Independent movie SUMMER has triumphed at the Scottish BAFTA Awards - scooping the prizes for best feature and best director.
The movie, which stars Robert Carlyle, is helmed by filmmaker Kenny Glenaan.
Scottish actor Brian Cox was honoured for his role in this year's (08) The Escapist, picking up the award for best film acting performance, and Ken Stott received the gong for best television performance for his part in BBC drama Hancock and Joan.
The ceremony took place in Glasgow, Scotland on Sunday (09Oct08) night.
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