Actor Robbie Coltrane was honoured at the Scottish Baftas award ceremony for his marvelous contribution to film.
On Sunday, The Cracker and Harry Potter actor was one of several celebrities attending the ceremony in Glasgow.
Actor and director Peter Mullan picked up two awards for Neds—a film about a teenage boy growing up in 1970s Scotland. Donkeys was named best feature film while TV programmes Limmy’s Show and The Scheme were also honoured.
This year’s British Academy Scotland Awards were held after a one year absence.
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