FILMG has announced the winners of this year’s Gaelic short-film awards.

The winner of Best Drama - including a £1000 prize - went to ‘Mar a Thachair do Dh’fhear a Sgur a Dhol Dhan Eaglais’ (The Man Who Stopped Going to Church).

The film’s director, Lewis-based John Murdo MacAulay, also won the prize for Best Industry Director.

Also from Lewis, Glasgow School of Art student Danielle MacLeod won two awards for her entry Bho Clach gu Clach (From Stone to Stone): Best Heritage Film and Most Promising New Director.

Edinburgh Napier University student, Lana Pheutan from Skye, won two of the three awards for which she had been shortlisted, winning Best Performance and Best Student Film for her film ‘Coig Puing a’ Trì’ (Five Point Three) which tells the story of the challenges faced by transgender woman.

Lana also won the People’s Choice award, as voted by the public on the FilmG website.

For the first time in FilmG history, the youth prize for Best Film was awarded to an independent young filmmaker, away from FilmG workshops or school support. Lachlan Peel from Edinburgh won with his comedy film ‘Eòghan Beag: Latha Mòr’ (Wee Ewan: A Big Day).

The FilmG Awards are available to watch on iPlayer.

THE Travelling Gallery is to take an exhibition by Arpita Shah, Alice Theobald and Holly Whiteon the road from 6 March to 15 June from Ayrshire to the Western Isles.

The show "considers the contrasts of adolescence past and present as comparatively tame, nostalgic teenage magazines are exhibited next to the never-ending click bate of internet culture."

Shah's work is called Dear Green place and shows intimate portraits of Glaswegian teenagers.

Holly White presents artworks alongside archival magazines, selected by Holly from the Museum of Childhood’s collection in Edinburgh.

The final work in the exhibition is the 3D film The Next Step by Alice Theobald.

The musical, in three acts, shows two men walking with a dog and a baby through a park and having an existential, lyrical conversation.