What (more) TV’s on at BAFTA in July? Including The Virtues, Killing Eve, Peaky Blinders and Man Like Mobeen

Every Tuesday, TMINE flags up what new TV events BAFTA is holding around the UK

BAFTA continues to add to the coming three weeks of TV Sessions event, with all manner of discussions with people from in front and of and behind the camera of shows including The Virtues, The End of the F***ing World, Killing Eve, Chernobyl, Catherine The Great, The Trial of Christine Keeler, Giri/Haji, Fleabag, Peaky Blinders, Leaving Neverland, Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer, I Am Kirsty, Gentleman Jack, Stath Lets Flats, Sex Education, Famalam, Home and Man Like Mobeen.

Details after the jump.

TV Sessions: The Craft of Editing Comedy and Drama

Wednesday, 15 July, 5:00pm

A unique chance to hear from this year’s Editing nominees as they discuss their nominated work – spanning comedy and drama.

Speakers:

  • Dan Crinnion (Killing Eve)
  • Elen Pierce Lewis (Giri/Haji)
  • Gary Dollner (Fleabag)
  • Jinx Godfrey (Chernobyl)
  • Simon Smith (Chernobyl)

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TV Sessions: The Craft of Make-Up and Hair design

Thursday, 16 July, 1:00pm

A unique opportunity to hear from this year’s nominees in hair and make-up design as they discuss their nominated work.

Speakers:

  • Daniel Parker (prosthetics designer, Chernobyl)
  • Inma Azorin (hair and make up designer, The Trial of Christine Keeler)
  • Kirstin Chalmers (hair and make up designer, Catherine the Great)
  • Loz Schiavo (hair and make up designer, Peaky Blinders)

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The Virtues

TV Sessions: The Making of the Virtues

Thursday, July 16, 5pm

At turns disturbing, emotionally raw and full of heart, join the writers, director, producers and performers in discussing The Virtues – a series that claims five nominations this year for its gripping meditation on trauma and redemption.

Speakers:

  • Shane Meadows, writer and director
  • Stephen Graham, actor
  • Jack Thorne, writer
  • Nickie Sault, producer
  • Mark Herbert, producer
  • Helen Behan, supporting actress

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If you are unable to book in to a Zoom event due to capacity being reached you will be able to stream the session live on YouTube here:

Alex Lawther and Jessica Barden

TV Sessions: The Making of The End of the F***ing World

Monday, 20 July, 5:00pm

Hear from the team behind the much-loved show, which earned nominations for Drama Series, Supporting Actress (Naomi Ackie) and Writer: Drama. Series 2 picks up after one of the biggest cliff-hangers in recent memory and we’ll be discussing the team’s creative process and the challenges of revisiting the distinct and complex world of James and Alyssa.

Speakers:

  • Alex Lawther, actor
  • Jessica Barden, actor
  • Naomi Ackie, actor
  • Charlie Covell, writer and executive producer
  • Lucy Forbes, director
  • Dominic Buchanan, executive producer
  • Ed Macdonald, executive producer
  • Destiny Ekaragha, director
  • Kharmel Cochrane, casting director

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If you are unable to book in to a Zoom event due to capacity being reached you will be able to stream the session live on YouTube here:

TV Sessions: The Making of Leaving Neverland and Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer

Tuesday, 21 July, 5pm

Hear from the creative teams behind two of 2019’s most talked-about documentaries. Leaving Neverland and Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer captivated audiences and have earned 6 nominations between them across Factual Series, Director: Factual and Editor: Factual. We’ll be discussing the filmmaking journey from finding compelling stories, to building relationships and trust with subjects, to sharing these powerful and sensitive documentaries with the world.

Speakers:

  • Michael Harte (editor – Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer)
  • Felicity Morris (producer – Don’t F**k With Cats: Hunting an Internet Killer)
  • Jules Cornell (editor – Leaving Neverland)
  • Dan Reed (director – Leaving Neverland)

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TV Sessions: Actors in Conversation – Leading Actress

Monday, 27 July, 5:00pm

This year’s nominees will discuss in conversation with each other how they approached their performances, preparation for the project and the challenges in bringing these powerful women to our screens.

Speakers:

  • Samantha Morton (I Am Kirsty)
  • Suranne Jones (Gentleman Jack)
  • Jodie Comer (Killing Eve)

BAFTA Members have 24 hours priority access until Thursday 2 July, 9.30am when booking opens to the public.

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If you are unable to book in to a Zoom event due to capacity being reached you will be able to stream the session live on YouTube here:

TV Sessions: Actors in Conversation – Comedy Performance

Tuesday, 28 July, 5:00pm

A chance to hear from this year’s comedy performance nominees in conversation with each other as they share their tips for preparing for roles, shaping their characters, and getting those all-important laughs.

Speakers:

  • Sian Clifford (Fleabag)
  • Jamie Demetriou (Stath Lets Flats)
  • Ncuti Gatwa (Sex Education)
  • Gbemisola Ikumelo (Famalam)
  • Youssef Kerkour (Home)
  • Guz Khan (Man Like Mobeen)

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If you are unable to book in to a Zoom event due to capacity being reached you will be able to stream the session live on YouTube here.