The pair, who grew up in the Bradford district, pushed aside the likes of Idris Elba, Emma Stone and Michael Caine to claim the title of “Best British Film”.
Over 2.8 million votes were cast for this year’s awards, with Scott and Sid winning two of the top honours at a London ceremony on Wednesday 27th of March. Alongside being named “Best British Film”, the feature also picked up the award for “Best Supporting Actress”.
Scott and Sid, which was made for just £1m, had to fight off productions that had budgets over £6m+ including Elba’s “Yardie”.
Scott and Sid is a true story about two best friends from Bradford that set out on a 15 year journey to prove everyone wrong and make their film making dream a reality.
A true underdog story.
Written, directed and produced by Scott Elliott and Sid Sadowskyj, this was the duo’s debut feature film and so winning Best British Film has been a fitting tribute to their dream chasing philosophy and film making ambitions.
Scott and Sid will now be released in the United States later this year.
See the official trailer here:
Find out more at: http://www.Scottandsid.Com