'‘Aftersun’ Wins Three Craft Prizes at British Independent Film

Craft Prizes at British Independent Film

Charlotte Wells’

“Aftersun” has picked up three craft prizes from the British Independent Film Awards

Best casting

went to ten-time BIFA nominee Shaheen Baig for “Blue Jean

” The 1980s-set

film, which follows a young schoolteacher forced to lead a double life, has been nominated

Elsewhere, with

nine nominations this year, including best British independent film, Oliver Hermanus’ “Living” received best production

Sebastián Lelio’s

19th century-set thriller “The Wonder,” which received 12 nominations, won best original music for

Harris Goes

to Paris,” which stars Lesley Manville as a woman following her dream to own a

Best effects

went to David Simpson for his work on “Men,” Alex Garland’s psychological horror-thriller starring

Eugene Souleiman

and Scarlett O’Connell won best make-up and hair design for “Medusa Deluxe,” Thomas Hardiman’

Finally, “Flux

Gourmet,” Peter Strickland’s tale of power, ego and stomach issues in the world of

The nominations

and winners were chosen by BIFA voters over the course of three rounds of viewing,

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