BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards

BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards

Published: 15/04/2016

Congratulations to RCS students and graduates who were honoured at last night’s BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards, winning in the Acting Performance Male, Acting Performance Female, Entertainment and Design categories.

Third-year Acting student Sarah Miele picked up the top award for Acting Performance Female for her role in Grimm Street, an amazing achievement as Sarah moves towards graduating this summer.

The Male Acting Performance category was won by RCS graduate and now acting tutor, Daniel Cameron for I am Me, a film depicting the story of a young man with learning difficulties.

Representing the successful Production department at RCS, Production Arts and Design graduate Cara Roxburgh won the Design award for her work on Tuesday.Fellow graduate Kevin Murray was also awarded the Entertainment award for Paperclip.

And finally, we weredelighted to see Atzi Muramatsu win in The Composer category. Atzi worked in the Transitions 20/40 team and is a talented musician and composer.

The awards, held at Drygate in Glasgow’s East End and hosted by Muriel Gray, recognise the latest new work by students and emerging practitioners, demonstrating the bright future of Scotland’s performing and production arts industry.

Read more and see the full list of nominees and winners online.

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