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Mafia sheep plot wins Gaelic FilmG award

Millburn Academy pupils. Pic: FilmG
Image caption Millburn Academy pupils were among this year's FilmG winners

A short film about a mafia plot against sheep has won a group of Inverness school pupils a best script award at the Gaelic FilmG awards.

Millburn Academy won the award in the 12-17 age category. Pupil Kenneth MacLeod also won a New Faces New Voices prize.

Megan Dale, a pupil at Dingwall Academy, also won a New Faces New Voices award for another film.

The competition aims to find new talent and ideas for BBC Alba.

It is run by MG Alba and open to both Gaelic and non-Gaelic speakers. The full list of winners is available on the FilmG website.

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