Made in My Toun is a Scotland-wide tour of archive film screenings featuring special guests exploring what our towns and cities mean to us today. Tweets via #MadeinMyToun
Part of BFI Britain on Film, a major digitisation project unlocking the UK’s film history…
Screenings will be complemented by a post-event ‘blether’ with special guests: local and archive filmmakers, experts in urban studies, and the people who live in the towns and cities being re-presented on the big screen – all of us!
See Made in My Toun at one of the participating tour venues:
Macrobert Arts Centre, STIRLING // Inverness Film Festival, Eden Court, INVERNESS // Dundee Contemporary Arts, DUNDEE // Belmont Filmhouse, ABERDEEN // The New Picture House, ST ANDREWS // Waterfront Cinema, GREENOCK // Howden Park Centre, LIVINGSTON // Ayr Film Society, Ayr Town Hall, AYR
CREDITS & THANKS
Curator & Tour Producer: Shona Thomson at A Kind of Seeing
Project delivery partner: Film Hub Scotland
Funding: Part of Britain on Film, a project supported by Unlocking Film Heritage awarding funds from The National Lottery
Thanks to all our lovely tour venues and our special guests!
Images courtesy: The National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive // Film Hub Scotland
Tour design: Snowball Design
Website consultancy: Ast & Red