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CONTENTS Welcome 2020 BAFTA UK Chair’s Message BAFTA Scotland in 2020 Official Photography 2019 Winners 2019 Juries 2020 Nominations 2020 Outstanding Contribution Awards In Memoriam Official Partners & Sponsors Thank You

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WELCOME 2020 Welcome to the British Academy Scotland Awards 2020 – Scotland’s Screen Industries night of the year – and what a difficult and challenging year it has been. We are so very proud to be able to deliver, albeit a very different but no less important, ceremony tonight celebrating Scotland’s on screen achievements and our world class talent.

underline the important work we do as a charity. We never take our members for granted and we are delighted that our membership has continued to grow. As always we are committed to doubling our efforts to promote and celebrate Scotland’s talent. Thank you for staying with us in this difficult time we really appreciate every one of you.

When the bells rang in 2020 on Hogmanay, we had no idea what was ahead for us all. The pandemic and subsequent lockdown caused so much uncertainty across the country and our film, games, television businesses and freelance talent were severely affected. True to form we have adapted using our creativity and inventiveness to overcome the limitations of the pandemic creating a safe environment for everyone to do what they do best, create wonderful films, games, and television productions. We look forward to the time when we can all get together again in person to celebrate and reflect on our achievements during this incredibly difficult year for everyone. However, we are delighted to be able to celebrate with you all virtually this evening and raise a glass to all our winners and nominees for what we hope you will agree has been a phenomenal year for Scottish creativity.

Special thanks to BAFTA Scotland Director, Jude MacLaverty and the brilliant BAFTA Scotland team: Jenna Cunningham, Laura Kelly, Beverley McMillan, Becca McDonagh and Karen Rosie for their fantastic commitment especially given the challenging circumstances.

The BAFTA Scotland team has continued to offer great support during this difficult year for the film, games and television industries. They created many collaborations between newcomers and the industry’s biggest names as well as offering various masterclasses and online discussions and events that

M A R G A R E T S C O T T Chair, BAFTA Scotland

Our thanks also go to BBC Scotland, STV, Channel 4 and Screen Scotland. We are extremely grateful for their continuing core support of BAFTA Scotland. We also want to thank Krishnendu Majumdar; Chair of BAFTA, Amanda Berry; CEO and Kevin Price; COO for their ongoing advice and help. Most importantly of all, our list of nominees tonight represents the best in Scotland. On behalf of BAFTA Scotland, congratulations to you all, enjoy tonight’s ceremony.

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BAFTA UK CHAIR’S MESSAGE Welcome to the British Academy Scotland Awards, BAFTA’s celebration of the outstanding film, games and TV made in Scotland and by the Scots from July 2019 to July 2020. The Covid-19 pandemic has had a huge impact on all our lives; it’s been a crisis unlike any we’ve faced in recent times and caused untold damage to our workforce and way of life. During these times, BAFTA has helped bring the industry together, keeping people connected and creatively inspired; because now, more than ever, we need film and television in our lives, to uplift us, to entertain, to inform us, to keep the national conversation alive.

As the industry starts to take our first steps to recovery, we will continue to offer support and help creative talent get back to what they do best: making great film, games and TV. We know there is still work to be done and we will embrace all steps that lead us towards a more inclusive industry. Now is a good time to re-examine the rulebook, not just on diversity but also sustainability and mental wellbeing. So thank you and best of luck to all our nominees.

KRISHNENDU MAJUMDAR Chair, BAFTA

We hope you’ve had the chance to dip into our programme of public events that moved entirely online, making insights and skills freely available and accessible. I would like to thank tonight’s host, Edith Bowman, our guest presenters and category jurors. I would also like to extend my gratitude to the outgoing BAFTA Scotland Chair, Margaret Scott, whose tenure ends in December. Finally, thanks to all of the partners who have supported the Awards this year.

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WHAT A YEAR! Thank you to all our colleagues for your hard work and support

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BAFTA SCOTLAND IN 2020 Our priority since the beginning of lockdown has been to do all we can to support our creative community and have continued to work with both new and existing talent to ensure an accessible and connected industry. Film, games and television have kept us informed and entertained during these unsettling times.

We are immensely grateful for the encouragement from our members, our partners and supporters during this time. This support has helped us underline the work we do as a charity providing focus and guidance for new entrants, new talent and the wider industry. Thank you!

Although our flagship event Guru Live Glasgow was cancelled back in March, we produced a smaller virtual edition for our new entrants, bringing inspiration and some much needed motivation during this period of uncertainty. In May, we launched BAFTA Share a new initiative for our Scotland members. As an industry that is so reliant on networks, relationships and peer to peer learning, BAFTA Share offered online skill sharing. We continue to develop our Learning and New Talent programme online with the aim of producing more inclusive events, breaking down geographical barriers and allowing access for everyone regardless of background. Our Career Close-Up virtual round tables and online BAFTA Scotland Sessions completed our unusual, yet very creative year.

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WINNERS ACTOR FILM

LORN MACDONALD Beats

2019

ENTERTAINMENT

ACTOR TELEVISION

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

Chernobyl

FEATURE FILM

ALEX FERNS

ACTRESS FILM

JESSIE BUCKLEY

Wild Rose

ACTRESS TELEVISION

KELLY MACDONALD

The Victim

ANIMATION

LOVE DEATH & ROBOTS – HELPING HAND

Jon Yeo, Caleb Bouchard

CURRENT AFFAIRS

DISCL OSU RE : W H O KILLE D E M MA? Production Team – BBC Scotland/BBC One Scotland

DIRECTOR FACTUAL

MATT PINDER

Murder Case

DIRECTOR FICTION

WILD ROSE Tom Harper, Nicole Taylor, Faye Ward

FEATURES & FACTUAL SERIES MURDER CASE

SPECIALIST FACTUAL YES/NO: INSIDE THE INDYREF Michael McAvoy, Stephen McGinty, Paul Mitchell – STV Productions/BBC Scotland

TELEVISION SCRIPTED T H E C RY

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

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

WRITER FILM/ TELEVISION

GAME

OBSERVATION Production Team – No Code

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO CRAFT 2019

SHORT FILM

PAT RAMBAU T

THAT JOKE ISN’T FUNNY ANYMORE

Hannah Currie, Beth Allan

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

REAL KASHMIR F.C. Production Team – Matchlight, Bodhi Media/BBC Scotland

N I C OLE T AY LOR Wild Rose

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OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO TELEVISION 2019 ST I LL G AME

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JURIES

2020

A C T OR TE L E VI S I O N Toby Stevens - Chair Morven Christie Brian Coffey Bill MacLeod Amy Manson Sarah Phelps Ade Rawcliffe

FEATURES Alan De Pellette - Chair Ramy El-Bergamy Jean Johansson Allanah Langstaff David Marshall Jane Rogerson Paul Sheehan

A C T RE SS T E L E V I SI ON Siobhan Synnot - Chair Alex Ferns Richard Gadd Johnny Kenton Laura Lovemore Marli Siu Kirstie Swain

GAM E Matthew Barr - Chair Mal Abbas Luci Holland Melissa Knox Jon Mckellan Romana Ramzan Liam Wong

D I R ECTO R - FA CT U AL Michael Hines - Chair Ewan Angus Jackie Bird Eric Haynes Jane Muirhead Paul Sng

N EWS & CURRENT AFFAIRS Clare Kerr - Chair Martin Dougan Mark Downie May Miller Tasnim Nazeer David Street

D I R ECTO R - FI CTI ON Alison Goring - Chair Lois Chimimba Neville Kidd Alastair Mackenzie Douglas Mackinnon Sharon Rooney Tom Vaughan E N T E RT A I NME NT Mick McAvoy - Chair Mirella Breda Gary Chippington Vanessa Kanbi Paul Murray Graham Stuart Claire Zolkwer F A C TUAL S E RI E S Margaret Scott - Chair Greg Clark Craig Hunter Stewart Kyasimire Katie Lander Colette Magee Shereen Nanjiani Audrey Neil

SIN GLE DOCUM EN TAR Y Mark Leese - Chair Lucy Bacon Dhivya Kate Chetty Rosy Marshall-McCrae Alex McCall Elspeth O’Hare SHORT FILM & AN IM ATION Gill Petrie - Chair Abigail Addison Raisah Ahmed Moyo Akandé Hannah Currie Sanne Jehoul Jamie Stone Jon Yeo

SP E CIALIST F ACTU AL Deborah Dunnett - Chair Dani Carlaw Jack Cocker Dave Donald Lucy Hazzard Daniel Twist TE LE VISION SCR IP TE D Paul Welsh - Chair Edith Bowman Campbell Glennie Claire Mundell Zam Salim Louise Say W R ITE R F ILM/ TE LE VISION Alison Goring - Chair Holly Daniel Catherine Gosling Fuller Louise Ironside Ben Sharrock Kiran Sonia Sawar John Strickland B AF TA SCOTLAN D AU D IE N CE AW AR D IN PARTN E RSH IP W ITH SCR E E N SCOTLAN D Margaret Scott - Chair Jodie McCallum May Miller David Smith Jenni Steele Siobhan Synnot Atta Yaqub

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N O M I N A T I O N S 2020

ACTOR TELEVISION sponsored by Audi UK

MARK BONNAR

NCUTI GATWA

JAMIE SIVES

Guilt

Sex Education

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LOIS CHIMIMBA

GLENDA JACKSON

MIRREN MACK

Group

Elizabeth is Missing

The Nest

STEWART KYASIMIRE

JOHN MACLAVERTY

MATT PINDER

Black and Scottish

The Battle of Skye Bridge

Murder Trial: The Disappearance of Margaret Fleming

ACTRESS TELEVISION

DIRECTOR FACTUAL

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DIRECTOR FICTION sponsored by Champagne Taittinger

ROBERT MCKILLOP

LYNSEY MILLER

AISLING WALSH

Guilt

Deadwater Fell

Elizabeth is Missing

SELLING SCOTLAND

TEST DRIVE

Jack Docherty, Mark Downie, Liam McArdle, Julyan Sinclair - IWC Media/BBC Scotland

Derek McLean, Daniel Nettleton, Lynsey Wylie, Katy Smith - Bandicoot Scotland/BBC Scotland

FRANKIE BOYLE’S TOUR OF SCOTLAND

MURDER TRIAL: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MARGARET FLEMING

Mick McAvoy, Nicky Waltham, Graeme Hart, Frankie Boyle - Two Rivers Media/BBC Two

Matt Pinder, Audrey McColligan, Iain Scollay, Lorraine McKechnie – Firecrest Films/BBC Scotland

LOCATION, LOCATION, LOCATION

SCOTLAND’S HOME OF THE YEAR

Production Team - IWC Media/Channel 4

Production Team – IWC Media/BBC Scotland

ENTERTAINMENT

SCOT SQUAD: THE CHIEF’S ELECTION INTERVIEWS Jack Docherty, Joe Hullait, Iain Davidson, Marie McDonald - The Comedy Unit/BBC Scotland

FACTUAL SERIES

DARREN MCGARVEY’S SCOTLAND Harry Bell, Stephen Bennett, Darren McGarvey, Ceara East - Tern/BBC Scotland

FEATURES

A COUNTRY LIFE FOR HALF THE PRICE Kate Humble, Andrew Jackson, Louise Scrivens, Iain Robson – Raise the Roof Productions/Channel 5

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GAME

AUTONAUTS

CLOUDPUNK

DEAD END JOB

Aaron Puzey, Gary Penn - Denki

Marko Dieckmann, Thomas Welsh, Rebecca Roe, Roman Agapov - Ion Lands

Production Team - Ant Workshop

SCOTLAND’S LOCKDOWN (DISCLOSURE)

THE WAR NEXT DOOR: SCOTLAND AND THE TROUBLES

Production Team - BBC Scotland/ BBC One Scotland

Brendan Hughes, Harry Bell, Morag Tinto, Andrew Chambers – Tern/BBC Scotland

THE LAST TRAIN

THE MOTORIST

Ross Hogg, Sean Mulvenna – LUX Scotland/BBC

Ciaran Lyons, Beth Allan, David Liddell, Chris Lyons - Forest of Black

BEING GAIL PORTER

DOOMAN

Harry Bell, Anne-Claire Pilley – Tern/ BBC Scotland

Darren Hercher, David Arthur, Karen Emsley – CTVC/BBC Scotland

NEWS & CURRENT AFFAIRS

THE NINE Production Team - BBC Scotland

SHORT FILM & ANIMATION

BETTY Will Anderson - Wanderson Studio

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY

THE BATTLE OF SKYE BRIDGE Harry Bell, John MacLaverty, Noel Nelis, Cara Maclean – Tern/BBC Scotland

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SPECIALIST FACTUAL sponsored by Deloitte

CLIMATEGATE: SCIENCE OF A SCANDAL

GREG DAVIES: LOOKING FOR KES

Ross Harper, Steve O’Hagan, Dave Clark Red Sky Productions/BBC Four

Jenny Dames, Richard Bright, David Arthur, Tim Niel – BBC Studios/BBC Four

MISS WORLD 1970: BEAUTY QUEENS AND BEDLAM Hannah Berryman, Lizzie Webster, Patrick Smith, Richard Bright - BBC Studios/BBC Two

TELEVISION SCRIPTED

DEADWATER FELL

ELIZABETH IS MISSING

GUILT

Production Team – Kudos/Channel 4

Andrea Gibb, Aisling Walsh, Sarah Brown, Chrissy Skinns – STV Productions/BBC One

Production Team - Expectation/ Happy Tramp North/BBC Scotland

WRITER FILM/TELEVISION supported by Screen Scotland

ANDREA GIBB Elizabeth is Missing

NEIL FORSYTH

PAUL LAVERTY

Guilt

Sorry We Missed You

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AUDIENCE AWARD in partnership with Screen Scotland

BLACK AND SCOTTISH

GUILT

MURDER TRIAL: THE DISAPPEARANCE OF MARGARET FLEMING

THE NEST

OUTLANDER

RIVER CITY

BAFTA SCOTLAND AUDIENCE AWARD 2020 All television programmes entered into this year’s British Academy Scotland Awards 2020 were eligible for this brand new Audience Award in partnership with Screen Scotland. A specialist jury created the shortlist of 6 shows for the public to vote on. We asked the jury to consider what television show from the past year got Scotland talking? What programme shone a spotlight on Scotland, not only at home, but also across the UK network and beyond? What show did you see being talked about on social media? The public were asked to vote for their favourite via the BAFTA Scotland website with the winner being announced at the ceremony.

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CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL THE NOMINEES AT THIS EVENING’S BRITISH ACADEMY SCOTLAND AWARDS Screen Scotland is delighted to support the new BAFTA Scotland Audience Award in 2020. Screen Scotland is the dedicated partnership for screen in Scotland, delivering enhanced support for all aspects of Scotland’s screen sector. screen.scot |

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OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION

PHYLLIS IRONSIDE Outstanding Contribution to Craft 2020 (In Memory of Robert McCann) Editor Phyllis Ironside is a highly respected member of the industry in Scotland, renowned for her editing skills as well as her integrity. She has been involved in making award-winning programmes across all genres for over 40 years and her CV reflects the best of programming generated in Scotland. Born in Maryhill, Glasgow she joined the film cutting rooms at the BBC in Queen Margaret Drive in 1977. There as a trainee assistant editor, she had the opportunity to work across the whole spectrum of TV programmes for Scotland and the UK Network from Reporting Scotland to major network drama. Her work includes the groundbreaking observational documentary series The Marriage with Desmond Wilcox, Michael Palin’s arts documentaries including The Ladies who Loved Matisse and BAFTA nominated feature film Wasted. Her first major drama commission was 1983 thriller series The Odd Job Man. Other credits include Gaelic drama series Gruth is Uachdar (Crowdie and Cream), Taggart and drama series Cracked. Documentary is the core of Phyllis’s work and she has edited programmes 26

across the range, from BBC Scotland’s ex-s to Omnibus and Imagine, exploring fine art, literature, ballet and theatre. An office bearer on the Union Branch Committee, negotiating with management in Scotland and London, she dealt with cases of sexual discrimination and worked to raise awareness of casual sexism. She also completed a short stint in BBC management and was instrumental in their adoption of AVID. Freelance for the last 22 years, Phyllis continues to edit programmes and films for the BBC, other broadcasters and cinema often working in her own edit suite at her home. Collaborating with many directors/producers throughout their careers, she has always encouraged and guided new practitioners, helping them to fully understand the craft of film making. She believes passionately in the importance of editing as a tool of the film maker and the responsibility that it bears.


OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION

S T A N L E Y BAXTER © Ian Skelly

Outstanding Contribution to Film & Television 2020 Stanley also appeared in six films during his 70 year career becoming an entertainment Stanley Baxter was born on 24 May 1926 icon, hailed by Billy Connolly as a ‘legend’ in Glasgow. He was schooled for the stage and Jonathan Ross as ‘a genius’. by his mother and began his career as a Having retired in 1990, Baxter returned child actor in the Scottish edition of the for a one-off Christmas 2008 special for BBC’s Children’s Hour. He developed ITV, containing a mix of archive and his performing skills further during his new material, with celebrity comedians national service with the Combined Services commenting on Baxter’s huge and enduring Entertainment Unit working alongside influence on their lives and careers. actor Kenneth Williams, film director John Schlesinger and dramatist Peter Nichols. After the war Stanley returned to Glasgow taking to the stage for three years at Glasgow’s Citizen’s Theatre. Following success on the radio he was invited to star in pantomime at the Theatre Royal Glasgow and remained a glittering favourite on the Scottish pantomime circuit starring with popular Scottish stars, Jimmy Logan and Una McLean. Throughout the 60s, 70s and 80s Stanley became a permanent and award winning fixture on our screens delighting over 20 million viewers at a time for his shows The Stanley Baxter Big Picture Show and The Stanley Baxter Series. Both his performance and his shows won BAFTA Television Awards in 1960, 1974, 1975 and again in 1982.

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IN

MEMORIAM

STEVE ANSELL Head of Personnel, BBC Scotland

ALASDAIR GRAY Writer

MAURICE ROEVES Actor

JOHNNY BEATTIE MBE Actor, Comedian, Entertainer

MARYLIN IMRIE Producer

IDA SCHUSTER Actress

G E R R Y ( G E RT R U D E ) BLACK Production Assistant

WILLIAM ‘BILL’ MALCOLM Producer, BBC Sport

E L I Z A B E T H S E L L A RS Actress

CLAIRE BOTHWELL Producer, BBC Scotland

KEN MELLIN Stills Photographer

R I C HA R D B R I G H T Commissioning Editor, BBC

PROFESSOR BILL MILLER Political Analyst, Broadcaster

SIR SEAN CONNERY Actor

JOHN SESSIONS Actor HA R R Y S M I T H Broadcaster COLIN SOMERVILLE Music Broadcaster

RONALD FERGUSON STV Facilities Manager

EDWARD HUGH MCGINNIS (EDDIE LARGE) Comedian, Entertainer

SINÉ FOSTER Co-ordinator, BBC Scotland Drama

D I A R M I D O ’ HA R A News Editor

JOHN FRASER Actor

J O H N PA T O N Props Master

ALAN JAMES (WILLY) WANDS Producer

MARION CHESNEY GIBBONS Writer

CLARE PETTIFER Costume Designer

HA M I S H W I L S O N Actor

DIANE TAMMES Cinematographer JUNE LORETTA TONER Production Manager

BAFTA Scotland has made every effort to compile an accurate In Memoriam listing of Scottish practitioners from November 2019 to December 2020

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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.

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BAFTA Scotland would also like to thank Brian Beacom, Graham Russell, Ali Newton, Alex Gaffney, Danielle Weir, Lynne Morland, Oliver Conway, Lauren Gollan and Ishga Skincare. Congratulations once again to all our nominees and a final thank you to our wonderful host Edith Bowman and to Sanjeev Kohli and our guest presenters.

COMMITTEE

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SCOTLAND

2019-20

Gill Petrie Sandy Robertson Toby Stevens Siobhan Synnot Paul Welsh

TEAM

Jude MacLaverty Director

Karen Rosie Awards Producer

Laura Kelly Awards Co-ordinator

Jenna Cunningham Awards Manager

Beverley McMillan Learning & Events Producer

Becca McDonagh Membership & Communications Assistant

AWARDS

PRODUCTION

TEAM

John Smith Awards Show Director

Sandy Grierson Voiceover

Gillian McCormack Press/PR

Charles Marks Floor Manager

Carlo Paloni Offical Photographer

Billy Sutherland, Lynn McBean Material, Graphics & Design

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