The British Academy of Film and Television Arts in Scotland, BAFTA Scotland, has announced the winners of this year’s British Academy Scotland Awards at a glamourous red-carpet ceremony in the DoubleTree by Hilton, Glasgow Central.
Glasgow, Sunday 3 November: The British Academy of Film and Television Arts in Scotland, BAFTA Scotland, has announced the winners of this year’s British Academy Scotland Awards at a glamourous red carpet ceremony in the DoubleTree by Hilton Glasgow Central.
Hosted by Edith Bowman, the awards celebrated the very best in film, games and television produced over the last year in Scotland, with Mark Bonnar, Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan and Derry Girls’ Saoirse-Monica Jackson and Nicola Coughlan; among the fantastic guests handing out the coveted awards on the night.
The award for Outstanding Contribution to Television went to the creative team behind Still Game and was presented by Martin Compston and David Hayman who have both appeared in the award-winning sitcom, with tributes from Greg McHugh, Lorraine Kelly, Jackie Bird and Scotland’s First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon.
Also receiving special recognition on the evening was Script Supervisor Pat Rambaut who was honoured for Outstanding Contribution to Craft (in Memory of Robert McCann). The award was presented by Iain Smith OBE with tributes from Lord David Puttnam, David Hayman and last year’s Outstanding Contribution honouree Paddy Higson.
In competitive categories, Wild Rose was the nights’ biggest winner picking up three awards. The film triumphed in Feature Film and also saw Nicole Taylor pick up the Writer Film/Television award, supported by Screen Scotland, while Jessie Buckley won in this year’s Actress Film category.
Murder Case scooped two awards, taking home the Features & Factual Series prize with Director Factual awarded to Matt Pinder, while Jon. S. Baird (Stan & Ollie) was awarded Director Fiction, sponsored by Champagne Taittinger.
Lorn Macdonald (Beats) took home this year’s Actor Film award, sponsored by Audi UK, with Alex Ferns (Chernobyl) picking up Actor Television, while Kelly Macdonald (The Victim) won this year’s Actress Television award, with The Cry awarded the Television Scripted prize.
Yes/No: Inside the Indyref won in Specialist Factual while Real Kashmir F.C. was awarded the Single Documentary prize. Taking home the award for Current Affairs was Disclosure: Who Killed Emma?
Observation received the award for Game, with Short Film won by That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore. Entertainment was scooped by Last Commanders and this year’s Animation category was won by Love, Death & Robots - Helping Hand.
Jude MacLaverty, Director of BAFTA Scotland, said: “It has been a fantastic evening celebrating the very best of Scottish creative talent in Scotland across the film, games, and television industries. We are thrilled to celebrate the inspiring work that’s being produced in Scotland, and the fact that so much Scottish talent is being recognised internationally in the screen industries. We would like to offer our warmest congratulations to all our worthy winners and nominees.”
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BRITISH ACADEMY SCOTLAND AWARDS 2019:
ACTOR FILM sponsored by Audi UK
JACK LOWDEN Mary Queen of Scots
LORN MACDONALD Beats
PETER MULLAN The Vanishing
ALEX FERNS Chernobyl
NCUTI GATWA Sex Education
RICHARD MADDEN Bodyguard
JESSIE BUCKLEY Wild Rose
SHIRLEY HENDERSON Stan & Ollie
FLORENCE PUGH Outlaw King
MORVEN CHRISTIE The Bay
JENNA COLEMAN The Cry
KELLY MACDONALD The Victim
4:3 Ross Hogg, Robbie Gunn
THE FABRIC OF YOU Josephine Lohoar Self, Calum Hart, Reetta Tihinen
LOVE, DEATH & ROBOTS - HELPING HAND Jon Yeo, Caleb Bouchard
DISCLOSURE: CAN CANNABIS SAVE MY CHILD? Production Team - BBC Scotland/BBC One Scotland
DISCLOSURE: SUFFER THE CHILDREN Production Team - BBC Scotland/BBC One Scotland
DISCLOSURE: WHO KILLED EMMA? Production Team - BBC Scotland/BBC One Scotland
DIRECTOR - FACTUAL
GREG CLARK Real Kashmir F.C.
LOUISE LOCKWOOD imagine… Hockney, the Queen and the Royal Peculiar
MATT PINDER Murder Case
DIRECTOR – FICTION sponsored by Champagne Taittinger
JON S. BAIRD Stan & Ollie
JOHNNY KENTON Endeavour
BRIAN WELSH Beats
THE DOG ATE MY HOMEWORK Production Team - BBC Children’s/CBBC
HOGMANAY LIVE Production Team - BBC Scotland/BBC One Scotland
LAST COMMANDERS Toby Stevens, Louise Brown, Ryan Meloy – OMG Scotland/CBBC
FREEDOM FIELDS Naziha Arebi, Flore Cosquer
ONLY YOU Production Team
WILD ROSE Tom Harper, Nicole Taylor, Faye Ward
FEATURES & FACTUAL SERIES
GETTING HITCHED: ASIAN STYLE Production Team - Firecracker Scotland/BBC One Scotland
MURDER CASE Matt Pinder, Iain Scollay, Audrey McColligan, Paul McGinness - Firecrest Films/BBC Scotland
ROGUE TO WRESTLER Production Team - Firecracker Scotland/BBC One Scotland
BLOONS ADVENTURE TIME TD Production Team - Ninja Kiwi
OBSERVATION Production Team - No Code
SOCKETEER Tom Goodchild - Ice BEAM
JEALOUS ALAN Martin Clark, James Heath
RED HILL Laura Carreira, Ramón Durman, Billy Mack
THAT JOKE ISN'T FUNNY ANYMORE Hannah Currie, Beth Allan
THE BANK THAT ALMOST BROKE BRITAIN Michael McAvoy, Leo Burley, Lotte Murphy-Johnson - STV Productions/BBC Two
IN SIGHT OF HOME - THE IOLAIRE Production Team - BBC Scotland/BBC Two Scotland
REAL KASHMIR F.C. Production Team - Matchlight, Bodhi Media/BBC Scotland
SPECIALIST FACTUAL sponsored by Deloitte
FASHION'S DIRTY SECRETS Wendy Rattray, Ted Oakes, Emeka Onono, Allanah Langstaff - Hello Halo Productions, Oak Island Films/BBC One
THE FLU THAT KILLED 50 MILLION Production Team - BBC Studios PQP/BBC Two
YES/NO: INSIDE THE INDYREF Michael McAvoy, Stephen McGinty, Paul Mitchell - STV Productions/BBC Scotland
THE CRY Claire Mundell, Jacquelin Perske, Brian Kaczynski, Glendyn Ivin - Synchronicity Films/BBC One
TWO DOORS DOWN Sasha Ransome, Catherine Gosling Fuller, Simon Carlyle, Gregor Sharp - BBC Studios Scotland/BBC Two
THE VICTIM Niall MacCormack, Rob Williams, Jenny Frayn, Sarah Brown - STV Productions/BBC One
WRITER FILM/TELEVISION supported by Screen Scotland
JACQUELIN PERSKE The Cry
KIRSTIE SWAIN Pure
NICOLE TAYLOR Wild Rose
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BAFTA Scotland has been championing the country’s film, games and television industries since 1989, celebrating and rewarding excellence through its annual British Academy Scotland Awards. BAFTA Scotland is at the core of Scotland’s screen industries, regularly engaging its members and the wider industry while reaching out to the public via a comprehensive range of screenings, educational events and masterclasses, including the annual Guru Live Glasgow event, an opportunity for the public and emerging talent to be inspired by a series of masterclasses and panels with industry professionals. For more, visit www.bafta.org/scotland