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SCOTLAND AWARDS: EXPLORE THE WINNERS
From the best performers to the best feature film, factual series and game, the British Academy Scotland Awards recognised an array of Scotland’s outstanding talent.
Edith Bowman presided over Sunday’s ceremony in Glasgow, which saw Armando Iannucci (pictured) and Doug Allan receive special awards and T2 Trainspotting take home the most awards on the night.
MASTERCLASS: COSTUME DESIGN WITH MICHAEL WILKINSON
The BAFTA-nominated costume designer whose projects include the award-winning American Hustle and DC Comic’s Justice League will discuss his work on defining genres through costume and the design process from sketch to screen.
JACQUELINE WILSON TO RECEIVE CHILDREN’S SPECIAL AWARD
The acclaimed children’s author whose work has been adapted into a multitude of award-winning television programmes, including the BAFTA-nominated series The Story of Tracy Beaker, and the feature length television drama Double Act, will receive the Special Award at next Sunday’s British Academy Children’s Awards.
Have you or someone you know made a great game this year? The British Academy Games Awards is currently open for entries. The awards are presented annually to recognise, honour and reward outstanding creative achievement in games. Titles submitted in the month of release benefit from an 70% entry discount, and the deadline for all entries is Friday 8 December 2017 at 17.00 GMT.