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FilmG winners strike gold

HIGHLAND youngsters were celebrating last weekend after scooping 16 gongs at the FilmG Awards in Glasgow’s Old Fruitmarket, marking 10 years of FilmG.

Lewis-based John Murdo MacAulay, won two of the top awards with his film, taking home both best drama and best industry director, while Danielle MacLeod won two awards for her entry: best heritage film and most promising new director. The prize for most promising new director, funded by HIE, will see Danielle secure a placement with a Highands and Islands-based production company.

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