BAFTA Scotland 2015 nominees announced
- Murray Robertson
- 13 October 2015
The best talent in film, television and games to be honoured with 20 awards
Actor Robert Carlyle's directorial debut, The Legend of Barney Thomson, leads the way at this year's BAFTA Scotland awards with four nominations including Best Film and Best Director. It's joined on the shortlist by crime documentary 16 Years Till Summer and comedy drama What We Did On Our Holiday.
Carlyle is also nominated for Best Actor, a trophy for which he'll battle David Tennant for What We Did On Our Holiday and David Elliot for true-life war film Kajaki.
Elizabeth McGovern is up for Best Actress for Colin Kennedy's Swung alongside her co-star Elena Anaya, while Emma Thompson completes the trio of nominees, for The Legend of Barney Thomson.
Across television there are acting nods to Peter Mullan (Stonemouth), Ken Stott (The Missing) and Michelle Gomez for her enormously popular turn as Missy in Doctor Who.
Best Comedy Entertainment programme features the Glasgow-produced Mrs Brown's Boys alongside Celtic Connections Opening Concert: Martyn Bennett's Grit and Still Game Live.
The full list of nominees can be found here.
The winners will be announced on Sun 15 Nov.