Cardiff-based Bang Post Production has won a Creative Arts Emmy for its work on BBC’s Sherlock series. The Emmy was awarded for ‘Outstanding sound editing in a mini series or movie’ and was up against American Horror Story: Coven, Bonny and Clyde, Fargo, Klondike and Mob City.
Bang Post Production is the first Welsh company to win an Emmy in the category.
Economy Minister Edwina Hart congratulated the team on their success in winning an Emmy. She commented: “This is a considerable achievement and quite a coup for Bang Post Production and the creative sector in Wales. Sherlock is one of very many ‘made in Wales’ high profile international success stories and I am delighted Bang Post Production’s contribution has been recognised in this manner.”
Bang Post Production co-founder Paul McFadden said: “Winning an Emmy is fantastic for our business especially as we were pitted against some serious competition and will help raise our profile considerably. It was a tremendous experience going out to LA which also gave us the opportunity to network, set up meetings with other film companies that will hopefully result in further work for us.”