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CONTENTS Welcome 2019 BAFTA UK Chair’s Message BAFTA Scotland in 2019 Official Photography 2018 Winners 2018 Juries 2019 Nominations 2019 Outstanding Contribution Awards In Memoriam Suppliers Official Partners Thank You

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SCREEN SCOTLAND CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE NOMINEES AT THIS EVENING’S BRITISH ACADEMY SCOTLAND AWARDS Screen Scotland is the dedicated partnership for screen in Scotland, delivering enhanced support for all aspects of Scotland’s screen sector. www.screen.scot |

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WELCOME 2019 Welcome to the British Academy Scotland Awards 2019 – Scotland’s Screen Industries night of the year and what a year it has been. Tonight is a great opportunity to take the time to be proud of our achievements and to recognise the breadth of talent our country has produced – a great reminder as to why BAFTA Scotland is so important and this evening is so incredibly special. Those of you who have attended the Awards previously may have noticed our new, larger venue. We are delighted that this has enabled the new BBC Scotland channel to broadcast highlights of this evening’s celebrations at 10pm. Excited as I am to be welcoming you to this, the main event in BAFTA Scotland’s calendar, there’s so much more to the work done, year round. The weekly screenings programme, TV previews, events and masterclasses and of course our annual day for new and emerging talent: Guru Live Glasgow, which saw 600 individuals attend in Glasgow in March. We were very proud to offer bursaries for young people to attend this inspirational day from all over Scotland, underlining our work as a charity.

as new Full Members of the Academy based in Scotland. If you’re not a member, please think about becoming one, it not only benefits you but also the industry in Scotland. I’d like to thank the BAFTA Scotland Committee for giving their time and input throughout the year. Thanks also to Jude and her brilliant team for putting together this magnificent evening with limited resources. To all the industry professionals who participated on juries – no mean feat, given the increase in entry numbers! Huge thanks, also to our annual core supporters: BBC Scotland, STV, Screen Scotland and Channel 4. Our list of nominees tonight represents the best in Scotland, on behalf of BAFTA Scotland, congratulations to you all. Finally, have a wonderful evening and enjoy the celebrations. M A R G A R E T S C O T T Chair, BAFTA Scotland

BAFTA Scotland relies on Scottish membership income, sponsorship and ticket sales to run Scotland’s branch office in Glasgow, our annual Awards and our Learning and New Talent programmes. In 2019 we were delighted to announce an increase in new members across all tiers including actors, Sam Heughan, Chris Riley and writer Grant Morrison accepted

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BAFTA UK CHAIR’S MESSAGE Welcome to the British Academy Scotland Awards and huge congratulations to all this year’s nominees. It has been a truly memorable year, and one in which we have received a record number of entries, an increase of 50% – proof indeed that the industry in Scotland is thriving! Congratulations in particular to this year’s two Special Award recipients, Script Supervisor, Pat Rambaut and the creative team behind Scotland’s favourite sitcom, Still Game (Director Michael Hines and performer/writers Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan) for their outstanding contribution to our industry. Each of those nominated tonight is inspirational for the next generation of talent. Celebrating outstanding individuals and creating opportunities for all, regardless of background, is at the heart of what BAFTA does. In particular, we are committed to addressing the issue of diversity and improving inclusion within Film and TV. Diversity standards are now an entry requirement for the British categories of our Film Awards, and this year we’re piloting the same standards in the Television Awards. In tandem with BAFTA’s many talent initiatives, we are bringing the industry together to safeguard the future of our industries by empowering diverse voices and allowing everyone to reach their full potential.

Since last year’s Scotland Awards took place, we have also begun the major redevelopment of our headquarters in London at 195 Piccadilly, into an international centre of excellence. This will allow us to double our charitable activity and reach thousands more career starters and those from underrepresented groups through scholarships, masterclasses and mentoring programmes. Thank you to Margaret Scott who continues to lead such a dedicated and enthusiastic committee here in Scotland and to Jude MacLaverty and the BAFTA Scotland team for their work on events, outreach activities and partnerships to support the growth of the industry. Together, let’s ensure our industries enjoy a robust, diverse and exciting future. I wish you all a fantastic evening.

D A M E P I P P A H A R R I S D B E Chair, BAFTA

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BAFTA SCOTLAND IN 2019 BAFTA Scotland continues to run and develop a programme of events aimed at inspiring and nurturing emerging talent while also celebrating the art forms of film, television and games within Scotland. In March 2019, we produced the third edition of Guru Live Glasgow – the Scottish arm of BAFTA’s nationwide festival aimed at inspiring those early in their screen careers with panels and masterclasses. It was the second year we ran our Access Pass initiative where we offered 25 up-and-coming screen talent personalised 1-2-1 meetings and round tables with industry experts.

“Gaining an access pass has been an unforgettable experience, being a part of it has opened so many doors for me and really helped to launch my career in the AD department. I kept in close contact with both my mentors (Tommy Gormley & Douglas Mackinnon) and have had the best of years so far! Much of what I have gained has been thanks to Guru Live and I am extremely grateful for the opportunity!”

- Danielle Scott, Access Pass Holder 2018

We also successfully launched a travel bursary scheme to help individuals who would have struggled to afford travel/ticket costs for Guru Live Glasgow. This year we also rolled out our new Industry Insights initiative which brought together emerging practitioners and key talent from this year’s most exciting releases (The Bay, The Victim, Wild Rose…) for intimate roundtable discussions.

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OFFICIAL PHOTOS FROM 2018

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WINNERS ACTOR FILM

2018

FEATURES/ FACTUAL SERIES

SPECIALIST FACTUAL

ACTOR TELEVISION CHRIS REILLY The Last Post

VIOLENT MEN: B E H I N D B A RS Matt Pinder, Liam McArdle, Iain Scollay, Nicole Kleeman Firecrest Films/Channel 4

I MAGI N E… RU P ERT EVERET T : BORN T O BE W I LD E Production Team – BBC Studios, Pacific Quay Productions/BBC One

ACTRESS FILM

FEATURE FILM

TELEVISION SCRIPTED

JACK LOWDEN Calibre

SHAUNA MACDONALD White Chamber

ACTRESS TELEVISION

ELAINE C SMITH Two Doors Down

ANIMATION

WIDDERSHINS Simon Biggs, Will Adams Scottish Film Talent Network

DIRECTOR FACTUAL

JOHN MACLAVERTY Scotland 78: A Love Story

DIRECTOR FICTION

ARMAN D O I ANNU C C I The Death of Stalin

ENTERTAINMENT

ARMCHAIR DETECTIVES Production Team - Tiger Aspect Productions/BBC One

N A E PA S A R A N Felipe Bustos Sierra, Colin Monie, Peter Keith, Patrick Neil Doyle - Debasers Filums

GAME

BECKETT Production Team – The Secret Experiment

SHORT FILM

SC OT SQU AD Jack Docherty, Joe Hullait, Rab Christie, Iain Davidson - The Comedy Unit/ BBC One Scotland

WRITER FILM/ TELEVISION

ARMAN D O I AN N U C C I The Death of Stalin

MY LONELINESS IS KILLING ME Tim Courtney, Michael Richardson, Siobhan Fahey, Stuart Condy - Scottish Film Talent Network

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

SCOTLAND 78: A LOVE STORY Production Team – IMG Productions Scotland/BBC One Scotland

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JURIES

2019

A C T OR FI L M Gill Petrie - Chair Eric Coulter Irune Gurtubai Gaynor Holmes Eve Jamieson Dan MacRae Orla O’Connor

DIREC TOR FAC TUAL Alan de Pellette - Chair Martin Geissler Lisa Hazlehurst Berny McGurk Halla Mohieddeen Ruth Sangster Dan Twist

SH ORT F ILM Deborah Dunnett - Chair Raisah Ahmed John MacLaverty John McPhail Anne Milne Siri Rodnes Rebecca Thompson

A C T OR TE L E VI S I O N Paul Welsh - Chair Andy Arnold Andrea Gibb Maryam Hamidi Michael Keillor Ed McCardie Louise Say Ali de Souza

DIREC TOR FICTION Toby Stevens - Chair David Archibald George Aza-Selinger Gaby Chiappe Rosie Crerar Matt Palmer

SIN G LE D OCU ME N TAR Y Mark Leese - Chair Justine Atkinson Jackie Bird Emma Davie Mark Downie Ross Harper

ENTERTAIN M EN T May Miller - Chair Mirella Breda Ramy El-Bergamy Jean Johansson Bev Lyons Uzma Mir-Young

SP E CIALIST F ACTU AL Alison Goring - Chair Dani Carlaw Jack Cocker Jacqueline Houston Nicole Kleeman Noel Nelis Sajid Quayum

A C T RE SS FI L M Alex Gaffney - Chair Ciara Barry Sam Heughan Simone Pereira Hind Louise Ironside Mark Murdoch Tony Nellany Sambrooke Scott A C T RE SS T E L E V I SI ON Siobhan Synnot - Chair Julie Austin Julie K Austin Serena Field David Hayman Joe Hullait Omar Raza Chris Reilly A N I M A TI O N Michael Hines - Chair Will Adams Simon Biggs Cat Bruce Iain Gardner Joanna Susskind C U R R E NT AFFAI RS Sandy Robertson - Chair Dhivya Kate Chetty Cathy MacDonald Lotte Murphy-Johnson Anne-Claire Pilley David Strachan

FEATURES/ FAC TUAL SERIES Siobhan Synnot - Chair Lucy Hazzard Craig Hunter Susan Kemp Laura Marks David Marshall Andrew Robertson FEATURE FILM Gill Petrie - Chair Naysun Alae-Carew Kathryn Allan Ole Bratt Birkeland Andrea Calderwood Muriel Gray Sarah Howitt Felipe Bustos Sierra

TE LE VISION SCR IP TE D Mick McAvoy - Chair Emily Ballou Christine Cant Paul English Carolynne Sinclair Kidd Kirstie Swain W R ITE R F ILM/ TE LE VISION Margaret Scott - Chair Annie George Lizzie Gray Douglas Mackinnon Hazel Marshall Denise Mina Graeme Virtue

GAM E Matthew Barr - Chair Korina Abbott Luci Holland Melissa Knox Simon Meek Peter Van Der Watt

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N O M I N A T I O N S 2019

ACTOR FILM sponsored by Audi UK

JACK LOWDEN

LORN MACDONALD

PETER MULLAN

Mary Queen of Scots

Beats

The Vanishing

ALEX FERNS

NCUTI GATWA

RICHARD MADDEN

Chernobyl

Sex Education

Bodyguard

JESSIE BUCKLEY

SHIRLEY HENDERSON

FLORENCE PUGH

Wild Rose

Stan & Ollie

Outlaw King

ACTOR TELEVISION

ACTRESS FILM

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ACTRESS TELEVISION

MORVEN CHRISTIE

JENNA COLEMAN

KELLY MACDONALD

The Bay

The Cry

The Victim

THE FABRIC OF YOU

LOVE DEATH & ROBOTS - HELPING HAND

ANIMATION

4:3 Ross Hogg, Robbie Gunn

Josephine Lohoar Self, Calum Hart, Reetta Tihinen

Jon Yeo, Caleb Bouchard

CURRENT AFFAIRS

DISCLOSURE: CAN CANNABIS SAVE MY CHILD?

DISCLOSURE: SUFFER THE CHILDREN

DISCLOSURE: WHO KILLED EMMA?

Production Team - BBC Scotland/ BBC One Scotland

Production Team - BBC Scotland/ BBC One Scotland

GREG CLARK

LOUISE LOCKWOOD

MATT PINDER

Real Kashmir F.C.

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Murder Case

Production Team - BBC Scotland/ BBC One Scotland

DIRECTOR FACTUAL

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JON S. BAIRD

JOHNNY KENTON

BRIAN WELSH

Stan & Ollie

Endeavour

Beats

THE DOG ATE MY HOMEWORK

HOGMANAY LIVE

LAST COMMANDERS

Production Team - BBC Children’s/CBBC

Production Team - BBC Scotland/ BBC One Scotland

Toby Stevens, Louise Brown, Ryan Meloy – OMG Scotland/CBBC

FREEDOM FIELDS

ONLY YOU

WILD ROSE

Naziha Arebi, Flore Cosquer

Production Team

Tom Harper, Nicole Taylor, Faye Ward

GETTING HITCHED: ASIAN STYLE

MURDER CASE

ROGUE TO WRESTLER

Production Team - Firecracker Scotland/BBC One Scotland

Matt Pinder, Iain Scollay, Audrey McColligan, Paul McGinness - Firecrest Films/BBC

Production Team - Firecracker Scotland/BBC One Scotland

ENTERTAINMENT

FEATURE FILM

FEATURES/FACTUAL SERIES

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GAME

BLOONS ADVENTURE TIME TD

OBSERVATION

SOCKETEER

Production Team - Ninja Kiwi

Production Team - No Code

Tom Goodchild - Ice BEAM

JEALOUS ALAN

RED HILL

THAT JOKE ISN’T FUNNY ANYMORE

Martin Clark, James Heath

Laura Carreira, Ramón Durman, Billy Mack

Hannah Currie, Beth Allan

IN SIGHT OF HOME - THE IOLAIRE

REAL KASHMIR F.C.

Production Team - BBC Scotland/ BBC Two Scotland

Production Team - Matchlight, Bodhi Media/ BBC Scotland

SHORT FILM

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

THE BANK THAT ALMOST BROKE BRITAIN Michael McAvoy, Leo Burley, Lotte Murphy-Johnson - STV Productions/BBC Two

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FASHION’S DIRTY SECRETS

THE FLU THAT KILLED 50 MILLION

YES/NO: INSIDE THE INDYREF

Wendy Rattray, Ted Oakes, Emeka Onono, Allanah Langstaff - Hello Halo Productions, Oak Island Films/BBC One

Production Team - BBC Studios PQP/BBC Two

Michael McAvoy, Stephen McGinty, Paul Mitchell - STV Productions/BBC Scotland

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TELEVISION SCRIPTED

THE CRY

TWO DOORS DOWN

THE VICTIM

Claire Mundell, Jacquelin Perske, Brian Kaczynski, Glendyn Ivin - Synchronicity Films/BBC One

Sasha Ransome, Catherine Gosling Fuller, Simon Carlyle, Gregor Sharp - BBC Studios Scotland/ BBC Two

Niall MacCormack, Rob Williams, Jenny Frayn, Sarah Brown - STV Productions/BBC One

WRITER FILM/TELEVISION supported by Screen Scotland

JACQUELIN PERSKE

KIRSTIE SWAIN

NICOLE TAYLOR

The Cry

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OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION

PA T RAMBAUT Outstanding Contribution to Craft 2019 (In Memory of Robert McCann) Pat Rambaut has worked as a script supervisor (Continuity) on over 50 films spanning 30 years. Her first job was on The New Avengers with Joanna Lumley, where she was lucky to fall under the wing of the legendary Renée Glynne. Early on in her career, Pat moved to Scotland and a year later she worked with Bill Forsyth on his classic film, Local Hero. This was then followed by films such as John Boorman’s The Emerald Forest filmed in the depths of the Amazon and The Mission, where she worked with Roland Joffé and David Puttnam in Columbia. Pat continued to work both abroad and at home in Scotland. Some of the films she is known for are Housekeeping, Elizabeth, Bridget Jones’s Diary, City of Joy, Michael

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Collins, Comfort & Joy, Silent Scream, The Big Man, House of Mirth, Strictly Sinatra and Peter Mullan’s The Magdalene Sisters. She has also written and directed a documentary on the architecture of Alexander Greek Thompson and in 2000 was shortlisted for the Creative Scotland Awards for her documentary about the regeneration of a derelict site into an awarding-winning Community Garden, combining her passions of film, photography and plants. Pat has trained several top script supervisors who work in the industry today, and was always keen to have a trainee working with her throughout her career. Pat is a retired member of The Guild of British Camera Technicians. Last year, Pat donated all her film scripts to the BFI archives to help future film makers.


OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION

Outstanding Contribution to Television 2019 First appearing on television in their iconic sketch show Chewin’ the Fat, Ford Kiernan and Greg Hemphill’s riotous characters Jack and Victor have been delighting audiences for over twenty-two years, with the delinquent pensioners receiving their own show in 2002. Jack and Victor first appeared in Kiernan and Hemphill’s sketch show Chewin’ the Fat as recurring characters, with minor differences from their counterparts in the series. As the show evolved, supporting characters assumed greater prominence within the ensemble cast of Winston (Paul Riley), Boabby (Gavin Mitchell), Isa (Jane McCarry), Tam (Mark Cox) and Navid (Sanjeev Kohli) becoming firm favourites.

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STILL GAME

62 episodes, Scotland’s best loved sitcom (one episode was the most watched television show in Scotland in 2018) captured the hearts of the nation, with its hilarious blend of bunnets and Glasgow banter. The final show of the comedy was aired earlier this year. Jack, Victor, Winston, Boabby, Tam, Isa and Navid have become cultural icons: from children dressing up as the much loved characters at Hallowe’en to the show’s famous catchphrases entering the Scottish lexicon. The award will be presented to the key creative team behind Still Game. Writer/performers Greg Hemphill and Ford Kiernan who have created and written the show from the very beginning. Alongside them will be their longstanding creative collaborator, Michael Hines, who has directed every series.

Still Game became its own TV show in 2002 and ran until 2019. Over nine seasons and

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Developing and sustaining a world-class workforce for UK screen Congratulations to all the nominated productions who supported our work by contributing to our Skills Funds: • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Chernobyl Sex Education Bodyguard Endeavour The Bay The Cry The Victim Wild Rose Stan & Ollie Outlaw King Mary Queen of Scots Beats Only You

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IN

MEMORIAM

RONY BRIDGES

DONALD CAMPBELL

DENNIS COSGROVE

Actor 24/09/1945 - 14/07/2019

Playwright, Poet, Historian 25/02/1940 - 08/03/2019

Director/Producer, BBC Scotland 10/03/1949 - 14/09/2019

DENNIS DICK MBE

HA L D A N E D U N C A N

S T U A RT M C A R A

BBC Manager, Producer c. 1935 - 03/02/2019

Director/Producer 25/07/1940 - 26/12/2018

Digital Effects Producer 28/12/1964 - 15/09/2019

RENNIE MCOWAN

PEGGY O’KEEFE

G R A HA M W A L K E R

Writer, Broadcaster 12/01/1933 - 02/10/2018

Pianist, TV & Radio Presenter 07/04/1928 - 31/03/2019

Camera & Electrical Department 08/11/1951 - 08/07/2019

BAFTA Scotland has made every effort to compile an accurate In Memoriam listing of Scottish practitioners in November 2018 – November 2019

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THANK

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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 of our jurors who helped judge this year’s entries with their customary mixture of conviction, dedication and passion for the work submitted. Thanks, as always, to our Core Funders, BBC Scotland, STV, Screen Scotland and to Channel 4. For their help in putting together the ceremony and production, we would like

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