2013 British Academy Scotland Awards

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2013 British Academy Scotland Awards
Date17 November 2013
SiteRadisson Blu Hotel, Glasgow,
Hosted byEdith Bowman
Television coverage
NetworkStreaming webcast

The 2013 British Academy Scotland Awards were held on 17 November 2013 at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow, honouring the best Scottish film and television productions of 2013.[1] Presented by BAFTA Scotland, accolades are handed out for the best in feature-length film that were screened at British cinemas during 2012. The Nominees were announced on 23 October 2014.[2][3] The ceremony was broadcast online via YouTube and was hosted by Edith Bowman.

Richard Wilson, Kirsty Wark, Steve Begg and Rockstar North were honoured with Outstanding Contribution awards at this ceremony.[4]

Winners and nominees[edit]

Winners are listed first and highlighted in boldface.

Best Feature Film Best Director

For those in Peril

Emma Davie & Morag McKinnon – I Am Breathing

Best Actor/Actress in Film Best Actor/Actress in Television

George MacKayFor those in Peril as Aaron

Peter MullanThe Fear as Richie Beckett

Best Writer Film/Television Best Comedy/Entertainment Programme

Robert Jones – Murder

Limmy's Show – (BBC Scotland), (The Comedy Unit)

Best Factual Series Best Features/ Factual Entertainment Programme

Operation Iceberg – (BBC Scotland), (BBC Two)

Bank of Dave - Fighting The Fat Cats – (Channel 4)

  • Kirstie's Fill Your House For Free – (Channel 4)
  • Victoria Wood's Nice Cup of Tea – (BBC One)
Best Single Documentary Best Television Drama

Fire In The Night – (STV), (BBC Scotland)

  • I Am Breathing – (Scottish Documentary Institute)
  • The Murder Trial – (Channel 4)

Murder – (BBC Scotland)

Best Current Affairs Best Children's Programme

Sins Of Our Fathers – (BBC Scotland)

  • Panorama: The Truth About Pills and Pregnancy – (BBC One)
  • Road to Referendum – (STV)

Comic Relief Does Glee Club Live Final – (CBBC), (BBC Scotland)

Best Game Best Animation

Coolson's Artisanal Chocolate Alphabet – Things Made Out of Other Things

  • Impossible Road – Pixels on Toast
  • Mr Shingu's Paper Zoo – Stormcloud Games Limited

Hart's Desire – Gavin C Robinson

  • The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat – Ross Hogg
  • Seams and Embers – Claire Lamond

Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television[edit]

Outstanding Contribution to Craft (In Memory of Robert McCann)[edit]

  • Steve Begg

Outstanding Contribution to Broadcasting[edit]

Special Award for 2013[edit]

BAFTA Scotland Cineworld Audience Award[edit]

See also[edit]


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