The BAFTA Scotland Awards took place at the Glasgow Science Centre last night in front of an audience of over 500.
Political satire, In the Loop, which had its European premiere at the Glasgow Film Festival, was the big winner of the night, scooping each of the three awards for which it was shortlisted, including the Acting in Film Bafta for Peter Capaldi.
Among the other winners was Robert Carlyle, who beat Dr Who actor, David Tennant, to take the title of Best Acting Performance in Television for a Male. And congratulations to Justin Molotnikov’s ‘Crying With Laughter’ which was supported by Glasgow Film Office, took the best feature film.
Helen Anderson, director of BAFTA Scotland said: “This has been a great night for the industry coming together and demonstrating the breadth of talent the country has. I hope tonight’s awards have inspired the winners, nominees and indeed new talent to continue making excellent work.”