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Bafta Scotland Awards

The 2005 BAFTA Scotland (or Scottish Bafta) award winners were announced at the Radisson SAS Hotel in Glasgow on Nov. 13, '05.

("*" denotes the winner in each category)

In Gaby Dellal's On a Clear Day, a suddenly unemployed middle-aged man (Peter Mullan) whose young son had died from drowning decides to regain his self-esteem by swimming across the English Channel. Brenda Blethyn is his loving wife and Jamie Sives is the couple's estranged son.



Best Film
* On a Clear Day
A Woman in Winter

Best Director
* Festival - Directed by Annie Griffin
On a Clear Day - Directed Gaby Dellal
A Woman in Winter - Directed by Richard Jobson

Best Actor in a Scottish Film
* Festival - Chris O'Dowd
Festival - Stephen Mangan

Best Actress in a Scottish Film
* Frozen - Shirley Henderson
Festival - Daniela Nardini

Best Screenplay
Festival - Screenplay by Annie Griffin
Night People - Screenplay by Jack Dickson & Adrian Mead
* On a Clear Day - Screenplay by Alex Rose

Best Animation
* A Bus Ride and Flowers in Her Hair (Directed by Asaf Agranat)
Cannon Man (Directed by Douglas Neilson)
The True Story of Sawney Beane (Directed by Elizabeth Hobbs)

Best Documentary
* The Holyrood Files (Directed by Stuart Greig)

Best Short Film
* Dupe (Directed by Chris Waitt)
Cotopaxi (Directed by Zack Copping)
Vagabond Shoes (Directed by Jackie Oudney)

Cineworld Audience Award
* Night People
On a Clear Day
A Woman in Winter

Outstanding Achievement in Film
Iain Smith



Best New Work
Bargain (Directed by Gunhild Enger)
* Can't Stop Breathing (Directed by Amy Neil)
The Grandparents (Directed by Ioana Joca)

Best First-Time Director
Ioana Joca - The Grandparents
Andrew Tullis - The Man who Captured Nessie
Andrew Henderson - The Rest is Silence
* Samir Mehanovic - The Way We Played

Best New Screenplay
At the End of the Sentence - Written by David Grieg
* The Immeasurable Joy - Written by Gregor Barclay
Karma Cowboys - Written by Rae Brunton

Best First-Time Performance
* Kelly Anne Farquhar - Monarch of the Glen
Michelle Duncan - Sea of Souls
Tammy Arnold - Sweetie



News & Current Affairs
* Frontline Scotland - Home Truths: The Real Cost of Care
Reporting Scotland

* The Fighting McIlroys
The Gathering Place
The Gospel Truth
This Scotland: Heavy Metal Jr

Days that Shook the World: Hindenburg
Michael Palin & the Mystery of Hammershoi
* Location, Location, Location
Map Man

Monarch of the Glen
* Sea of Souls

* Still Game
Meet the Magoons
Comedy Connections: Monty Python's Flying Circus

* Balamory
Shoebox Zoo

Gaelic Language
Colin & Cumberland
* Eorpa: Arandora Star
Sùgh an Eòrna


* Aig Cridhe Ar Ciùil - Created by Seonaid Macleod, Donald I. Macdonald
Edinburgh Fringe Podcast - Created by Ewan Spence
Graffiti in the House of Lucretius - Created by Dan Norton, ABLAB

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