The latest news from BAFTA in Scotland. Find out what's happening across the country - from screenings and events to the latest Academy initiatives in Film, Television and Video Games.
BAFTA Scotland launched the Cineworld Audience Award in Glasgow on Tuesday 8 October, giving Scottish film lovers their chance to choose which shortlisted film will win the coveted award at this year’s ceremony.
BAFTA Scotland has launched its annual call for entries for the British Academy Scotland Awards, inviting talent from the country’s moving image industries to submit films, documentaries, animation and games works for consideration.
BAFTA, British Council and Shooting People host are back with our popular annual all-day event on marketing and distributing your short film.
This event will take place on Tuesday 9 July at 11.00am at CCA, Glasgow.
BAFTA Scotland teams up with Glasgow Film Office to discuss Glasgow's success as an international location.
BAFTA's Short Film and Short Animation categories at the EE British Academy Film Awards celebrate and reward innovative and experimental short fiction films and animation. Join us for a screening of 2013's seven nominated films, followed by a Q&A with Will Anderson (The Making of Longbird) and Johnny Barrington (Tumult).
BAFTA Scotland, Glasgow Caledonian University and the Scottish Game Jam present an evening showcase of Scottish games talent in the Saltire Centre of Glasgow Caledonian University.
Vertigo Films are offering BAFTA in Scotland members 50 tickets to exclusive preview screenings of All Stars, with stars of the film Ashley Jensen, Akai and Theo Stevenson.
The best of Scotland's emerging screen industry talent gathered at Oran Mor on Thursday 21 March, to celebrate an outstanding selection of works from across film, television and games.
BAFTA in Scotland will be hosting a session on screenwriting at Moving Image: Scotland, on Thursday 21 February.
Billy Connolly returns home to share his life in pictures and receive his award for Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television.