Bafta Scotland

British Academy Scotland Awards Winners in 2012

18 November 12

The official list of nominees and winners for the 2012 British Academy Scotland Awards which took place on Sunday 18 November.

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Outstanding Contribution to Television and Film Award

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Billy Connolly

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Actor/Actress - Film

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BAFTA mask Winner: PAUL BRANNIGAN
The Angels’ Share
Sixteen Films & Entertainment One

JAMES COSMO
Citadel
Blinder Films & Sigma Films

SIOBHAN REILLY
The Angels’ Share
Sixteen Films & Entertainment One

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Actor/Actress - Television

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BAFTA mask Winner: GREGOR FISHER
Rab C Nesbitt
Directed and Produced by Colin Gilbert
Comedy Unit for BBC Scotland

IAIN DE CAESTECKER
Young James Herriot
Directed by Michael Keillor
Produced by Alan J. Wands
Shed Media for BBC Scotland

ELAINE C SMITH
Rab C Nesbitt
Directed and Produced by Colin Gilbert
Comedy Unit for BBC Scotland

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Animation

BAFTA mask Winner: THE MAKING OF LONGBIRD
Directed by Will Anderson
Produced by Donald Holwill
Edinburgh College of Art (eca)

ALL THAT GLISTERS
Directed and Produced by Claire Lamond
Edinburgh College of Art (eca)

I AM TOM MOODY
Directed by Ainslie Henderson
Edinburgh College of Art (eca)

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Comedy Entertainment Programme

BAFTA mask Winner: MRS BROWN’S BOYS
Directed by Ben Kellett
Produced by Stephen McCrum
BBC Scotland in association with BocPix

KEVIN BRIDGES: WHAT’S THE STORY?
Directed by Chris Cottam
Produced by Graeme Hart
Open Mike Scotland for BBC

SWEET DREAMS – SGEULACHD PATSY CLINE
Directed by Morag Fullarton & Steven Mochrie
Produced by Patsi MacKenzie
Sorbier Productions for BBC ALBA

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Current Affairs

BAFTA mask Winner: RANGERS – THE MEN WHO SOLD THE JERSEYS
Directed and Produced by Murdoch Rodgers
BBC Scotland

EÒRPA
Directed by Cailean MacLeoid
Produced by Hedda NicLeod
BBC Alba

TRAVELLERS
Directed by Peter Wolsey
Produced by Terry Wolsey
Eyeline Media for BBC Scotland

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Director

BAFTA mask Winner: ZAM SALIM
Up There
Wilder Films, BBC Films & Eyeline Entertainment

MARK COUSINS
What is This Film Called Love?
4Way Pictures Scotland

MICHAEL KEILLOR
Young James Herriot
Shed Media for BBC Scotland

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Factual Series

BAFTA mask Winner: AFGHANISTAN: THE GREAT GAME, A PERSONAL VIEW BY RORY STEWART
Directed by Iain Scollay and Olly Lambert
Produced by Iain Scollay and Ross Wilson
Matchlight for BBC Scotland

THE LAST EXPLORERS: LIVINGSTONE
Directed and Produced by Phil Cairney
BBC Scotland

THE STORY OF FILM: AN ODYSSEY
Directed by Mark Cousins
Produced by John Archer
Hopscotch Films for MORE4

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Features/ Factual Entertainment

BAFTA mask Winner: ANTIQUES ROAD TRIP
Directed and Produced by Duncan Barnes & Oli Sloane
Executive Producer, Wendy Rattray; Series Producer, Paul Tucker
STV Productions for BBC

BANK OF DAVE
Directed and Produced by Ian Lilley
Finestripe Productions for Channel 4

ROBSON’S EXTREME FISHING CHALLENGE
Directed by Alistair Smith
Produced by Gerard Costello
IWC Media for Channel 5

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Feature Film

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BAFTA mask Winner: UP THERE
Directed by Zam Salim
Produced by Annalise Davis
Wilder Films, BBC Films & Eyeline Entertainment

THE ANGELS’ SHARE
Directed by Ken Loach
Produced by Rebecca O’Brien
Sixteen Films & Entertainment One

CITADEL
Directed by Ciaran Foy
Produced by Brian Coffey & Katie Holly
Blinder Films & Sigma Films

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Game

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BAFTA mask Winner: BAD HOTEL
Lucky Frame

GOLF SQUARED
Dynamo Games

IBOMBER DEFENSE PACIFIC
Cobra Mobile

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Single Documentary

BAFTA mask Winner: AFTERLIFE: THE STRANGE SCIENCE OF DECAY
Directed and Produced by Fred Hepburn
BBC Scotland for BBC Four

A LIFE THROUGH THE LENS: DAVID PEAT
Directed by Louise Lockwood
Produced by Tony Nellany
BBC Scotland

RBS: INSIDE THE BANK THAT RAN OUT OF MONEY
Directed by Colin Murray
Produced by Colin Murray & Tony Nellany
BBC Scotland

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Writer

BAFTA mask Winner: PAUL LAVERTY
The Angels’ Share
Sixteen Films & Entertainment One

KEVIN BRIDGES
Kevin Bridges: What’s The Story?
Open Mike Scotland for BBC

LOUISE IRONSIDE
Lip Service
Kudos Film and Television for BBC Scotland

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Awards For Special Achievement in 2012

BAFTA maskChris Young (Producer)
THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE

BAFTA maskCallum Macrae (Director)
SRI LANKA’S KILLING FIELDS

BAFTA maskPaul Mcguigan (Director)
SHERLOCK

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Outstanding Contribution To Broadcasting

BAFTA maskStuart Cosgrove

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Outstanding Contribution For Craft In memory of Robert McCann

BAFTA maskTrisha Biggar

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