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Calibre, Netflix’s dark thriller about two friends who go on an ill-fated hunting trip, has emerged with the most nominations for this year’s BAFTA Scotland awards, honoring the best talent in film, TV and games produced in Scotland.
The film came away with five nominations, including all three slots in the best actor category for Jack Lowden, Tony Curran and Martin McCann. Meanwhile, Matt Palmer received nods as director and writer.
Elsewhere, Armando Iannucci also earned nominations for his work as director and writer on The Death of Stalin, while Colm McCarthy picked up a director nomination for the feature-length Black Mirror episode ‘Black Museum.’
Giving Netflix another nomination, Kiran Sonia Sawar, who starred in the Black Mirror episode ‘Crocodile,’ is up for best TV actress.
The BAFTA Scotland awards will be held in Glasgow on Nov. 4.
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