We were lucky enough to be invited down to London for the Bafta awards 2020. The awards ceremony took place in the iconic Royal Albert Hall, and recognised the outstanding achievements of filmmakers and creatives from the UK and worldwide.
It was a very special evening and we feel extremely honoured to be present at such a prestigious event. The Baftas are the biggest night in the UK film industry, so to be a part of it was a very joyous occasion for us indeed!
344 Audio founder Alex Gregson looking sharp!
The big winner of the evening was of course 1917, which took home 7 awards, including the award for best sound. Hildur Guðnadóttir also made bafta history by becoming the first solo female to ever win in the best score category. It was also a great evening for Top Boy star Michael Ward, as he picked up the rising star award.
Our view from inside the hall
With the academy awards now just 2 weeks away, it will be interesting to see if 1917 will continue its domination in the big categories, or if it will face challenges from rival films such as The Irishman, or the dark-horse nominee Parasite.
The evening had a very cheerful atmosphere to it and felt like a fantastic celebration of the creative talent we have here in the UK and oversees. Hopefully, we will be the ones receiving an award in the not too distant future.
344 Audio is an Audio Post Production studio in Manchester.
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