BAFTA Scotland Awards 2022 winners announced

The BAFTA Scotland Awards 2022 took place on Sunday 20 November, celebrating the very best in film, games and television produced over the last year in Scotland.

The Screen Scotland supported Guilt was the biggest winner of the night, receiving awards for Television Scripted, and Writer Film/Television for writer/creator Neil Forsyth. This is the second time the show has won both categories at the BAFTA Scotland Awards, after winning in 2020. Alongside, they took home the Actress Television award in this year’s ceremony, which was won by Phyllis Logan for her performance as Maggie.

Dougray Scott and Phyllis Logan holding BAFTA Scotland trophies.Dougray Scott and Phyllis Logan at BAFTA Scotland Awards 2022, courtesy of BAFTA Scotland

Screen Scotland supported winners

Single Documentary
The Hermit of Treig

Writer Film/TV
Neil Forsyth (Guilt)

Short Film and Animation
Too Rough

Feature Film
Dying to Divorce

Actress TV
Phyllis Logan (Guilt)

Actor TV
Dougray Scott (Crime)

Director Fiction
James Strong (Vigil)

TV Scripted

Mark Bonnar on red carpetMark Bonnar at BAFTA Scotland Awards 2022, courtesy of BAFTA Scotland

Roundup of award wins

The Hunt For Bible John picked up two awards, for Specialist Factual and Director - Factual for Matt Pinder.

Jack Lowden won Actor Film for his portrayal of Siegfried Sassoon in Benediction, and Actress Film was won by Izuka Hoyle as Camille in hit British film Boiling Point.

Darren McGarvey’s Addictions was the winner of Factual Series. Dispatches: The Truth about Nike and Adidas won for News and Current Affairs.

The award for Features was won by Miriam and Alan: Lost in Scotland. Biffy Clyro: A Celebration of Endings won for Entertainment.

The Game award was won by Blazing Griffin for Hercule Poirot: The First Cases.

The BAFTA Scotland Audience Award (in partnership with Screen  Scotland) for the public’s favourite Scot on Screen was awarded to Sam Heughan for Outlander.

The multi-talented Peter Capaldi was presented with the BAFTA Scotland Award for Outstanding Contribution to Film & Television by Phyllis Logan. One of BAFTA’s highest accolades, this prestigious award is presented to a Scottish individual who has made significant contributions in either major feature films or network television programmes.

Sam HeughanSam Heughan at BAFTA Scotland Awards 2022, courtesy of BAFTA Scotland

Event supporters and partners of this year’s event are Acqua Panna,  BBC Scotland, Champagne Taittinger, Channel 4, Deloitte, Edinburgh Gin, EE, Lancôme, Screen Scotland, S.Pellegrino, STV and Villa Maria.

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In Scotland, BAFTA is at the heart of the country’s screen industries.  It highlights the breadth and success of the production industry, identifies and supports the next generation of talent, and brings the very best work in Scottish film, games and television to public attention globally. It does so via a comprehensive range of screenings, educational events and masterclasses, including Guru Live Glasgow, where emerging talent are inspired by masterclasses and panels with industry professionals, and, since 1989, the annual BAFTA Scotland Awards, which champion the country’s very best in film, games and television. Find out more at