This week BAFTA revealed the latest cohort for their Breakthrough Brits initiative. They are some of the most promising young British talents, with a solid body of work already, who will become part of an ongoing programme which celebrates and champions their work in the future.

Below we present our interviews with some of the 2019 BAFTA Breakthrough Brits. Scott Davis spoke to Laurie Nunn (Creator Sex Education), Luke Hull (Production Designer – Chernobyl), actors Abubakar Salim, Niamh Algar and Saint Maud Writer/Director Rose Glass and Producer Oliver Kassman.

You can see those interviews, and the full list of the 2019 Bafta Breakthrough Brits, below.

2019 BAFTA Breakthrough Brits

Abubakar Salim – Actor (Raised By Wolves)
Chance Perdomo – Actor (Chilling Adventures of Sabrina)
Chris Cox – Art Director (Ordia)
Coco Jackson – Producer (Dancing On Ice)
Daniel Dewsbury – Director (The Mighty Redcar)
Gemma Langford – Writer / Indie Games Studio Manager (Overcooked 2)
Jen Kenwood – Producer (Pure)
Kayleigh Llewellyn – Writer (In My Skin)
Kirstie Swain – Writer (Pure)
Laurie Nunn – Screenwriter (Sex Education)
Lesleyann White – Principal Quality Analyst (Sunless Skies)
Liam de Valmency – Senior Principal Programmer (Dreams)
Luke Hull – Production Designer (Chernobyl)
Niamh Algar – Actor (Calm with Horses)
Oliver Kassman – Producer (Saint Maud)
Rose Glass – Director / Writer (Saint Maud)
Sarah Brocklehurst – Producer (Animals)
Simon McMahon – Film Editor (For Sama)
Stella Corradi – Director (Trigonometry)
Vicky Knight – Actor (Dirty God)