Pair miss out on BAFTA award
A Castlemilk and Cambuslang pair were narrowly beaten at this year’s BAFTA Scotland New Talent awards.
Christopher Martin and Louise Dawson attended the glittering ceremony last Thursday, at the Drygate Brewery in Glasgow.
The evening was hosted by Muriel Gray for the fifth year and the event honoured new work made by students and emerging practitioners, highlighting the bright future of Scotland’s moving image industries.
Former St Dominic’s and St Margaret Mary’s pupil Chris, 35, was nominated for the acting performance male category for his role in Open Mike.
The award was clinched by 23-year-old Daniel Cameron for his part in I Am Me, in which he played a character with autism.
Louise from Eastfield, Cambuslang, was nominated for the Design category for her great work in the film Starfish.
Robin Haig, Lindsay McGee, Mandy Lee, Claire Nicol of Screen Academy Scotland at Edinburgh Napier University took home the award.