Killing Eve's Holmes & Ciancia win at BAFTA TV Craft Awards

Updated: Jul 20, 2020

It was the BAFTA TV Craft Awards last night and what we're interested in is who won the award for Original Music.

Last night was an interesting night for Television - it was the BAFTA TV Craft Awards in celebration of the best behind-the-scenes TV talent.


Winning the award for Original Music was David Holmes and Keefus Ciancia for their score for high popular British drama Killing Eve. Holmes has previously won awards for his scores for Oceans Eleven and Oceans Twelve, and you may also know him for Death and Nightingales (2018) and London Spy (2015). Whereas you may know Ciancia for his work on True Detective (2019), The Fall (2014-2016) and Nashville (2012-2013).


Beating such competition as Cho Young-Wuk for The Little Drummer Girl, Murray Gold for A Very English Scandal and Hauschka for Patrick Melrose, Ciancia and Holmes are worthy winners of this honourable award. The soundtrack, however, is not currently available. Read more about the soundtrack's creation here.

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