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Game of Thrones Season 8 wins costume and audio awards

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Game of Thrones Season 8 wins costume and audio awards

Game of Thrones has been having a good awards season with what is its final run. The latest awards news has the show winning awards for audio and costumes. Let’s get into it!

To begin with the Cinema Audio Society awards were recently announced. Game of Thrones won in the “Television Series — 1 Hour” category for “The Bells“. The winning team included Ronan Hill, Simon Kerr and Daniel Crowley; rerecording mixers Onnalee Blank and Mathew Waters; and foley mixer Brett Voss. Here are all the nominees for the category:

Game of Thrones: “The Bells”
Peaky Blinders: “Mr. Jones”
Stranger Things: “Chapter Eight: The Battle of Starcourt”
The Handmaid’s Tale: “Heroic”
Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan: “Persona Non Grata”

This does not come as a surprise given that the production quality of the show was the one aspect of Season 8 that was not criticised by fans or critics. The show was as good as ever in that aspect, and audio was definitely one of the high points.

Game of Thrones Season 8 wins costume and audio awards

Next up the costume designers Costume Designers Guild Awards word game of thrones one thanks to Michele Clapton. She took home the award for “Excellence in Sci-Fi / Fantasy Television” for the series finale, “The Iron Throne“. Here’s what the nominations looked like:

Carnival Row: “Aisling” — Joanna Eatwell
Game of Thrones: “The Iron Throne” — Michele Clapton
The Handmaid’s Tale: “Household” — Natalie Bronfman
A Series of Unfortunate Events: “Penultimate Peril: Part 2” — Cynthia Summers
Watchmen: “It’s Summer and We’re Running Out of Ice” — Sharen Davis

There’s no doubt that the costumes for Season 8 were great as well and we can safely say that Season 8 had some of the best work done by Clapton on the show.

Well, there are still a few awards left to go for this season and we are sure that Game of Thrones will lend wins in at least a few of those. What do you guys think? Talk to us in the comments down below!







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Game of Thrones star Michelle Fairley wins the coveted Brian Waddell Award

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Game of Thrones star Michelle Fairley wins the coveted Brian Waddell Award

Game of Thrones remains the most successful show to have ever filmed on television. It set the bar for television filming really high, with record viewership and budget. The fantasy series still holds the record for the most number of Emmy Awards won. The cast of the show has won a host of awards as well. Michelle Fairley, who played the brave Lady Catelyn Stark, won an award for her outstanding contribution to the broadcast industry.

Michelle won the coveted Brian Waddell Award at a virtual Royal Television Society Northern Ireland (RTS NI) awards ceremony hosted by Patrick Kielty. “I am so incredibly thankful and honoured to receive this award for outstanding contribution,” she said.

Game of Thrones star Michelle Fairley wins the coveted Brian Waddell Award

“I feel very lucky to have been given some fantastic opportunities throughout my career. And believe that my “outstanding contribution” really is just that; a contribution to fantastic productions and wonderful creative teams.”

She added, “We would be nothing in this industry without our collaborators. I m truly blessed to work alongside some of the best. Long may it continue.” 

Vikkie Taggart, Chairman of RTS NI praised the actress, “It is a real pleasure to celebrate the incredible talent of Michelle Fairley. She has won the hearts of audiences worldwide. In a glittering career spanning more than 30 years with her many accomplished performances.

Congratulations to all our winners and nominees this year. They represent the best of the bright talent in Northern Ireland.” 

Michelle Fairley highly impressed the Game of Thrones showrunners in the audition itself. Send in your love and admiration for the coveted actress in the comments below!







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Game of Thrones star Indira Varma wins Laurence Olivier award 2020

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Indira Varma talks about BLM-centred episode on her show ‘For Life'

Game of Thrones is one of the most decorated series in television history. The highly acclaimed series still holds the record for the most number of Emmy Awards won till date. The show’s cast is still winning heaps of praise and awards, showcasing their amazing talent.

Indira Varma, who played the gorgeous Ellaria Sand, the mother of the Sand Snakes, added one more award to her trophy case. Varma received the Laurence Olivier Award for the year 2020. She won the Best Supporting Actress in a play prize for Present Laughter.

Indira’s co-star for the play, Andrew Scott, won Best Actor in a Play for his performance. Other winners at the Laurence Olivier Awards 2020 included Sir Ian McKellen, Sharon D.Clarke and Adrian Scarborough. The ceremony was streamed live on YouTube due to coronavirus social distancing restrictions.

The highly talented actress was amazing as Ellaria Sand on Game of Thrones. Indira’s fans were worried back in March when she was tested positive for COVID-19. She shared the news of her Coronavirus infection on Instagram. The actress maintained self-isolation for weeks and has fully recovered since.

Indira Varma is one of the most versatile actresses in the entertainment industry. Feel free to send your best wishes and congratulate Indira in the comments below!







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Liam Cunningham Wins Inaugural Human Rights Award

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Game of Thrones actor Liam Cunningham who played the character of Davos Seaworth in the show has won the inaugural Human Rights Award. It was an important win for the actor and something which he is going to cherish for a long time. Read on.

As per Nova, Cunningham was recently bestowed upon by the award by Syrian refugee Husam Alhraki for his campaigning work on the rights of migrants and refugees. On receiving the award Cunningham felt honored and asked Europe to do more for the refugees. He said:

“It’s an honor for me to receive this award from the Irish Council for Civil Liberties, who have been working to make Ireland a freer and better country for almost half a century.
And it comes at a really important moment when Europe is literally allowing refugees to die on our borders. We need to stand up against this, to assert that Europe and Ireland we want to live in are places that offer refuge to people who need our help.”

Liam Cunningham Wins Inaugural Human Rights Award

In another interview recently, he was particularly vocal against the governments for not doing enough for this crisis. He said:

“It’s an ugly, filthy look on our government not to take care of business … we’re not doing as much as we should be doing and as much as we said we would. It’s terrible.”

Cunningham has emerged as a champion of human rights in Ireland and it is so good to see an actor stand up for a real cause.

Let us know your reactions in the comments below!







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