Summer (2008 film)
|Directed by||Kenneth Glenaan|
|Produced by||Camilla Bray|
|Written by||Hugh Ellis|
|Music by||Stephen McKeon|
|Edited by||Kristina Heatherington|
|Distributed by||Vertigo Films|
Contender Entertainment Group
Summer is a 2008 film directed by Kenneth Glenaan and starring Robert Carlyle and Rachael Blake. It tells the story of a lively and wayward man coming to terms with the realities of age and death. Shaun (Carlyle) has to confront past demons as his first love re-appears and his best friend, Daz, is terminally ill. The film is set mainly in the present and includes reflections on his childhood in flashbacks.
- BAFTA Scotland Award – Best Directing in Film or Television – Won
- BAFTA Scotland Award – Best Feature Film – Won
- BAFTA Scotland Award – Best Acting Performance in Film, Robert Carlyle – Nominee
- BAFTA Scotland. "BAFTA Scotland, Winners and Nominations". baftascotland.co.uk. Retrieved 3 March 2008.
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