALUX CRAFT AWARD - CAROLINE O'REILLY

THE CREATIVE SKILLSET INSPIRATIONAL WOMAN AWARD - BARBARA SLATER

THE INTERNATIONAL FILM GUARANTORS PROJECT MANAGEMENT AWARD - EMMA ZEE

THE MAC BEST PERFORMANCE AWARD - OLIVIA COLMAN

THE DELUXE DIGITAL LONDON DIRECTOR AWARD - LYNNE RAMSAY

THE BBC NEWS AND FACTUAL AWARD - JACKIE FAULKNER

THE FREMANTLEMEDIA UK NEW TALENT AWARD - SALLY EL HOSAINI

THE ITV STUDIOS ACHIEVEMENT OF THE YEAR AWARD - CLARE BALDING

THE CHANNEL 4 FEMALE INDIE OF THE YEAR AWARD - NICOLA SHINDLER

THE BROADCAST & SCREEN CONTRIBUTION TO THE MEDIUM AWARD - JANA BENNETT

THE EON PRODUTIONS LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT AWARD - RUTH CALEB

Presenters on the day included Davina McCall, Jessica Raine, Evan Davis, Mark Foster, Mitchell and Webb, and Julie Walters.

 

Congratulations!

"Every single one of our winners is an inspiration and a role model" said WFTV CEO Kate Kinnimont. We agree entirely and would like to congratulate all of the nominees and winners.

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