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BAFTA Cymru winners announced at star-studded awards ceremony

Credit: ITV Wales

The winners of the 2018 BAFTA Cymru awards were announced at an star-studded awards ceremony on Sunday evening.

Amongst the winners at the ceremony in Cardiff were Jack Rowan for his role in Channel 4's Born to Kill.

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Also taking home a gong was S4C's Y Salon for Entertainment Programme.

Ioan Gruffudd praised the Welsh film and television industry Credit: ITV Wales

Ioan Gruffudd, who was nominated for the Actor award, was at the red carpet alongside a host of other Welsh talent. He praised the Welsh film and television industry.

I'm thrilled for the city, for Wales itself and for the Welsh language. There's so much work here and people are getting opportunity.

– Ioan Gruffudd

Here are the winners in full are:

PRESENTER GARETH ‘ALFIE’ THOMAS IN Alfie v Homophobia: Hate in the Beautiful Game

GAME LATE SHIFT

SHORT FILM HELFA’R HELI

EDITING DAFYDD HUNT for Bang

SINGLE DOCUMENTARY RICHARD AND JACO: LIFE WITH AUTISM

SOUND JOHN MARKHAM for Band Cymru 2018

ORIGINAL MUSIC AMY WADGE / LAURENCE LOVE GREED for Keeping Faith/Un Bore Mercher

WRITER MATTHEW HALL for Keeping Faith/Un Bore Mercher

DIRECTOR: FICTION EUROS LYN for Kiri

SIAN PHILLIPS AWARD Lindy Hemming

PHOTOGRAPHY AND LIGHTING STUART BIDDLECOMBE Craith

COSTUME DESIGN SIAN JENKINS for Reqiuem

PHOTOGRAPHY FACTUAL HUW TALFRYN WALTERS for Frank Lloyd Wright: The Man Who Built America

NEWS AND CURRENT AFFAIRS WEEK IN WEEK OUT

DIRECTOR: FACTUAL LAURA MARTIN-ROBINSON and CLAIRE HILL for Richard and Jaco: Life with Autism

FACTUAL SERIES SURGEONS: AT THE EDGE OF LIFE

ENTERTAINMENT PROGRAMME SALON

CHILDREN’S PROGRAMME CIC

TELEVISION DRAMA BANG

OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTION TO TELEVISION Mavis Nicholson

ACTOR JACK ROWAN as Sam IN Born to Kill

ACTRESS EVE MYLES as Faith Howells IN Keeping Faith/Un Bore Mercher