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George Mackay, Limmy and Peter Mullan among winners at British Academy Scotland Awards 2013

TV series Murder, Bank of Dave and Sins of our Fathers also pick up awards

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George Mackay, Limmy and Peter Mullan among winners at British Academy Scotland Awards 2013

Peter Mullan in The Fear

The winners of the 2013 British Academy Scotland Awards (also known as the Scottish BAFTAs) were announced last night, with Limmy's Show and Peter Mullan among the award recipients. TV drama Murder and Paul Wright's For Those in Peril were the biggest winners of the night, walking away with two awards each: Murder received Best TV Drama and Best Writer (for Robert Jones), while For Those in Peril won Best Feature Film and Best Actor (George Mackay). Emma Davie and Morag Mckinnon jointly collected the Best Director award for their Motor Neurone doc I Am Breathing.

Full list of BASA winners

Actor/Actress Film
George Mackay, For Those In Peril

Actor/Actress Television
Peter Mullan, The Fear

Animation
Hart’s Desire

Children's Programme
Comic Relief Does Glee Club Live Final

Comedy/Entertainment Programme
Limmy’s Show

Current Affairs
Sins Of Our Fathers

Director
Emma Davie & Morag Mckinnon, I Am Breathing

Factual Series
Operation Iceberg

Features/Factual Entertainment
Bank Of Dave – Fighting The Fat Cats

Feature Film
For Those In Peril

Game
Coolson's Artisanal Chocolate Alphabet

Single Documentary
Fire In The Night

Television Drama
Murder

Writer
Robert Jones, Murder

BAFTA Scotland Cineworld Audience Award
(Voted for by the public)
The Wee Man

For a full list of nominees, visit the BAFTA website.

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