The British Screenwriters' Awards 2015

The Second British Screenwriters’ Awards took place in October 2015. The Nominations are listed below with winners in red.

Outstanding New Talent in British Television Writing
  • ‘Not Safe for Work’ by DC Moore
  • ‘Prey’ by Chris Lunt
  • ‘Cyberbully’ by David Lobatto / Ben Chanan
  • ‘Our World War’ by Joe Barton / Marco Crivellari

Outstanding Newcomer for
British Feature Film Writing
  • ‘71’ by Gregory Burke
  • ‘The Falling’ by Carol Morley
  • ‘Suite Francaise’ by Matt Charman / Saul Dibb
  • ‘X+Y’ by James Graham

Best British TV Drama Writing
  • ‘Humans’ by Joe Barton, Jonathan Brackley, Sam Vincent and Emily Ballou
  • ‘The Missing’ by Harry Williams and Jack Williams
  • ‘Call the Midwife’ by Heidi Thomas
  • ‘Sherlock’ by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat

Best British Feature Film
  • ‘Ex Machina’ by Alex Garland
  • ‘Far from the Madding Crowd’ by David Nicholls
  • ‘Paddington’ by Paul King
  • ‘Kajaki’ by Tom Williams

Best British Children’s Television
  • ‘Wolfblood’ by Debbie Moon, Sophie Petzal, James Whitehouse and Hannah George, Catrin Clarke, Paul Mousley, Neil Jones and Lee Walters
  • ‘Katie Morag’ by Sergio Casci, Martin McCardie, Stuart Hepburn, Linda Cameron
  • ‘Harriet’s Army’ by Guy Burt
  • ‘Eve’ by Emma Reeves, Andrew Yerlett, Joe Williams, Ann Marie Di Mambro, Vivien Adam and Kirstie Swain

Best British Crime Writing

  • ‘Peaky Blinders’ by Steven Knight
  • ‘The Fall’ by Allan Cubitt
  • ‘The Game’ by Toby Whithouse, Sarah Dollard and Debbie O’Malley
  • ‘Broadchurch’ by Chris Chibnall

Lifetime Achievement Award
  • Steven Moffat, for Dr Who and Sherlock, presented by Mark Gatiss

The Create50 Awards ‘Moments of Courage and Kindness’
  • ‘Late Request’ by Phil Peel
  • ‘Psukhe’ by Vera Mark
  • ‘As Lao Tzu Says’ by Alexis Howell-Jones