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Meet the 2017 Women in Film and Television Award Winners

WFTV Awards host, Sandi Toksvig.

Pre-Awards entertainment from the cast of hit musical, Five Guys Named Moe.

Pre-Awards entertainment from the cast of hit musical, Five Guys Named Moe.

Channel 4 News presenter Krishnan Guru Murthy, who picked up The ITV Studios Achievement of the Year Award on behalf of Syrian citizen journalist, Waad Al Kateab

Winner of The Barclays Business Award Jane Root, founder of independent production company Nutopia.

Camerawoman Susan Stein, who won The Panalux Craft Award.

Winner of The News and Factual Award, documentary producer and executive producer Elhum Shakerifar.

Actor and co-writer of This Country Daisy May Cooper, winner of The FremantleMedia UK New Talent Award at the WFTV Awards in December 2017.

Winner of The Film Finances Project Management Award Marianne Jenkins, with presenter Henry Cavill.

Moorside and Game of Thrones actor Gemma Whelan, winner of the MAC Best Performance Award which was presented to her by Wunmi Mosaku.

The Technicolor Creative Technology Award winner was Three Girls editor, Úna Ní Dhonghaíle. She was presented her award by The Crown actor Pip Torrens.

Winner of the Deluxe Director Award, Philippa Lowthorpe for her work on BBC drama Three Girls.

Sue Hogg, producer of Three Girls won The ENVY Producer Award and was presented her award vase by actor Lesley Sharp.

For the first time in 27 years of the WFTV Awards, 4 winners were recognised for their work on a single programme - Three Girls.

The Argonon Contribution to the Medium Award winner, Red Production Company founder Nicola Shindler, with Actor Suranne Jones who presented her with the Award.

The EON Productions Lifetime Achievement Award winner, actor Celia Imrie. She was presented her Award by fellow-actor and friend, Timothy Spall.

The EON Productions Lifetime Achievement Award winner, actor Celia Imrie who was recognised for a career spanning more than 40 years.

WFTV Chair, Cassandra Sigsgaard delivering the welcome address.

WFTV Chair, Cassandra Sigsgaard delivering the welcome address.