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Duaisean FilmG

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[Màiri Rodgers – Preseantair] Abair oidhche mhòr a bha ann an Glaschu aig an deireadh-sheachdain agus Duaisean FilmG gan toirt seachad. Thàinig còrr is 400 bho air feadh Alba gu talla an 'Old Fruitmarket' sa bhaile, gus faighinn a-mach dìreach a fhuair duaisean na h-òigridh agus nan inbheach am-bliadhna. Bha Kerr Gibb an-làthair dhuinne.

[Kerr Gibb – Neach-aithris] Bha rionnagan telebhisein agus film an làthair airson an t-seachdamh duaisean FilmG. Ann an duaisean roinn na h-òigridh, b’e Sgoil Bàgh a’ Chaisteil a thog am prìomh dhuais am film as fhèarr.

[Ciorstaidh Dhòmhnallach] Uill dìreach thuirt na tidsearan rinn agus bha sinn a’ smaointinn dìreach airson an craic dìreach airson a bhith coinneachadh ri caraidean ‘s dìreach coimhead air na filmichean ach cha robh dùil againn dhuais fhaighinn ach bha sinn gu math toilichte nuair a fhuair.

[Kerr Gibb – Neach-aithris] Cuideachd, am measg nan duaisean bha Àrd-sgoil Phort Rìgh, Sgoil MhicNeacail, Acadamaidh na Grainnse à Cille Mheàrnaig agus fhuair Shannon NicIlleathain am Filmeadair Òg as Fhèarr. Thòisich duaisean nan inbheach le Film Oileanach as Fheàrr a chaidh gu ‘Crìsdean Cunnartach’ an ath Danny MacAskill a rèir cuid. Agus airson film mu na planaichean airson sgoil Ghàidhlig ùr ann am Port Rìgh, fhuair Kier Greatorex am film aithriseach as fhèarr. Ach, chaidh an oidhche gu mòr ri an chuid Iain MacAmhlaigh agus sgioba an fhilm ‘Briste’ agus Dannsairean an Eilein Sgitheanaich ‘s iad a’ toirt trì duaisean dhachaigh an urra. Dh’inns na dannsairean mu dheidhinn a tha am film anns a bheil iad, air a bheil ‘Siuthad a Sheònaid.’

[Beth] Mu dheidhinn boireannach agus duine agus bha an duine uabhasach leisg agus bha e ag ràdh siuthad a Sheònaid dèan seo dèan siud, dèan seo dèan siud agus cha robh i a’ faighinn fois.

[Kerr Gibb – Neach-aithris] Am measg nan duaisean a thog ‘Briste’, fhuair Erica Mhoireasdan an Cluicheadair as Fheàrr.

[Iain Beggs] Uill rud a dh’innsinn ‘s e gu bheil John Murdo uabhasach math a’ stiùireadh dhaoine agus sgioba bh’ aige cuideachd bha e dìreach sgoinneil a bhith ag obair còmhla riutha. Tha mi cinnteach gum bi John Murdo a’ cantainn an aon rud agus bha e dìreach sgoinneil a bhith ag obair le cleasaichean eile mar Ellen agus Erica agus Sean MacLeòid, bha esan sgoinneil fhèin mhath agus sin an rud a rinn e, bha e uabhasach furasta dìreach a bhith ag obair mar sin air sgàth gur e sgioba cho math a bh’ againn.

[Kerr Gibb – Neach-aithris] Agus le ceòl bhon chòmhlan Skipinnish, bha duaisean FilmG seachad airson bliadhna eile. B’ fhiach sùil a thoirt air làrach-lìn FilmG airson na filmichean air fad agus an fheadhainn a bhuannaich fhaicinn. Kerr Gibb, BBC An Là, Glaschu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FilmG awards

English Beurla

[Màiri Rodgers – Presenter] There was a big night in Glasgow at the weekend with the FilmG awards taking place. More than 400 came from all over Scotland to the ‘Old Fruitmarket’ in town to find out who received the youth and adult awards this year. Kerr Gibb was there for us.

[Kerr Gibb – Reporter] Television and film stars were present for the 7th FilmG Awards. In the youth category it was Castlebay School who picked up the top award for the Best Film.

[Kirsty MacDonald] Well the teachers just mentioned it to us and we thought for the craic we would go, to meet up with friends and watch the films. We didn’t anticipate winning two awards but we’re very happy that we did.

[Kerr Gibb – Reporter] Also given awards were Portree High School, The Nicolson Institute, Grange Academy from Kilmarnock and Shannon Maclean got the Best Young Filmmaker. The adult awards began with the Best Student Film which went to “Dangerous Christopher” - the next Danny MacAskill seemingly. And for the film about the plans for a new Gaelic school in Portree, Kier Greatorex won the Best Documentary Film. But, the night really belonged to Iain MacAulay and the ‘Briste’ film team and the Isle of Skye dancers who took home three awards each. Tha dancers explained what the film they appear in is about, called “Go on Janet.”

[Beth] It’s about a husband and wife and the man is very lazy and he keeps saying go on Janet, do this do that, do this do that and she isn’t getting any peace.

[Kerr Gibb – Reporter] Amongst the awards ‘Briste’ won, Erica Morrison got the Best Actor.

[Iain Beggs] Well one thing I would say is that John Murdo is very good at directing people and the team he had too were just excellent to work with. I’m sure John Murdo would say the same thing and it was brilliant to work with other actors such as Ellen and Erica and Sean Macleod, he was very good. It was really easy just to work like that as the team we had was so good.

[Kerr Gibb – Reporter] And with music from the band Skippinish, the FilmG awards were over for another year. It’s worth having a look at the FilmG website to see all the films and those who won awards. Kerr Gibb, BBC An Là, Glasgow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Duaisean FilmG

Gaelic Gàidhlig

[Màiri Rodgers – Preseantair] Abair oidhche mhòr a bha ann an Glaschu aig an deireadh-sheachdain agus Duaisean FilmG gan toirt seachad. Thàinig còrr is 400 bho air feadh Alba gu talla an 'Old Fruitmarket' sa bhaile, gus faighinn a-mach dìreach a fhuair duaisean na h-òigridh agus nan inbheach am-bliadhna. Bha Kerr Gibb an-làthair dhuinne.

[Kerr Gibb – Neach-aithris] Bha rionnagan telebhisein agus film an làthair airson an t-seachdamh duaisean FilmG. Ann an duaisean roinn na h-òigridh, b’e Sgoil Bàgh a’ Chaisteil a thog am prìomh dhuais am film as fhèarr.

[Ciorstaidh Dhòmhnallach] Uill dìreach thuirt na tidsearan rinn agus bha sinn a’ smaointinn dìreach airson an craic dìreach airson a bhith coinneachadh ri caraidean ‘s dìreach coimhead air na filmichean ach cha robh dùil againn dhuais fhaighinn ach bha sinn gu math toilichte nuair a fhuair.

[Kerr Gibb – Neach-aithris] Cuideachd, am measg nan duaisean bha Àrd-sgoil Phort Rìgh, Sgoil MhicNeacail, Acadamaidh na Grainnse à Cille Mheàrnaig agus fhuair Shannon NicIlleathain am Filmeadair Òg as Fhèarr. Thòisich duaisean nan inbheach le Film Oileanach as Fheàrr a chaidh gu ‘Crìsdean Cunnartach’ an ath Danny MacAskill a rèir cuid. Agus airson film mu na planaichean airson sgoil Ghàidhlig ùr ann am Port Rìgh, fhuair Kier Greatorex am film aithriseach as fhèarr. Ach, chaidh an oidhche gu mòr ri an chuid Iain MacAmhlaigh agus sgioba an fhilm ‘Briste’ agus Dannsairean an Eilein Sgitheanaich ‘s iad a’ toirt trì duaisean dhachaigh an urra. Dh’inns na dannsairean mu dheidhinn a tha am film anns a bheil iad, air a bheil ‘Siuthad a Sheònaid.’

[Beth] Mu dheidhinn boireannach agus duine agus bha an duine uabhasach leisg agus bha e ag ràdh siuthad a Sheònaid dèan seo dèan siud, dèan seo dèan siud agus cha robh i a’ faighinn fois.

[Kerr Gibb – Neach-aithris] Am measg nan duaisean a thog ‘Briste’, fhuair Erica Mhoireasdan an Cluicheadair as Fheàrr.

[Iain Beggs] Uill rud a dh’innsinn ‘s e gu bheil John Murdo uabhasach math a’ stiùireadh dhaoine agus sgioba bh’ aige cuideachd bha e dìreach sgoinneil a bhith ag obair còmhla riutha. Tha mi cinnteach gum bi John Murdo a’ cantainn an aon rud agus bha e dìreach sgoinneil a bhith ag obair le cleasaichean eile mar Ellen agus Erica agus Sean MacLeòid, bha esan sgoinneil fhèin mhath agus sin an rud a rinn e, bha e uabhasach furasta dìreach a bhith ag obair mar sin air sgàth gur e sgioba cho math a bh’ againn.

[Kerr Gibb – Neach-aithris] Agus le ceòl bhon chòmhlan Skipinnish, bha duaisean FilmG seachad airson bliadhna eile. B’ fhiach sùil a thoirt air làrach-lìn FilmG airson na filmichean air fad agus an fheadhainn a bhuannaich fhaicinn. Kerr Gibb, BBC An Là, Glaschu.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

FilmG awards

English Beurla

[Màiri Rodgers – Presenter] There was a big night in Glasgow at the weekend with the FilmG awards taking place. More than 400 came from all over Scotland to the ‘Old Fruitmarket’ in town to find out who received the youth and adult awards this year. Kerr Gibb was there for us.

[Kerr Gibb – Reporter] Television and film stars were present for the 7th FilmG Awards. In the youth category it was Castlebay School who picked up the top award for the Best Film.

[Kirsty MacDonald] Well the teachers just mentioned it to us and we thought for the craic we would go, to meet up with friends and watch the films. We didn’t anticipate winning two awards but we’re very happy that we did.

[Kerr Gibb – Reporter] Also given awards were Portree High School, The Nicolson Institute, Grange Academy from Kilmarnock and Shannon Maclean got the Best Young Filmmaker. The adult awards began with the Best Student Film which went to “Dangerous Christopher” - the next Danny MacAskill seemingly. And for the film about the plans for a new Gaelic school in Portree, Kier Greatorex won the Best Documentary Film. But, the night really belonged to Iain MacAulay and the ‘Briste’ film team and the Isle of Skye dancers who took home three awards each. Tha dancers explained what the film they appear in is about, called “Go on Janet.”

[Beth] It’s about a husband and wife and the man is very lazy and he keeps saying go on Janet, do this do that, do this do that and she isn’t getting any peace.

[Kerr Gibb – Reporter] Amongst the awards ‘Briste’ won, Erica Morrison got the Best Actor.

[Iain Beggs] Well one thing I would say is that John Murdo is very good at directing people and the team he had too were just excellent to work with. I’m sure John Murdo would say the same thing and it was brilliant to work with other actors such as Ellen and Erica and Sean Macleod, he was very good. It was really easy just to work like that as the team we had was so good.

[Kerr Gibb – Reporter] And with music from the band Skippinish, the FilmG awards were over for another year. It’s worth having a look at the FilmG website to see all the films and those who won awards. Kerr Gibb, BBC An Là, Glasgow.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sgoil Bhàgh a’ Chaisteil - Castlebay School

Àrd-sgoil Phort Rìgh - Portree High School

Sgoil MhicNeacail - The Nicolson Institute

Acadamaidh na Grainnse - Grange Academy

Cille Mheàrnaig - Kilmarnock