It' the story of a group of factory workers from East Kilbride whose act of solidarity with Chilean workers defied the Pinochet regime. It premièred at this year's Glasgow Film Festival, and now Nae Pasaran, extended from the 2013 short film of the same name, has won Best Feature Film a this year's Scottish BAFTAs.
Felipe Bustos Sierra with his award
Meanwhile, maintaining the focus on international events, Armando Iannucci is taking home both Best Director and Best Writer prizes for his contributions to The Death Of Stalin.
Actor Alan Cumming received his award for outstanding contribution to cinema from First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. Accepting the award, the star - who studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland - said: "I wouldn't be an actor if I wasn't born in Scotland..
"My parents wouldn't have been able to afford to send me to an institution as good as the one I went to, if I was born anywhere else."
Those film awards in full:-
- Best Feature Film - Nae Pasaran
- Best Director - Armando Iannucci, The Death Of Stalin
- Best Actress - Shauna MacDonald, White Chamber
- Best Actor - Jack Lowden, Calibre
- Best Writer in Film/Television - Armando Iannucci, The Death Of Stalin
- Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television - Alan Cumming
- Best Short Film - My Loneliness Is Killing Me
- Best Animation - Widdershins