T2 Trainspotting leads Scottish BAFTA race

Five nominations for Boyle's sequel

by Amber Wilkinson

T2 Trainspotting leads charge for Scottish BAFTAs
T2 Trainspotting leads charge for Scottish BAFTAs
Danny Boyle's T2 Trainspotting has been nominated for five awards by Bafta Scotland.

The sequel to the 1986 hit is in the running for best film, best director, plus best actor nods for Ewen Bremner, Robert Carlyle and Ewan McGregor.

The film will vie for best film against Accidental Anarchist, directed by John Archer and Clara Glynn and Chico Pereira's docufiction Donkeyote.

The ceremony will take place on Sunday 5 November.

Full list of the film nominees:

Actor - Film

Ewen Bremner - T2 Trainspotting

Robert Carlyle - T2 Trainspotting

Ewan McGregor - T2 Trainspotting

Actress - Film

Kate Dickie - Prevenge

Freya Mavor - Modern Life Is Rubbish

Deirdre Mullins - The Dark Mile

Animation

Home Matters - Playdead

Life Cycles - Ross Hogg

Spindrift - Selina Wagner, Anna Thomson, Mike Vass

Director - Fiction

Danny Boyle - T2 Trainspotting

Hope Dickson Leach - The Levelling

Tom Vaughan - Victoria

Feature Film

Accidental Anarchist - John Archer, Clara Glynn, Berny McGurk - Hopscotch Films

Donkeyote - Chico Pereira, Sonja Henrici, Julian Schwanitz - SDI Productions

T2 Trainspotting - Danny Boyle, John Hodge, Andrew Macdonald, Christian Colson - DNA Films/Decibel Films/Cloud Eight Films

Short Film

1745 - Morayo Akandé, Gordon Napier, John McKay - Scottish Film Talent Network

The Inescapable Arrival of Lazlo Petushki - Sven Werner, David Brown - Scottish Film Talent Network

Plastic Man - Yulia Kovanova, Tracey Fearnehough, Ian Dodds, Anthea Harvey

Writer - Film/TV

Joe Ahearne - The Replacement

Simon Carlyle, Gregor Sharp - Two Doors Down

Hope Dickson Leach - The Levelling

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