Ken Loach - Ken Loach's The Angels' Share Leads Scottish Bafta Nods

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British director Ken Loach's new film The Angels' Share is tipped to be the toast of the Scottish BAFTA Awards after picking up four nominations.

Loach's highly-acclaimed movie is up for Best Feature Film alongside Citadel and Up There at the annual ceremony, which celebrates the Scottish film, Tv and video games industries.

The movie's stars Siobhan Reilly and Paul Brannigan will compete for the Actor/Actress (Film) prize, while writer Paul Laverty is also up for an award.

Popular Scottish stars Elaine C. Smith and Gregor Fisher are also pitted against each other in the Actor/Actress (Tv) category for their turns as a married couple in longrunning BBC sitcom Rab C. Nesbitt.

The event will take place in Glasgow, Scotland on 18 November (12).


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