T2 Trainspotting won three Scottish BAFTAs
The sequel to Trainspotting - which reunites the characters (played by the original cast) in middle-age - was named best fiction film, while Ewen Bremner picked up the film actor award and Danny Boyle was named best fiction director.
Hope Dickson Leach won the best film/television writer for her drama The Levelling.
The best actress gong went to Deirdre Mullins for her role in Highlands-set thriller The Dark Mile.
The award for outstanding contribution to film and television was awarded to Armando Iannucci, the multi BAFTA-winning writer, producer, director and political satirist, whose latest film The Death Of Stalin is currently in cinemas.
Ross Hogg followed up his short film win for Isabella last year (shared with Duncan Cowles), netting the animation award for Life Cycles. This year's short film prize went to The Inescapable Arrival of Lazlo Petushki by Sven Werner and David Brown.
Jude MacLaverty, Director of BAFTA Scotland, said: "It has been a superb evening and this year’s impressive list of winners and nominees highlight the wealth of talent we have here in Scotland’s film, television and games industries. We’re thrilled to celebrate the inspiring work that’s going on in Scotland, and the fact that so much Scottish talent is being recognised internationally in the moving industries. We offer our warmest congratulations to all our worthy winners."
The full list of film winners is below:
Actor - Film
Winner: Ewen Bremner - T2 Trainspotting
Robert Carlyle - T2 Trainspotting
Ewan McGregor - T2 Trainspotting
Actress - Film
Kate Dickie - Prevenge
Freya Mavor - Modern Life Is Rubbish
Winner: Deirdre Mullins - The Dark Mile
Home Matters - Playdead
Winner: Life Cycles - Ross Hogg
Spindrift - Selina Wagner, Anna Thomson, Mike Vass
Director - Fiction
Winner: Danny Boyle - T2 Trainspotting
Hope Dickson Leach - The Levelling
Tom Vaughan - Victoria
Accidental Anarchist - John Archer, Clara Glynn, Berny McGurk - Hopscotch Films
Donkeyote - Chico Pereira, Sonja Henrici, Julian Schwanitz - SDI Productions
Winner: T2 Trainspotting - Danny Boyle, John Hodge, Andrew Macdonald, Christian Colson - DNA Films/Decibel Films/Cloud Eight Films
1745 - Morayo Akandé, Gordon Napier, John McKay - Scottish Film Talent Network
Winner: 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
Winner: Hope Dickson Leach - The Levelling