Michaela Coel’s “I May Destroy You” and Steve McQueen’s “Small Axe” were the big winners at the British Academy of Film and Television Arts’ (BAFTA) TV Craft Awards.

BBC/HBO’s “I May Destroy You” won the key awards of director, fiction, editing, fiction and writer, drama. BBC/Amazon’s “Small Axe” had the most wins with five BAFTAs, including for make up and hair design, costume design, production design, photography and lighting, fiction and for scripted casting.

The BBC’s “Lee Miller – A Life on the Front Line” and “His Dark Materials” won two BAFTAs each.

“Small Axe” had nine nominations, while “I May Destroy You” had five. Netflix’s popular Royal drama “The Crown” was shut out, despite having six nominations going in.

The ceremony was broadcast live on BAFTA’s social channels on Monday and hosted by actor and writer Gbemisola Ikumelo (“Famalam”).

The Television Awards ceremony takes place June 6 on BBC One.

BRITISH ACADEMY TELEVISION CRAFT AWARDS 2021 WINNERS

EMERGING TALENT: FICTION – Sponsored by Sara Putt Associates

Georgi Banks-Davies (Director) “I Hate Suzie” – Bad Wolf/Sky Atlantic

EMERGING TALENT: FACTUAL

Marian Mohamed (Director) “Defending Digga D” – Lambent Productions/BBC Three

COSTUME DESIGN

Jacqueline Durran, “Small Axe” – Turbine Studios, Lammas Park/BBC One

DIRECTOR: FACTUAL

Teresa Griffiths, “Lee Miller – A Life on the Front Line” – Erica Starling Productions & Ronachan Films/BBC Two

DIRECTOR: FICTION – Sponsored by 3 Mills Studios

Michaela Coel, Sam Miller, “I May Destroy You” – Various Artists, FALKNA/BBC One

DIRECTOR: MULTI-CAMERA

Marcus Viner “ENO’s Drive & Live”: “La Bohème – Somethin’ Else,” ENO/Sky Arts

EDITING: FACTUAL – Sponsored by Adobe

Claire Guillon, ‘Lee Miller – A Life on the Front Line” – Erica Starling Productions, Ronachan Films/BBC Two

EDITING: FICTION – Sponsored by Adobe

Editing Team, “I May Destroy You” – Various Artists, FALKNA/BBC One

ENTERTAINMENT CRAFT TEAM – Sponsored by Hotcam

Mark Busk-Cowley, Roy Callow, Steve Kruger, Andy Milligan, James Tinsley, Mathieu Weekes, “I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!” – ITV Studios/ITV

MAKE-UP & HAIR DESIGN

Jojo Williams, “Small Axe” – Turbine Studios, Lammas Park/BBC One

ORIGINAL MUSIC

Harry Escott, “Roadkill” -The Forge Entertainment/BBC One

PHOTOGRAPHY: FACTUAL – Sponsored by The Farm

Johnny Shipley, Drone Camera Team, John Livesey, “The Great Mountain Sheep Gather” – Windfall Films/BBC Four

PHOTOGRAPHY & LIGHTING: FICTION – Sponsored by ScreenSkills High-end Television Skills Fund

Shabier Kirchner “Small Axe” – Turbine Studios, Lammas Park/BBC One

PRODUCTION DESIGN – Sponsored by Microsoft

Helen Scott, “Small Axe” -Turbine Studios, Lammas Park/BBC One

SCRIPTED CASTING – Sponsored by Spotlight

Gary Davy “Small Axe” – Turbine Studios, Lammas Park/BBC One

SOUND: FACTUAL

Nick Fry, Steve Speed, James Evans, Hugh Dwan, “Formula 1: Drive to Survive” – Box to Box Films/Netflix

SOUND: FICTION

Jon Thomas, Gareth Bull, James Ridgway, Dillon Bennett, Eilam Hoffman, “His Dark Materials” (episode 7) – Bad Wolf/BBC One

SPECIAL, VISUAL & GRAPHIC EFFECTS

Russell Dodgson, James Whitlam, Jean-Clement Soret, Robert Harrington, Dan May, Brian Fisher, “His Dark Materials” – Bad Wolf/BBC One

TITLES & GRAPHIC IDENTITY

Nic Benns, Miki Kato, “Fear City: New York vs The Mafia” – A RAW and Brillstein Entertainment Partners Production/Netflix

WRITER: COMEDY

Sophie Willan, “Alma’s Not Normal” – Expectation Entertainment/BBC Two

WRITER: DRAMA

Michaela Coel, “I May Destroy You” – Various Artists, FALKNA/BBC One