STARS of TV and film arrived on the red carpet in Glasgow for the Bafta Scotland awards.

Famous faces began arriving early evening gat the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in the city centre for the ceremony.

TV Newsnight presenter Kirsty Wark stopped to sing autographs for star spotters waiting outside.

Glasgow Times: Kirsty Wark arrives at Baftascomedian and presenter Susan Calman was among the quests arriving for the event.

Glasgow Times: Susan CalmanOscar-nominated Screenwriter, Kyrsty Wilson-Cairns, who worked with Sam Medes on World War I film 1917 was pictured on arriving at the hotel.

Glasgow Times: Krysty Wilson CairnsSinger Talia Storm was another of the Scottish stars attending the awards.

Glasgow Times: Talia Storm

Cameraman, wildlife presenter and Strictly Come Dancing winner, Hamza Yassin, stopped for photos going into the hotel.

Glasgow Times: Hamza Yassin

Scottish politicians were also in attendance.

First Minister, Humza Yousaf and his wife, Nadia el-Nakla, arrived for the awards.

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While Scottish Labour leader, Anas Sarwar arrived with deputy leader, Jackie Baillie.

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Multi Oscar-nominated sound engineer Stuart Wilson, who worked on Star Wars and Batman movies and War Horse among others, swapped Hollywood for Glasgow.

Glasgow Times: Stuart Wilson