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LONDON — Peter Mullan‘s Neds, Morag McKinnon‘s Donkeys and David Mackenzie‘s Perfect Sense will vie for this year’s best film at the BAFTA Scotland awards.
The ceremony, separate to BAFTA’s film awards next year, takes place in November in Glasgow, Scotland.
Mullan, McKinnon and Mackenzie have also all secured best director nomination slots for their respective films.
Mullan, no stranger to awards and an actor and writer as well as director, finds his penmanship for Neds nominated for the evening’s best writer nod alongside Colin McLaren for Donkeys and David Kane for his BBC TV two-parter Field of Blood.
BAFTA’s Scottish chapter also dishes out a slew of other nods in categories including best actor, actress – film, best actor, actresss – television and best television drama.
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Sterling K. Brown