Musical drama Wild Rose hit a high note at the Bafta Scotland awards last night, winning all three prizes for which it was nominated.
Tom Harper’s film about a troubled young mother from Glasgow who dreams of being a country singer picked up the best actress award for Screen Star of Tomorrow Jessie Buckley.
The film, which received its world premiere at Toronto, also won best feature film and best writer for Nicole Taylor at the awards in Glasgow on Sunday night.
Jon S. Baird was named best director for biopic Stan & Ollie while Lorn Macdonald won best actor for his performance in coming-of-age drama Beats.
On the TV front, Alex Ferns won best actor for his role of the hardy miner Glukhov in critically-acclaimed miniseries Chernobyl while Kelly Macdonald won best actress for her performance in BBC drama The Victim.
Bafta Scotland rewards the best talent in film, TV and games produced in Scotland over the last year. Eligible films must have been funded, produced, co-produced and/or shot in Scotland.
Bafta Scotland Winners 2019
Lorn Macdonald Beats
Alex Ferns Chernobyl
Jessie Buckley - Wild Rose
Kelly Macdonald - The Victim
Love, Death & Robots - Helping Hand - Jon Yeo, Caleb Bouchard
Disclosure: Who Killed Emma? - Production Team: BBC Scotland/BBC One Scotland
Director - Factual
Matt Pinder - Murder Case
Director – Fiction
Jon S. Baird - Stan & Ollie
Last Commanders - Toby Stevens, Louise Brown, Ryan Meloy – Omg Scotland/CBBC
Wild Rose - Tom Harper, Nicole Taylor, Faye Ward
Features & Factual Series
Murder Case - Matt Pinder, Iain Scollay, Audrey Mccolligan, Paul Mcginness - Firecrest Films/BBC Scotland
Observation - Production Team: No Code
That Joke Isn’t Funny Anymore - Hannah Currie, Beth Allan
Real Kashmir F.C. - Production Team: Matchlight, Bodhi Media/BBC Scotland
Yes/No: Inside The Indyref - Michael Mcavoy, Stephen Mcginty, Paul Mitchell - STV Productions/BBC Scotland
The Cry - Claire Mundell, Jacquelin Perske, Brian Kaczynski, Glendyn Ivin - Synchronicity Films/BBC One
Nicole Taylor - Wild Rose