Apple has earned two 2022 BAFTA TV Awards for documentary special “9/11: Inside the President’s War Room” and music docuseries “1971: The Year That Music Changed Everything,” all currently streaming on Apple TV+.
The BAFTA TV Awards honor the best British programs, performances and productions each year. The documentary special “9/11: Inside the President’s War Room” earned the BAFTA TV Award for Editing: Factual, and the music docuseries “1971: The Year Music Changed Everything” landed the BAFTA TV Award for Sound: Factual.
This marks Apple’s first BAFTA TV Awards wins and follows a string of accolades for Apple Original films, documentaries, and series earning 243 wins and 961 award nominations, including this year’s Oscar Best Picture winner “CODA.”
In total, Apple TV+ landed two 2022 BAFTA TV Awards:
- Editing: Factual – Danny Collins and Mark Hammill, “9/11: Inside the President’s War Room”
- Sound: Factual – Stephen Griffiths, Andy Shelley, Nas Parkash, Dan Johnson, Tae Hak Kim and Claire Ellis, “1971: The Year Music Changed Everything”
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