The British Academy of Film and Television Arts in Scotland (BAFTA Scotland) announced the winners of this year’s British Academy Scotland Awards during a digital ceremony last night. Highlights included Glenda Jackson winning in the Actress Category for Elizabeth Is Missing; Ncuti Gatwa winning this year’s Actor Category for Sex Education; and Stanley Baxter receiving the Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television Award and Phyliss Ironside received the Outstanding Contribution to Craft (in memory of Robert McCann). Guilt won two awards (Television Scripted and Director Fiction); Murder Trial: The Disappearance of Margaret Fleming won two awards (Factual Series and Director Factual); and Outlander was the recipient of the Audience Award, in partnership with Screen Scotland, voted for by the British public.
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