BIFA announces craft awards

All Of Us Strangers and Femme among winners

by Amber Wilkinson

Andrew Haigh's All Of Us Strangers garnered four nominations
Andrew Haigh's All Of Us Strangers garnered four nominations
The British Independent Film Awards (BIFA) has announced the winners of its ten film craft categories.

Andrew Haigh's tale of a writer drawn back to his past and towards a mysterious new relationship received 16 BIFA nominations and has won the wards for Best Cinematography, for Jaime D Ramsay, Best Editing for Jonathan Alberts and Best Music Supervision for Connie Farr.

Revenge thriller Femme, won craft awards for Buki Ebiesuwa's Costume Design and Marie Deehan's Make Up & Hair. Two awards also went to The Kitchen, which saw Nathan Parker win Best Production Design, and Richard Baker pick up the prize for Best Effects.

Best Original Music went to Kwes for his work on debut director Raine Allen-Miller’s Peckham-set love story Rye Lane.

Mark Jenkin won Best Sound supported by Halo for his 1970s-set remote island mystery Enys Men.

Best Casting was won by Isabella Odoffin for Molly Manning Walker’s debut feature How To Have Sex.

The winners in all remaining categories will be announced at the 26th BIFA ceremony on December 3.

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