BAFTA Scotland Shortlist Announced

Hallam Foe, The Last King of Scotland and Seachd – The Inaccessible Pinnacle are all in the running for the best film award at this year’s Scottish BAFTAs – which announced its shortlist yesterday.

And among the TV nominees at the awards ceremony – taking place a fortnight on Sunday – are Channel 4’s Wedding Belles, the BBC4 drama, Consenting Adults, and stv’s Rebus.

The ceremony is to be streamed, live on the internet.

The nominations………………

Best Interactive

Championship Manager 2007
Dynamo Games

Crackdown
Realtime Worlds

Raven: The Secret Temple
www.bbc.co.uk/cbbc/raven
BBC Scotland for CBBC

Film

Best Animation

Haunted Hogmanay
Directed by Neil Jack
Produced by Cameron Fraser
Kolik Films

Potapych – The Bear who loved Vodka
Directed by Darren Price
Produced by Nicola Black
Blackwatch/ Channel 4

Two Dreams
Directed and produced by
Anders Jedenfors and Jamie Stone
Thumbs Up Productions

Best Short Film

Breadmakers
Directed Yasmin Fedda
Produced by Robin Mitchell and Jim Hickey
Caddies Productions/ Scottish Documentary Institute

Butterfly
Directed by Yulia Mahr
Produced by Sonja Henrici
Scottish Documentary Institute

Losing Myself: Annie
Directed by Alice Nelson
Produced by Sarah Tierney
Clarity Productions/ Channel 4

Best Feature Film

Hallam Foe
Directed by David Mackenzie
Produced by Gillian Berrie
Sigma Films

The Last King of Scotland
Directed by Kevin Macdonald
Produced by Lisa Bryer, Andrea Calderwood and Charles Steel
DNA Films

Seachd – The Inaccessible Pinnacle
Directed by Simon Miller
Produced by Christopher Young
Young Films

Best Screenplay

Ed Whitmore and David Mackenzie for Hallam Foe
Directed by David Mackenzie
Produced by Gillian Berrie
Sigma Films

Peter Morgan and Jeremy Brock for
The Last King of Scotland
Directed by Kevin Macdonald
Produced by Lisa Bryer, Andrea Calderwood and Charles Steel
DNA Films

Simon Miller, Jo Cockwell, Ishbel T. MacDonald,