The 2019 BAFTA Scotland Awards took place on Sunday 3rd November at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Glasgow Central.
Leading the pack were Pact members Fable Pictures, who celebrated three wins for their indie hit, Wild Rose and another for biopic Stan & Ollie, whilst Firecrest Films’ Murder Case won two awards. Synchronicity Films' thrilling drama, The Cry, won the Television Scripted Award.
The creative team behind The Comedy Unit’s long-running sitcom, Still Game were honoured with the Outstanding Contribution to Television Award, whilst productions from STV, Matchlight and Sister Pictures were also recognised.
Full list of Pact winners
Fable Pictures: Feature Film - Wild Rose/ Actress Film - Jessie Buckley, Wild Rose/ Writer Film/Television - Nicole Taylor, Wild Rose/ Director Fiction - Jon S. Baird, Stan & Ollie
Firecrest Films: Features and Factual Series - Murder Case/ Director Factual - Matt Pinder, Murder Case
Matchlight: Single Documentary - Real Kashmir F.C.
Sister Pictures: Actor Television - Alex Ferns, Chernobyl
STV Productions: Specialist Factual - Yes/No: Inside the Indyref/ Actress Television - Kelly MacDonald, The Victim
Synchronicity Films: Television Scripted - The Cry
The Comedy Unit: Outstanding Contribution to Television - The creative team behind Still Game (Greg Hemphill, Ford Kiernan, Michael Hines)
Huge congratulations to them and to all the nominees and winners on the night.
See a full list here.