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Follow the Boys

I can’t think of a film that includes a visit to Scotland as brief as that in Follow the Boys (A. Edward Sutherland, 1944) where it is limited to a few frames in a montage of places where celebrities are putting on shows for the troops during World War II. 12 more words

Carry On Dick

EIFF 2015 Closing Gala - 'Iona'

Director: Scott Graham
Starring: Ruth Negga, Tom Brooke, Michelle Duncan, Ben Gallagher
Running time: 110 min

After twelve days, 134 new feature films, spread across ten different venues in Scotland’s capital, the Edinburgh International Film Festival comes to a close with the world premiere of Scott Graham’s latest film, … 333 more words

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EIFF 2015 Opening gala - 'The Legend of Barney Thomson'

Director: Robert Carlyle
Starring: Robert Carlyle, Emma Thompson, Ray Winstone, Tom Courtenay, Ashley Jensen, Martin Compston
Running Time: 93 min

The 69th edition of the Edinburgh International Film Festival opens with Robert Carlyle’s directorial debut, a Glasgow-based comedy with a fine line in jet-black humour. 367 more words

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Come see us at the West End Festival

We’re delighted to be taking part in the Somewhereto.com Showreel on June 7th, as part of the West End Festival, which is sure to be a confident compilation of Glaswegian filmmaking. 158 more words

Arts

Final (hopefully) Editing of LTDLA

Sean and Rachel are currently editing the shots from Let The Dry Land Appear which YFG shot in December of last year.

The director has described it as a “dramatic visual piece” and is hoping to shock and depress viewers in the short 5 minutes of footage.

Let The Dry Land Appear

I Am Anna - Trailer

At the end of 2014 and start of 2015, I acted in a new indie feature film – I Am Anna. 115 more words

Edinburgh

Recognition Screen Test and Casting Update

Today, we held the first screen test of Young Filmmakers Glasgow.

After a series of brilliant on-book auditions, we decided that a screen test would be necessary to see the actors shine whilst completely in character. 142 more words

Digital Filmmaking