Eight films have been shortlisted for the BAFTA Scotland Cineworld Audience Award which recognises emerging screen talent from all over the country.
Among the films nominated is The Wee Man, which which tells the real-life story of Glasgow gangster turned best-selling writer, Paul Ferris.
Other films in the running include We Are Northern Lights, where Scots were invited to record their own personal videos about Scotland's past, present and future.
The names of the films were revealed by Alan De Pellette, Acting Director of BAFTA Scotland, at a launch event yesterday (Tuesday) at Cineworld's Renfrew Street cinema.
Film fans will be able to view the films between October 20 and 29 across Cineworld Cinemas in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen and Dundee.
From Sunday 20th October, they can then vote for their favourite by visiting www.cineworld.co.uk/baftascotland
The winning film will be announced at the star-studded BAFTA Scotland awards, which will take place at the Radisson Hotel on Sunday November 17th.
Clare McCollum, Film Marketing Manager at Cineworld Cinemas Ltd, said: "We are incredibly excited to be working with BAFTA Scotland to provide this platform for emerging talent.
"It's a fantastic opportunity for filmmakers to showcase their work on a public stage and the diversity of the nominees demonstrates that it's been a stellar year for Scottish productions. Cineworld wishes all the nominees the very best of luck."
Alan de Pellete added: "2013 has been an extremely strong year for home-grown productions in Scotland. We're delighted to be able to bring back this award this year to recognise that and hopefully to ensure that even more Scots get to see these wonderful and diverse films on the big screen."