Nominees Announced for BAFTA in Scotland New Talent Awards 2011

Article by Jamie Dunn | 15 Mar 2011
  • Bafta New Talent

Another awards ceremony is on the horizon but you'll be glad to hear there isn't a stuttering king in sight. The BAFTA in Scotland New Talent Awards 2011 will be celebrating the young talent emerging on the Scottish moving image scene. Here's what Ewan Angus, Chairman of BAFTA in Scotland, had to say about the event:

"These unique awards acknowledge excellence and highlight the future talent of Scottish film, television and digital media. Each year the standard of work never ceases to impress and this year is no exception, with a fantastic array of work shortlisted."

The ceremony will take place at the Glasgow Film Theatre on 24 March 2011. Tickets can be purchased from the BAFTA In Scotland office on 0141 302 1770.

The full list of nominees is shown below:

Fixing Luka – Jessica Ashman, Anna Odell (DigiCult)

Domingueros  Nuria Gonzalez Blanco, Donald Holwill (Edinburgh College of Art)

Out On The Tiles – Anna Pearson, Donald  Holwill (Edinburgh College of Art)

Alexander Horowitz Room 9 RSAMD
Pete MacDonald Fixing Luka DigiCult 
Toby Mottershead Zombie Musical Haphazard Media


Another Day – Will Anderson, Brainz In Jarz, Donald Holwill (Edinburgh College of Art)
Home – Krish Shrikumar 
Lyrical Spread – Ian Robertson 


Matt Cameron for Visual Effects
Meta – Matt Cameron, Tom K Mcarthy, John Fairfield (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design) 
Grace Chang for Costume Design
Dogged – Jo Shaw, Britt Crowley (Red Crow Films) 
Julian Schwanitz for Director of Photography
Disco – Chico Pereira, James Mavor, Olivia Gifford, Gary Hall (Screen Academy Scotland, a Skillset Film and Media Academy at Edinburgh Napier University)

Graham Fitzpatrick
Mum's Birthday (Pilton Video)
Keith Grantham, Graham Hughes & Graeme McGeagh
The Big Slick (Enlightened Monster Productions)
Scott Mackay & David Barras
Electric Man (Strange Boat)


Naysun Alae-Carew
Zombie Musical (Haphazard Media) 
John Fairfield
Meta (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design) 
Victoria Thomas
The Bride's Ball (The Polka Dot Factory)

Sarah Drummond
Mum's Birthday (Pilton Video) 
Lizzie Gray
River City (BBC Scotland)
Richard Nicholls
End of the Road (Swift Films)

Amiera Darwish
Strange Places (Strange Films) 
Eileen MacLennan
Ah Seoladh (Screen HI)
Hanna Stanbridge
Outcast (Makar Productions)

Ryan McHenry
Zombie Musical (Haphazard Media) 
Lou McLoughlan
Caring for Calum (Screen Academy Scotland, a Skillset Film and Media Academy at Edinburgh College of Art)
David Stoddart