Morag McKinnon’s 'Donkeys' Wins BAFTA Scotland Best Film Nod
James Cosmo picks up best actor at Sunday evening ceremony in Glasgow, Scotland.
LONDON – Morag McKinnon’s Donkeys won best film and star James Cosmo picked up best actor at this year’s BAFTA Scotland awards.
The ceremony, separate to BAFTA’s film awards in 2012, took place in Glasgow, Scotland Sunday evening.
Actor/director Peter Mullan walked away with the best director and best writer plaudits for his movie Neds.
Scottish actor Robbie Coltrane, whose resume boasts Hagrid in the Harry Potter franchise, was honored with a special award for outstanding contribution to film.
BAFTA’s Scottish chapter holds its awards every two years.
Small screen winners included the BBC series Case Histories for best drama.
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