Pair miss out on BAFTA award

Rutherglen Reformer - - News -

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.

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