Paul Mescal and Frankie Corio in Critics' Week winner Aftersun by Charlotte Well Photo: Courtesy of Cannes Critics' Week
Charlotte Wells and Frankie Corrio at the Scottish BAFTAs at the Double Tree Hotel in Glasgow Photo: BAFTA via Getty Images
Wells was named Best Director, while Paul Mescal also took home a gong for this portrayal of a troubled single dad who takes his young daughter (Frankie Corrio, who was also nominated) on a package holiday in her emotionally intense drama. Wells also took home the prize for Director Fiction and Writer Film/Television.
The prize for Feature Film went to Iran-set drama Winners, while Lucy Halliday received the award for Actress Film for her supporting role as a lesbian teenager who forges a bond with her teacher in Blue Jean, her first on-screen performance.
Jono McLeod won Director Factual for My Old School, which recounts the stranger than fiction tale of a man who posed as a high school student.
A Long Winter, directed by Eilidh Munro and Finlay Pretsell received the Short Film and Animation award.
Director Jon S Baird presented Shirley Henderson with the Outstanding Contribution to Film and Television, given in recognition of an exceptional standard of work across a long career.