Grierson Awards

Paul Holland, editor on Eps 1 and 2 of  Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed the World which is in the Best Music Documentary category.

Graham Taylor already has a few Grierson Award nominations under his belt and this year is no exception with FIFA Uncovered for Netflix nominated in the Best Sports Documentary category.

My Dead Body for Channel 4 is in the Best Science Documentary category. Well done to Matt Lowe who worked on this critically acclaimed, ground-breaking documentary with Director Sophie Robinson.

Trainwreck: Woodstock ’99 – You Can’t Stop a Riot in the 90s for Netflix has been nominated in the Best Entertaining Documentary. Chris Duveen worked on this one along with Assistant Editor Bahader Mattu

Congratulations to Charlie Webb who was one of the editors on Freddie Flintoff’s Field of Dreams for BBC One which is in the Best Contracted Documentary Series.  

The Crossing for ITV has already won an RTS and been nominanated for a BAFTA. It was edited by Ella Newton and is in the Best Current Affairs Documentary. Ella also edited Big Oil vs the World – Denial for BBC2 which is in the Best Natural History or Environmental Documentary. A huge congratulations to the teams involved on these two multiple-award winning documentaries.

Ben Burgess, Gwyn Moxham and Chris Naggs all enjoyed editing The Rap Game for BBC3 which is in the Best Constructed or Formatted Documentary Series.

Finally, Race Across the World for BBC One is in the Best Constructed or Formatted Documentary Series. Congratulations to Simon Holmes who was one of the editors on the team!

Congratulations again to all the nominees!  The winners will be revealed at the ceremony, hosted by Nish Kumar on the 9th November. We can’t wait!