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BRITISH ACADEMY SCOTLAND AWARDS

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CONTENTS

Welcome from Claire Mundell

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Welcome from John Willis

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Industry Comment

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Winners 2012

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Previous Winners Photoshoot

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Juries 2013

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Nominations 2013

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In Memoriam

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Award Partners

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Thanks

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HELLO EVERYONE AND A VERY WARM WELCOME TO THE BRITISH ACADEMY SCOTLAND AWARDS 2013

It’s been another eventful and memorable year for the screen industries in Scotland and we’re here tonight to recognise, celebrate and reward the best of our film, television and games talent. We’re very pleased to welcome back Edith Bowman to host our ceremony after doing such a great job last year and we’re delighted that you’re all here to enjoy what we hope will be another great night. While these awards and this ceremony are the focal point of our year, BAFTA Scotland continues to evolve and grow in other areas. The BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards earlier in the year attracted record numbers of entries and the quality and range of the work on show was greater than ever. Our events programme is expanding all the time and we have done around 30 master-classes, panel sessions and Q&A’s this year across the whole of Scotland. Some of these have celebrated the talent of Scottish based practitioners while others have brought world class talents to Scotland to share

their experiences, including film producer Stephen Woolley, comedy legend Henry Normal and our very own home grown star James McAvoy. We’re also doing more and more outreach work in colleges, universities and with emerging creators and we’ve recently launched our first internship. It’s an exciting time and we’re proud that more and more people are joining BAFTA Scotland and engaging with the diversity of activity we’re trying to produce.

this ceremony and the preparation undertaken during the weeks and months since our call for entries. We’re all working together to give our beloved industry a British Academy Scotland Awards ceremony to be proud of and cherish, which we also hope will be great fun. I would like to congratulate all our nominees this evening and wish them good luck. I would also like to wish you all a fantastic evening and I look forward to speaking with many of you later.

Earlier this year, our committee decided to look at some changes to the individual categories in our awards so that Scottish actors, actresses, directors and writers could be given the opportunity to enter work in British as well as Scottish productions. It was the source of a lot of debate and not a decision we were going to take lightly, but our view was that we wanted Scottish practitioners to be able to have the chance to win a competitive BAFTA award in Scotland. I’m delighted to say that the Board at BAFTA backed us in our ambitions and you may see the results of that reflected in some of our nominations tonight. I hope you will agree with me when I say it adds to the quality and credibility of what is increasingly becoming a highly respected awards ceremony.

All my best wishes.

Claire Mundell Chair of BAFTA Scotland

A big thank you as ever to all the staff at BAFTA Scotland, our colleagues at BAFTA in London, all our partners, suppliers and volunteers for all their hard work tonight in putting on 9

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The Awards are presented annually to recognise, honour and reward individuals and productions for their outstanding achievements across Scotland’s screen industries. We also get the chance to celebrate and reward excellence for Scottish practitioners working in British productions.

Finally, I would like to congratulate all the nominees for their outstanding achievements and for upholding the gold standard that is the British Academy Scotland Awards. Your talent, passion and commitment to excellence continues to raise the bar for the screen industries in Scotland.

BAFTA’s charitable work isn’t all about the Awards – its year-round learning and events activity reaches out to communities all round the UK and the USA. We work hard to nurture and develop the interests of the public in the art forms of the moving image, particularly among young people who are the future of our industries; For example our recent Breakthrough Brits initiative, supported by Burberry, included some brilliant emerging talent from Scotland - Sharon Rooney, Paul Brannigan, Chloe Pirrie and Zam Salim.

I wish you all a wonderful evening.

BAFTA / Ian Derry

IT GIVES ME GREAT PLEASURE TO WELCOME YOU TO THE BRITISH ACADEMY SCOTLAND AWARDS 2013

John Willis Chair British Academy of Film and Television Arts

The Awards could not be delivered without the generosity of our many partners and volunteers, as well as the hard work of our staff. I would also like to thank the BAFTA Scotland Committee led by Chair Claire Mundell and to all our jurors who gave their time and energy in judging what has been an exceptional range of entries.

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INDUSTRY COMMENT I believe that people stand up when a nation’s identity is not only reflected in its cinema but is also shaped by it. We have always referred to ‘the Scottish film industry’, choosing to side-step the fact that there has never been a viable industrial structure, or a proper commercial environment, within which Scottish film (rather than TV) could thrive.

IAIN SMITH FILM PRODUCER “I often say this, but cinema is like a public square where people of the world gather. On the screen, we see people living in different parts of the world and we share the full spectrum of their emotions and come to understand them. When we see them happy, we’re happy. When they suffer, we suffer too. So I say that cinema is a system that can inspire people of the world to get along.” - Akira Kurosawa On the reconvening of Scotland’s parliament after 292 years, Ian Bell said: “History is memory. This moment was memory reclaimed, a right restated, a truth affirmed. The nation of Scotland, with all its thrawn suspicions, numberless confusions, apathy, clumsy rivalries and disparate hopes, had remembered.” The coming year will require us even more to remember who we are and who we really want to be. This is the same moment for the Scottish people as it was in Tiananmen Square 1949 when Mao declared: “The Chinese people have stood up” 12

Our passionate intensities, and our well intended arguments, have never persuaded any Edinburgh administration, or Scottish government, to consider significant investment in infrastructure, or seriously commercial levels of production. This next year I sincerely hope will see a fundamental change of direction. For a start Scottish films and filmmakers have roared forward into a new prominence with the recent release of four films that not only show the full diversity of our talents but also display the growing capability of our skills, crafts and infrastructure. “Under the Skin”, “Filth”, “Not Another Happy Ending” and “Sunshine on Leith” have raised the profile of our filmmakers at a crucial moment. But alongside that, and for the first time, there is a sound economic rationale for strategic intervention by the Scottish Government. The Chancellor’s introduction of high end TV tax relief is designed to stimulate an inflow of high quality TV production into the UK, and is doing just that. From North America alone, that inflow is estimated by the TV coalition to

be worth £350m a year to the UK economy. It is important that Scotland competes for a significant share of that potential revenue. Which is why the need for adequate and expandable studio space in Scotland is now so important. With a studio facility in place, Scotland’s technical and human infrastructure will have an industrial/commercial environment within which it can begin to sustain itself, and grow. A properly resourced skills and talent development agenda will have purpose as never before. All these things will be essential in helping us build an export economy, with which to underpin our imperilled domestic one. This, of course, is an economic argument, but it will inevitably have far reaching cultural and creative benefits that will ultimately support and enable our indigenous productions and home grown talents. International relationships of knowledge and trust will begin to build up, and Scotland’s film and TV makers will, as a small but viable part of a joined-up world, be able to stand up. At its best, film is, and always has been intrinsically international. When a film is made truthfully and well, it joins the great river of cinema, a huge body of work that arises from humanity as a whole. That is where the true voice of the people of Scotland belongs, and where we must help it to be. Iain Smith OBE

BRITISH ACADEMY SCOTLAND AWARDS 2012 ACTOR/ACTRESS FILM

PAUL BRANNIGAN The Angels’ Share Sixteen Films & Entertainment One

ACTOR/ACTRESS TELEVISION GREGOR FISHER Rab C Nesbitt Comedy Unit for BBC Scotland

ANIMATION

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

CURRENT AFFAIRS

RANGERS – THE MEN WHO SOLD THE JERSEYS Directed and Produced by Murdoch Rodgers BBC Scotland

DIRECTOR

ZAM SALIM Up There Wilder Films, BBC Films & Eyeline Entertainment

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME

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

FACTUAL SERIES

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

FEATURES/FACTUAL ENTERTAINMENT

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

FEATURE FILM

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

GAME

BAD HOTEL Lucky Frame

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY AFTERLIFE: THE STRANGE SCIENCE OF DECAY Directed and Produced by Fred Hepburn BBC Scotland for BBC Four

WRITER

PAUL LAVERTY The Angels’ Share Sixteen Films & Entertainment One

SPECIAL AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN 2012 Callum Macrae Director, Sri Lanka’s Killing Fields

SPECIAL AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN 2012 Paul McGuigan Director, Sherlock

SPECIAL AWARD FOR ACHIEVEMENT IN 2012 Christopher Young Producer, The Inbetweeners Movie

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO BROADCASTING Stuart Cosgrove

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO CRAFT (In Memory of Robert McCann) Trisha Biggar

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO TELEVISION AND FILM Billy Connolly

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BRITISH ACADEMY SCOTLAND AWARDS – PREVIOUS WINNERS BAFTA Scotland teamed up with photographer Rich Hardcastle during the summer and autumn to do a series of stylised photos with some previous BAFTA Scotland winners. Photographer: Rich Hardcastle Photoshoot Producer: Janette Dalley. Thanks to M.A.C Cosmetics and Vivien of Holloway.

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Peter16 Capaldi Winner, Best Actor Film for In The Loop, 2009

Daniela Nardini Winner, Best Actress TV for New Town, 2009

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Greg McHugh 18 Best Entertainment Programme for Gary’s War, 2008 Winner,

James McAvoy Winner, Best Actor Film for Last King Of Scotland, 2007

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Shirley 20Henderson Winner, Best Actress Film for Frozen, 2005

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AUDIENCE AWARD BAFTA Scotland and Cineworld have a long standing partnership and collaborated again this year to bring back the Audience Award, giving the film going public in Scotland the opportunity to vote for their favourite film. During the last two weeks in October, film fans in Aberdeen, Dundee, Edinburgh and Glasgow got the chance to watch 8 Scottish films and vote for their favourite. The films in line for the Audience Award this year are:

BLACKBIRD Young ballad singer, Ruadhan, despairs as the fabric of his Scottish hometown erodes. There are no fish in the sea, no jobs and a steady exodus to the city. Life as he loves it is slipping away and Ruadhan’s idol, town bard Alec, has little stomach to fight the change.

FIRE IN THE NIGHT Reliving the tragic events that occurred on the Piper Alpha rig on 6th July 1988, the film features astonishing testimonies from men who found themselves in the midst of an inferno that destroyed a rig which was, at one time, the world’s single largest oil producer.

I AM BREATHING Within one year, Neil Platt becomes paralysed from the neck down. As his body fails, he tries to make sense of his life in order to communicate who he is in a letter to his one year old son.

THE DEVIL’S PLANTATION A journey into the history and psyche of Glasgow: 66 films, 2 life stories and the revelation of an ancient secret, with an atmospheric soundtrack that includes the voices of Kate Dickie and Gary Lewis.

THE WEE MAN Based on the true life story of Glasgow gangster Paul Ferris, the film follows his life as a young boy growing up on the tough streets of Blackhill and his rise through the ranks of the criminal underworld of Glasgow’s east end.

WE ARE NORTHERN LIGHTS How do you capture the essence of Scotland in just one film? You invite people all across the country to submit their unique visions in a mass participation project and combine them into an impressionistic self portrait that is poignant, thrilling and often very funny.

SAWNEY: FLESH OF MAN Sawney, a religious psychopathic killer, drives a devilish taxi and stalks the towns and cities of Scotland, abducting unholy souls for his communion of sacrifices. His insane family of inbred killers, Judd and Jake, use their agility to wreak slaughter and havoc among their victims, who are then dragged to Sawney’s lair in the hills.

Alan de Pellette, Acting Director of BAFTA Scotland, said: “2013 has been an extremely strong year for home-grown productions in Scotland. We’re delighted to be able to bring back the Audience Award this year to encourage more people in Scotland to see these wonderful and diverse films on the big screen.” Clare McCollum, Film Marketing Manager at Cineworld added: “We are incredibly excited to work with BAFTA Scotland to provide this platform for filmmakers to showcase their work on a public stage. The diversity of the films demonstrates that it’s been a stellar year for Scottish productions. Cineworld wishes all the nominees the very best of luck.”

THE HAPPY LANDS Inspired by true stories from local families in Fife, the Happy Lands follows the journey of law-abiding citizens who become law-breakers in a heroic battle against the state. 23

JURIES 2013 ACTOR/ACTRESS FILM Chair – David Smith Christopher Aird Holly Daniel Allan Hunter Mark Leese Siobhan Synnot

ACTOR/ACTRESS TELEVISION Chair – Amanda Millen Ali de Souza Gavin Docherty Janice Forsyth Andrew Murray Margaret Scott

ANIMATION Chair – Sheila Grier Iain Gardner Jonny Harris Rory Lowe Debbie Ross Sueann Smith

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMME Chair – Ian Mackenzie Harry Bell Tom Cara David Cosgrove Deborah Dunnett Eileen Herlihy

COMEDY/ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME Chair – John McKay Muriel Gray Andrew Jackson Rebecca Porter Toby Stevens

Chair – Andrew Lockyer Gillian Berrie Trisha Biggar Paul McGuigan Ross McKenzie Denise Mina

CURRENT AFFAIRS

GAME

Chair – Sarah Walmsley Kaye Adams Henry Eagles Stephen McGinty Drea McGurk Shereen Nanjiani

Chair – Brian Baglow Louise Blain Kirsten Kearney Graeme Strachan Tom Welsh Scott White

DIRECTOR

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

Chair – Paul Murray Michael Hines Angus Lamont Bob Last Carole Sheridan

Chair – Sandy Ross Stephen Jardine Catriona Logan Cathy MacDonald Jane Muirhead Andrew Snowball

FACTUAL SERIES Chair – Robbie Allen Ed Crick Jacqui Hayden Katie Lander Margaret Mary Murray Celia Stevenson

FEATURES/FACTUAL ENTERTAINMENT Chair – Joanna Dewar Gibb Robin Gray Katie McHugh Elspeth O’Hare

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FEATURE FILM

TELEVISION DRAMA Chair – Gill Petrie Oliver Cheesman Paul English Mike Gunn Carolynne Sinclair Kidd

WRITER Chair – May Miller Eric Coulter Andrea Gibb Clare Kerr Ed McCardie Colin McLaren

TAKE YOUR PLACE CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE NOMINEES AT THIS EVENING’S BRITISH ACADEMY SCOTLAND AWARDS Creative Scotland supports the development of Scotland’s arts screen and creative industries. We champion projects from emerging and established talent, encouraging the creation of distinctive and engaging work. We’re delighted to be strengthening our partnership with BAFTA Scotland, celebrating and promoting the Film, Television and Games industries all year round. www.creativescotland.com

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NOMINATIONS 2013 ACTOR/ACTRESS FILM

IAIN DE CAESTECKER Not Another Happy Ending Synchronicity Films

MARTIN COMPSTON The Wee Man Carnaby International

GEORGE MCKAY For Those in Peril Warp X

ACTOR/ACTRESS TELEVISION

FORD KIERNAN The Field of Blood: The Dead Hour Slate Films for BBC Scotland

PETER MULLAN The Fear World Productions Ltd for Channel 4

SHARON ROONEY My Mad Fat Diary Tiger Aspect for E4

THE MAN WHO MISTOOK HIS WIFE FOR A HAT Ross Hogg

SEAMS AND EMBERS Claire Lamond

ANIMATION

HART’S DESIRE Gavin C Robinson

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CHILDREN’S PROGRAMME

COMIC RELIEF DOES GLEE CLUB LIVE FINAL Chris Hulme, Yvonne Jennings, Julie Kelling BBC Scotland for CBBC

MY STORY, RNLI Rachel Bazeley, Sara Harkins BBC Scotland for CBeebies

NINA AND THE NEURONS GO ENGINEERING Sara Harkins, Jennifer Morrison BBC Scotland for CBeebies

COMEDY/ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME

BOB SERVANT INDEPENDENT Owen Bell, Neil Forsyth, Simon Hynd BBC Scotland for BBC Four

LIMMY’S SHOW Rab Christie, Brian Limond, Jacqueline Sinclair Comedy Unit for BBC Scotland

MRS BROWN’S BOYS Ben Kellett, Stephen McCrum, Brendan O’Carroll BocPix for BBC Scotland

ROAD TO REFERENDUMAT Brendan O’Hara, Alan Clements STV Productions

SINS OF OUR FATHERS Mark Daly, Peter Macrae, Murdoch Rodgers BBC Scotland

CURRENT AFFAIRS

PANORAMA: THE TRUTH ABOUT PILLS AND PREGNANCY Richard Cookson, Shelley Jofre, Nicole Kleeman Firecrest Films for BBC 1

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DIRECTOR

KENNY GLENAAN Case Histories Ruby Film and Television for BBC Scotland

EMMA DAVIE & MORAG MCKINNON I Am Breathing Scottish Documentary Institute & Danish Documentary Production

PAUL WRIGHT For Those in Peril Warp X

MAKING FACES Elspeth O’Hare, Louise Pirie, Sara Woodford IWC Media for Channel 5

OPERATION ICEBERG Matt Barrett, Louise Ferguson, Mark Hedgecoe, Andrew Thompson BBC Scotland for BBC Two

FACTUAL SERIES

A CULTURE SHOW SPECIAL: SINCERELY, F. SCOTT FITZGERALD Janet Lee, Jan McInerney, Tim Niel BBC Scotland for BBC Two

FEATURES/FACTUAL ENTERTAINMENT

BANK OF DAVE FIGHTING THE FAT CATS Ian Lilley, Katie Lander Finestripe Productions for Channel 4

KIRSTIE’S FILL YOUR HOUSE FOR FREE Paula Campion, Martin Connery, Andrew Jackson Raise the Roof Productions for Channel 4

VICTORIA WOOD’S NICE CUP OF TEA Victoria Wood, John Moulson, Paula Trafford KEO North for BBC 1

FOR THOSE IN PERIL Mary Burke, Polly Stokes, Paul Wright Warp X

THE WEE MAN Ray Burdis, Michael Loveday, Andrew Loveday, Terry Loveday Carnaby International

FEATURE FILM

FIRE IN THE NIGHT Michael McAvoy, Alan Clements, Anthony Wonke STV Productions and Berriff McGinty Films for BBC Scotland 16 28

GAME

COOLSON’S ARTISANAL CHOCOLATE ALPHABET Things Made Out Of Other Things

IMPOSSIBLE ROAD Pixels on Toast

MR SHINGU’S PAPER ZOO Stormcloud Games

FIRE IN THE NIGHT Michael McAvoy, Alan Clements, Anthony Wonke STV Productions and Berriff McGinty Films for BBC Scotland

THE MURDER TRIAL Kate Barker, David Dugan, Ian Duncan, Nick Holt, Marina Parker Windfall Films West for Channel 4

THE CRASH Dominic Barlow, Terry Cafolla, Nick Pitt, Sarah Walker, Julian Ware Darlow Smithson Productions for BBC Scotland

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

ROBERT JONES Murder BBC Scotland and Touchpaper TV for BBC 1

PAUL WRIGHT For Those in Peril Warp X

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

I AM BREATHING Emma Davie, Sigrid Dyekjær, Sonja Henrici, Morag McKinnon Scottish Documentary Institute & Danish Documentary Production

TELEVISION DRAMA

CASE HISTORIES Kenny Glenaan, Peter Harness, Eric Coulter Ruby Film and Television for BBC Scotland

WRITER

BRYAN ELSLEY Skins Company Pictures for E4

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IN MEMORIAM JACK ALEXANDER

LESLEY FITZ-SIMONS

ALAN SHARP

Entertainer 11/11/1935 – 02/11/2013

Actress 23/09/1961 – 26/01/2013

Screenwriter 12/01/1934 – 08/02/2013

RONA ANDERSON

DENIS FORMAN

ROBERT TROTTER

Actress 03/08/1925 – 24/07/2013

Producer 13/10/1917 – 24/02/2013

Actor 07/03/1930 – 12/08/2013

IAIN BANKS

IAIN JOHNSTONE

SCOTT WARD

Author 16/02/1954 – 09/06/2013

Grip 04/02/1955 - 19/09/2013

Director of Photography 16/05/1966 – 29/01/2013

MARTIN BELSHAW

PAT LOVETT

Sound Recordist 15/02/1949 – 07/09/2012

Agent 16/08/1945 – 24/12/2012

ANTONIA BIRD

IAIN MCCOLL

Director 27/05/1951 – 24/10/2013

Actor 07/06/1955 – 04/07/2013

RICHARD BRIERS

JIM O’BRIEN

Actor 14/01/1934 – 17/02/2013

Director 15/02/1947 – 13/02/2012

NIGEL DAVENPORT

BOB PATIENCE

Actor 23/05/1928 – 25/10/13

Producer 27/06/1942 – 16/03/2013

ALLAN DICKSON

HARRY RITCHIE

Sound Supervisor c. 1929 - 24/02/2013

Production Buyer 30/01/1934 – 22/06/2013

BAFTA Scotland has made every effort to compile an accurate list of Scottish related deaths during 2012/13.

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THANK YOU

BAFTA Scotland would like to say a huge thanks to our committee, members and industry colleagues who share our ambitions and have contributed their time, talent and enthusiasm to help us tonight and throughout the year. We would like to give an equally massive thanks to all our jurors who helped judge this year’s entries with their customary mixture of conviction, dedication and passion for the work submitted. For their help in putting together the ceremony and production, we would like to thank Aimee Parkin and all the staff at the Radisson. We would also like to say a big thank you to all our partners and suppliers and our colleagues at BAFTA in London, Wales, New York and Los Angeles. We would like to thank our gifting partners Accessorize and Noble Isle and our audit partner, Deloitte. An extra special thanks to all our volunteers and also to Claire Brown, Phil Eacott, Amy Elton, Cassandra Hybel, Mariayah Kaderbhai, Mark Leese and Natalie Moss. Congratulations once again to all our nominees, thanks to all our presenters and a final thank you to our wonderful host, Edith Bowman.

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Claire Mundell, Chair

Alan de Pellette Acting Director

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