About The Awards

We are delighted to announce that the host of this year’s Women in Film and Television Awards will be much loved comedian and presenter Sandi Toksvig.

The Awards, which are supported by Sky, take place at the London Hilton, Park Lane on Friday 5th December and will be attended by almost 1000 film and TV industry guests. Toksvig will oversee proceedings as awards are presented in 14 categories recognising the highest achievements of women in creative media in the UK.

Toksvig commented: “I'm delighted to be hosting this year's awards. It's always both jolly and invigorating to meet so many fabulous women in the industry.”

Toksvig is perhaps best known as the host of Radio 4s The News Quiz and as a regular guest on TV panel show QI. Most recently she has hosted Antiques Master, 1001 Things You Should Know and currently 15-1. She has also had acting cameos in Call the Midwife and Up the Women.

Toksvig has also produced television. The current Playhouse Presents strand on Sky Arts was conceived by her and she produced and wrote much of the content for the first three years. She has written over twenty books including fact and fiction for both children and adults. Her latest stage play, Bully Boy, was the opening production of London’s newest theatre, the St James. The piece has just concluded a successful run in Copenhagen.

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Clio Barnard collecting the Deluxe Digital Cinema Director Award 2013

Who won in 2013?

The winners:
The Barclays Business Award: Danielle Lux
The FremantleMedia UK New Talent Award: Kelly Marcel
The Panalux Craft Award: Julie Ritson
The BBC News and Factual Award: Anna Hall
The Film Finances Project Management Award: Rosa Romero
The NEP Visions Presenter Award: Mary Beard
The Deluxe Digital Cinema Director Award: Clio Barnard
The Creative Skillset Inspirational Woman Award: Ronke Phillips
The Technicolor Writing Award: Sally Wainwright
The ENVY Producer Award: Pippa Harris
The MAC Best Performance Award: Sheridan Smith    
The ITV Studios Achievement of the Year Award: Penny Woolcock
The Argonon Contribution to the Medium Award: Penny Eyles
The EON Lifetime Achievement Award: Angela Rippon 

Presenters included Peter Capaldi, Ken Loach and Julie Walters. 

If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities, or other ways you can get involved with the WFTV Awards, from advertising to providing goody bag gifts, please contact Kate Kinninmont, CEO, via kate@wftv.org.uk or call 020 7287 1400.