20 rising stars from the U.K.’s film, TV and video game industries are set to take part in the British Academy’s annual talent scheme.

The British Academy has unveiled 2019’s crop of BAFTA Breakthrough Brits, 20 rising names across the U.K.’s film, TV and video games industries now set to take part in its annual talent scheme. 

This year in partnership with Netflix for the first time, the latest list includes Laurie Nunn, the creator and showrunner of the streamer’s hit series Sex Education, and Luke Hull, production designer on HBO/Sky Emmy-winning series Chernobyl, alongside 18 other actors, directors, producers, editors, writers, and art directors.

They follow in the footsteps of previous Breakthrough Brits such as

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