A SHEFFIELD film company is celebrating after picking up a Bafta.
Diarmid Scrimshaw, of Warp Films, and Paddy Considine won Outstanding Debut by a British Writer, Director or Producer for Tyrannosaur.
The film, about a man plagued by violence and rage who finds redemption from a charity shop worker, has already won five awards at the British Independent Film Awards.
Warp Films, launched 10 years ago, has been involved in several award-winning features including Four Lions, which was shot in Sheffield, and Shane Meadows’ This Is England.
Mr Scrimshaw, from Sheffield, described Tyrannosaur as a ‘universal story’ of how love and hope could be found in the ‘darkest of places’.