< Go back to news listing

Super Sunday success for Pact members

Chernobyl Producer Sanne Wohlenberg and Executive Producer Chris Fry. Image by Simon Wilkinson/SWpix.com

Awards Season is in full swing and last week’s Super Sunday saw the work of Pact members recognised at three separate ceremonies across London.

Lion Television picked up two BAFTA Children’s Awards, with Horrible Histories winning in the Comedy category and Play Your Pets Right winning in Entertainment.
At the British Independent Film Awards, Only You writer/director Harry Wootliff received The Douglas Hickox Award (Debut Director) and the film’s co-lead, Josh O'Connor, won Best Actor. The film was co-produced by Pact members Synchronicity Films with The Bureau and Crybaby. Meanwhile Jack Arnold, the writer of the memorable tracks in Fable Pictures’ Wild Rose won for Best Music.
The Rose d’Or Awards honour global entertainment, with winners this year representing seven different countries. Sister Pictures’ Chernobyl took home the event’s top prize, the Golden Rose, as well as the Drama Award (the programme is a co-production with The Mighty Mint and Word Games). Whilst Ricochet’s The Repair Shop won the Reality and Factual Entertainment Award.

Congratulations to all the winners.