Andrew Haigh’s metaphysical love story All of Us Strangers has won three BIFA craft awards, it was announced today; best cinematography for Jamie D. Ramsay, best editing for Jonathan Alberts and best music supervision for Connie Farr. The film has 14 nominations going into the December 3 main ceremony.
Elsewhere, Sam H Freeman and Ng Choon Ping’s Femme won two awards; best costume design for Buki Ebiesuwa and best makeup and hair design for Marie Deehan. Also a double winner was Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares’ dystopian drama The Kitchen, which won best production design for Nathan Parker and best effects for Richard Baker and the late Jonathan Gales.
Raine Allen-Miller’s Rye Lane (which lead the overall nomination with 16) won best original music for Kwes, Mark Jenkin won best sound for Enys Men, and Molly Manning Walker’s Cannes Un Certain Regard winner How to Have Sex earned best casting for Isabella Odoffin.
The 26th BIFA ceremony Sunday, December 3, at Old Billingsgate in London where the winners for acting, writing, directing and more will be featured.
Best Casting: Isabella Odoffin – How to Have Sex
Best Cinematography: Jamie D. Ramsay – All of Us Strangers
Best Costume Design: Buki Ebiesuwa – Femme
Best Editing: Jonathan Alberts – All of Us Strangers
Best Effects: Jonathan Gales and Richard Baker – The Kitchen
Best Make-Up & Hair Design: Marie Deehan – Femme
Best Original Music: Kwes – Rye Lane
Best Music Supervision: Connie Farr – All of Us Strangers
Best Production Design: Nathan Parker – The Kitchen
Best Sound: Mark Jenkin – Enys Men