TV drama Mayflies was among the winners at the Bafta Scotland awards.

The adaptation of Andrew O'Hagan’s book starring Tony Curran and Martin Compston as long time friends Tully and James trying to come to terms with devastating news won for Best Television Scripted.

Best Actor for Film went to Paul Mescal for Aftersun, while Best Actress for Film was awarded to Lucy Halliday for her role in Blue Jean.

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Frankie Boyle’s Farewell to the Monarchy won for Best Entertainment and The Mysterious Mr Lagerfeld won Best Documentary.

Three Mothers, Two Babies and a Scandal won Best Factual Series.

Lauren Lyle won the Audience Award for her role as Detective Sergeant Karen Pirie.

Stuart Wilson, a sound recordist, who has worked on Star Wars and Batman movies and been nominated for an Oscar was honoured for his achievements with the Outstanding Contribution to Craft award.

The documentary My Old School, starring Alan Cumming on 36 year-old Brian McKinnon posing as 16 year-old Brandon Lee, going back to school to try to get into medical school won Jono McLeod the best director factual category.

The Bafta Scotland awards were held at the DoubleTree by Hilton hotel in Glasgow.