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‘T2 Trainspotting’

T2 Trainspotting was the big winner at the 2017 Scottish Baftas, winning three awards: best film, best director for Danny Boyle and best film actor for Ewan Bremner.

The prizes for the British Academy Scotland Awards, which celebrate the best in film, TV and games from Scotland, were handed out last night (Nov 5) in Glasgow.

The award for Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television went to writer, producer, director Armando Iannucci. His latest film The Death Of Stalin is currently playing in UK cinemas.

Cameraman Doug Allan was honoured for his Outstanding Contribution to Craft.

Deirdre Mullins won the best film actress award for The Dark Mile directed by Gary Love.

Screen International Star of Tomorrow Hope Dickson Leach won in the Writer Film/Television category for The Levelling.

The full list of film winners are below (winners in bold):

Actor Film

  • Ewen Bremner T2 Trainspotting
  • Robert Carlyle T2 Trainspotting
  • Ewan Mcgregor T2 Trainspotting

Actress Film

  • Kate Dickie Prevenge
  • Freya Mavor Modern Life Is Rubbish
  • Deirdre Mullins The Dark Mile

Director – Fiction

  • Danny Boyle T2 Trainspotting
  • Hope Dickson Leach The Levelling
  • Tom Vaughan Victoria

Feature Film

  • Accidental Anarchist John Archer, Clara Glynn, Berny Mcgurk - Hopscotch Films
  • Donkeyote Chico Pereira, Sonja Henrici, Julian Schwanitz - Sdi Productions
  • T2 Trainspotting Danny Boyle, John Hodge, Andrew Macdonald, Christian Colson - Dna Films/Decibel Films/Cloud Eight Films

Short Film

  • 1745 Morayo Akandé, Gordon Napier, John Mckay - Scottish Film Talent Network
  • The Inescapable Arrival Of Lazlo Petushki Sven Werner, David Brown - Scottish Film Talent Network
  • Plastic Man Yulia Kovanova, Tracey Fearnehough, Ian Dodds, Anthea Harvey

Writer Film/Television Sponsored By Creative Scotland

  • Joe Ahearne The Replacement
  • Simon Carlyle, Gregor Sharp Two Doors Down
  • Hope Dickson Leach The Levelling

Outstanding Contribution To Film And Television

  • Armando Iannucci

Outstanding Contribution To Craft (In Memory Of Robert Mccann)

  • Doug Allan