SCREEN DAILY: “For Those in Peril” wins at BAFTA Scotland awards

For Those in Peril and Screen Star of Tomorrow George Mackay picked up top awards.

Paul Wright’s For Those In Peril, about a young man in a Scottish fishing village reeling after a tragic accident, did the double at the BAFTA Scotland Awards 2013 last night.

At a ceremony in Glasgow, honouring both Scottish productions as well as Scottish talent working in other UK productions, lead actor George Mackay picked up the coveted best actor/actress in film award.

The film, which was selected for Cannes Critics’ Week, also won best film beating competition from documentaryFire in the Night and ganger feature The Wee Man.

However, both runners-up picked up separate awards withFire In the Night winning best single documentary andThe Wee Man picking up the BAFTA Scotland Cineworld Audience Award, voted for by the public.

Emma Davie and Morag Mckinnon both collected the best director award for I Am Breathing, their documentary about the last months of Neil Platt, a young father with motor neuron disease.

The line-up of presenters saw Brian Cox and Kelly Macdonald join host Edith Bowman at Glasgow’s Radisson Blu Hotel.

Alan de Pellette, acting director Bafta Scotland, said: “The quality and range in this year’s British Academy Scotland Awards reflects the sheer breadth of content being created in Scotland across film, television and games.

“The work celebrated is inspiring to all of us working in the screen industries and it’s great to see so much talent being recognised tonight. Congratulations to all of our very worthy winners.”

FULL LIST OF WINNERS

Actor/Actress Film
George Mackay, For Those in Peril
Warp X

Actor/Actress Television
Peter Mullan, The Fear
World Productions Ltd for Channel 4

Animation
Hart’s Desire, Gavin C Robinson

Children’s Programme
Comic Relief Does Glee Club Live Final
Chris Hulme, Yvonne Jennings, Julie Kelling
BBC Scotland for CBBC

Comedy/Entertainment Programme
Limmy’s Show
Rab Christie, Brian Limond, Jacqueline Sinclair
Comedy Unit for BBC Scotland

Current Affairs
Sins Of Our Fathers
Mark Daly, Peter Macrae, Murdoch Rodgers
BBC Scotland

Director
Emma Davie & Morag Mckinnon
I Am Breathing
Scottish Documentary Institute & Danish Documentary Production

Factual Series
Operation Iceberg
Matt Barrett, Louise Ferguson, Mark Hedgecoe, Andrew Thompson
BBC Scotland for BBC Two

Features/Factual Entertainment
Bank Of Dave – Fighting The Fat Cats
Ian Lilley, Katie Lander
Finestripe Productions for Channel 4

Feature Film
For Those In Peril
Mary Burke, Polly Stokes, Paul Wright
Warp X

Game
Coolson’s Artisanal Chocolate Alphabet
Things Made Out Of Other Things

Single Documentary
Fire In The Night
Michael McAvoy, Alan Clements, Anthony Wonke
STV Productions and Berriff McGinty Films for BBC Scotland

Television Drama
Murder
Robert Jones, Birger Larsen, Kath Mattock, Rob Pursey, Matthew Read
BBC Scotland and Touchpaper TV for BBC 1

Writer
Robert Jones, Murder
BBC Scotland and Touchpaper TV for BBC 1

BAFTA Scotland Cineworld Audience Award
Voted for by the public
The Wee Man

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