Family feature will go head-to-head with Under The Skin and Pride.


Jonathan Glazer’s dark sci-fi Under The Skin, starring Scarlett Johansson, is to go up against family comedy Paddington and gay/miners strike feature Pride at the UK’s South Bank Sky Arts Awards.

The awards, which announced its nominees today, will be hosted by Melvyn Gregg in London on June 7.

The TV comedy category will see Michael Winterbottom’s The Trip to Italy, starring Steve Coogan and Rob Brydon, go up against BBC satire W1A, and Sky Living’s Doll & Em. A film version of The Trip To Italy premiered at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.

The TV drama category includes Golden Globe winner The Honourable Woman starring Maggie Gyllenhaal, which will compete against crime drama Line of Duty and Happy Valley.

Full list of nominees

A Dream within a Midsummer Night’s Dream - Ballet Black
Lest We Forget - English National Ballet
The Winter’s Tale - The Royal Ballet

Die Frau Ohne Schatten - The Royal Opera House
Moses Und Aron - Welsh National Opera
Khovanskygate: A National Enquiry- Birmingham Opera Company

Do No Harm: Stories of Life, Death and Brain Surgery - Henry Marsh
H is for Hawk - Helen MacDonald
Us - David Nicholls

LP1 - FKA Twigs
Dead - Young Fathers
In The Lonely Hour - Sam Smith


Under the Skin

Visual Art
Dock, Tate Britain - Phyllida Barlow
Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red - Artist Paul Cummins, installation designed by Tom Piper, Tower of London
Who Are You? Channel 4 and National Portrait Gallery - Grayson Perry

Doll & Em - Sky Living
W1A - BBC Two
The Trip to Italy - BBC Two

TV Drama
Line of Duty, Series 2 - BBC Two
Happy Valley - BBC One
The Honourable Woman - BBC Two

A View from the Bridge - Young Vic
King Charles III - Almeida Theatre / Wyndham’s Theatre
Henry IV - Donmar Warehouse

40 Years Young - Arditti Quartet
The Birmingham Beethoven Cycle: Symphonies 8 & 9 -City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
Peter Maxwell Davies’ Symphony No. 10, Alla ricerca di Borromini - London Symphony Orchestra