Molinare’s Julie Parmenter congratulated the group on a number of wins for their projects at the 2019 BAFTA TV awards on 12th May.
Killing Eve (produced by Sid Gentle Films, picture post by Molinare & sound post by Hackenbacker) scooped up three awards at the ceremony; ‘Drama Series’, ‘Leading Actress’ for Jodie Comer and ‘Supporting Actress’ for Fiona Shaw.
Patrick Melrose (produced by Little Island Productions, with both picture and sound post at Molinare) picked up ‘Mini-Series’ and ‘Leading Actor’ for Benedict Cumberbatch.
Bodyguard was awarded the Virgin Media ‘Must-See Moment’ award for the assassination of Julia Montague (played by Keeley Hawes, who was also nominated in the ‘Leading Actress’ category). Bodyguard was mixed and graded here at Molinare.
Elsewhere there were a number of nominations across the board for Mrs. Wilson (‘Mini-Series’, ‘Leading Actress’ and ‘Supporting Actress’), Mum (‘Scripted Comedy’, ‘Female Performance in a Comedy Programme’ and ‘Male Performance in a Comedy Programme’) and Collateral (‘Supporting Actress’).
The same week saw a number of projects enjoy their UK TX premiere. Firstly, the third season of Mum aired on BBC Two, starring Lesley Manville and Peter Mullan. The crew at Hackenbacker took care of all aspects of sound post for this season.
Coinciding with Mental Health Awareness Week, and as part of BBC’s ongoing commitment to shining a light on these issues, the stunning, BIFA-winning doc Evelyn was aired, also on BBC Two.
The Hunt for Jihadi John, which was mixed and graded at Molinare, tells the inside story of Mohammed Emwazi’s journey from an ordinary London boy to becoming one of the most notorious extremists of our time. This was premiered on Channel 4 on Monday 20th May at 9pm.
Finally, feature film Where Hands Touch, which was graded at Molinare, is now out in cinemas. Where Hands Touch follows the story of Leyna, a bi-racial teen struggling for survival in Nazi Germany.