Bros: After the Screaming Stops has won Best Documentary at the National Film Awards 2019 and is among the factual series and documentaries to score nominations from the British Academy Television Craft Awards this year.

The awards, which honor the best behind-the-scenes talent working in television in the UK in 2018, include categories for factual editing, photography, sound and director.

Leading the way with three nominations this year is Joe Pearlman and David Soutar’s feature-length documentary Bros: After the Screaming Stops (pictured). The critically-acclaimed 98-minute film documents the rise and fall of English pop band Bros, consisting of twins Matt and Luke Goss, as they navigate through rehearsals and preparation for their sell-out reunion concerts at London’s O2 Arena in August 2017.

Bros: After the Screaming Stops is nominated across the categories of Specialist Factual, Director: Factual, and Editing: Factual.