Content Innovation Awards 2021 Highlights

Sky, Cineflix Rights and Banijay have been revealed as the big winners at the Content Innovation Awards this evening, at an exclusive ceremony in London.

At a packed event at Church House Westminster, Sky UK took home the coveted Best Debut Drama Series Award for its hugely innovative and insightful show I Hate Suzie, along with the prize for Best Animated Kids Programme, which was won by Labuntina, and Representation On Screen, with Micah Richards: Tackling Racism.

Cineflix Rights took the Reality Show of the Year accolade for its hit show My Big Family Farm, as well as the Best Documentary Series trophy, which was won by Extra Life: A Short History of Living Longer.

The Best Documentary award was won by Banijay Rights for Inside Chernobyl With Ben Fogle, and the distributor also struck success with the Factual Entertainment Programme of the Year prize for Meerkat Manor: Rise of the Dynasty, with the award shared with YouTube Originals for its YouTube Pride 2021 show.

On the individual front, the Lifetime Achievement Award was picked up by Chris Bonney, the former CEO at Cineflix Rights, while the Outstanding Contribution to Content prize was awarded to BBC entertainment chief Kate Phillips.

Find the full list of winners here:
Check out the photo gallery from the night:
Download the winners eBook:
Watch the full live-stream of the ceremony:

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