April 12, 2015 oggitomic

FINDING FAMILY SCOOPS TWO SCOTTISH BAFTAS

The British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) Scotland has announced the winners of the British Academy Scotland New Talent Awards at a glittering ceremony in Glasgow’s The Arches. Hosted by Muriel Gray for the third year running, the event honoured new work made by students and emerging practitioners, highlighting the bright future of Scottish film, television and games.

Each year, BAFTA Scotland celebrates and rewards the diverse array of up-and-coming talent working within Scotland’s moving image industries. The British Academy Scotland New Talent Awards of 2014 featured 35 nominees from across the country. Judging panels made up of more than fifty industry professionals considered hundreds of entries to decide the shortlist and winners for each of the 12 categories.

Oggi Tomic with Chris Leslie at the awards ceremony.

Oggi Tomic with Chris Leslie at the awards ceremony.

Finding Family was awarded Best Factual award the prestigious Best New Work award, supported by Channel 4.  This was the final prize of the night and is a ‘best of the best’, as it featured each of the 12 category winners going forward to be judged by a special panel for additional recognition.

 

Oggi Tomic & Chris Leslie for Finding Family winner of Best New Work presented by Ian MacKenzie, Media Project Manager, Creative Diversity at Channel 4

Oggi Tomic & Chris Leslie for Finding Family winner of Best New Work presented by Ian MacKenzie, Media Project Manager, Creative Diversity at Channel 4

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