You are here

British Academy Scotland Awards: Call for Entries 2019

British Academy Scotland Awards: Call for Entries 2019

17 April 2019

Entries are now being accepted for the British Academy Scotland Awards 2019.

Eligibility dates:  2 July 18 - 30 June 2019

Held annually to recognise, honour and reward Scottish individuals and productions for excellence, the British Academy Scotland Awards will take place on Sunday 3 November 2019 at the DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central.

The final deadline for submission is Monday 26 June at 5pm (entrants should endeavour to upload all video files by Wednesday 22 May when viewing will open to BAFTA Scotland members). The official list of nominees will be unveiled on Wednesday 25 September.

You can enter your film/production/game via entry.bafta.org

Categories in 2019

This year's awards will feature 17 categories.

  • Actor - Film
  • Actor - Television
  • Actress - Film
  • Actress - Television
  • Animation
  • Current Affairs
  • Director - Fiction
  • Director - Factual
  • Entertainment

  • Features/Factual Series
  • Feature Film
  • Game
  • Short Film
  • Single Documentary
  • Specialist Factual
  • Television Scripted
  • Writer - Film/Television

How to Enter

For more information on this year's categories and eligibility criteria, read the Rules & Guidelines.

For a list of the approved festivals for entry into the Feature Film and Short Film categories is available here.

If you have any issues in regards to entry submission email [email protected] 

Entry Fees

Entry fee: £125.00 + VAT per entry, per category.
SHORT FILM category: £50.00 + VAT per entry.
There is no charge to enter into the ANIMATION, GAME, ACTOR/ACTRESS FILM and ACTOR/ACTRESS TELEVISION categories.

Event: British Academy Scotland AwardsDate: Sunday 4 November 2018Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, 301 Argyle Street, GlasgowHost: Edith Bowman-Area: ReportageBAFTA/Carlo PaloniEvent: British Academy Scotland AwardsDate: Sunday 4 November 2018Venue: Radisson Blu Hotel, 301 Argyle Street, GlasgowHost: Edith Bowman-Area: ReportageBAFTA/Carlo Paloni