Roll of Honour at BAFTA Scotland 2015
This year's nominations for the Scottish BAFTAs have arrived, and we are delighted to anounce that three Awardees have received recognition for their exceptional work in the New Talent category.
Gillian Park, Steven Cameron Ferguson and Ian Forbes all received funding to support their studies at the National Film and Television School.
Gillian received a Dewar Award in 2012 to support her masters studies at the National Film and Television School. She is nominated in the Writer category for her film Flotsam - an intimate portrait of human failings and feelings set against the jagged, dramatic mountains of west coast of Scotland.
Gillian is a natural storyteller with a flair for comedy and a powerful, original voice. Read more about her here.
Steven Cameron Ferguson
Steven dreamed of studying at the National Film and Television School, and in 2011 he was offered a coveted place on the MA in Cinematography. The Dewar Arts Awards supported him in accepting this offer. Steven is now nominated for a Scottish BAFTA in Camera/Photography for his graduation film Sick - the story of a lonely, isolated mother.
Read more about Steven here.
Ian has a passion for image, story and collaboration. He received a Dewar Award in 2014 to enable him to complete a Masters in Cinematography at the National Film and Television School. He is now nominated for a BAFTA in Camera/Photography for his work on Seahorse - the story of a first love...and a pregnant boy.
Read more about Ian here.
'Seahorse' Trailer - Ian Forbes (c) NFTS
Congratulations to all three Awardees. We will be rooting for you all at this year's British Academy of Scotland Award Ceremony.
See the full list of this year's nominations here.
We have supported more than 300 talented young artists. Find out more about them here.
View multimedia examples of previous Awardees’ work, including films, music and images.