Paul Wright’s For Those In Peril, about a young man in a Scottish fishing village reeling after a tragic accident, did the double at the BAFTA Scotland Awards 2013 last night.
At a ceremony in Glasgow, honouring both Scottish productions as well as Scottish talent working in other UK productions, lead actor George Mackay picked up the coveted best actor/actress in film award.
The film, which was selected for Cannes Critics’ Week, also won best film beating competition from documentary Fire in the Night and ganger feature The Wee Man.
However, both runners-up picked up separate awards with Fire In the Night winning best single documentary and The Wee Man picking up the BAFTA Scotland Cineworld Audience Award, voted for by the public.
Emma Davie and Morag Mckinnon both collected the best director award for