A 12-year-old actor has become the youngest winner of a Bafta for new talent.

Daniel Kerr won the best acting performance award at the Bafta (British Academy of Film and Television Arts) in Scotland New Talent Awards at a ceremony in Glasgow to honour young and rising talent in the screen industries.

Kerr won the prize for his portrayal of the former underworld figure Paul Ferris in the film The Wee Man.

Film director Garry Fraser won the best factual category for his hard-hitting documentary Everybody's Child, while Hannah and the Moon was given the Best New Work Award, sponsored by Channel 4.

Other awards went to Kate Charter and Joseph Atkinson in the animation category, while the team behind Lost Serenity won two awards.

Simone Smith picked up the Editor Award for Red and the Entertainment Award went to The State of Greenock, a satirical mockumentary set in Greenock in the year 2020.

The winners were unveiled at a ceremony in Glasgow's Òran Mór venue, hosted by Muriel Gray.