Friday, 21 September 2012

A Boat Retold & Koan: Alchemy Film Festival Screenings

A Boat Retold gets its Borders premiere at the Alchemy Festival of Film & Moving Image in Hawick, at 1430 on 26 October. More details here

Sean Martin's rarely-screened short, Koan, will be shown on Sunday 28 October as part of the Traversing the Wild 2 slot. Further details here. (You'll need to scroll about two-thirds the way down the page to see the details for Koan.)

Thursday, 21 June 2012

Folie à Deux Maine Screenings Announced

Folie à Deux will have its first public screenings at the Maine International Film Festival in July. The first screening will be on Sunday 15th July at 6:15pm and then again on Saturday, July 21 at 6:30pm, both at Railroad Square Cinema. Myself, your long-suffering director/producer/blogger, leading lady Sally Scott and producer Louise Milne will be at the first screening, where we will either introduce the film or give a short talk/Q&A afterwards. For the second screening, it will just be myself and Dr Milne. We're delighted to be taking the film to Maine - it's a great festival run by real film enthusiasts, and it's one of my favourite places. Louise and I will be at MIFF for the whole festival, which we're looking forward to enormously, and it's so nice that Sally will be joining us for the first screening.

Tickets for the July screenings are now on sale here:

Folie a Deux (World Premiere!) | MIFF 2012


Thursday, 19 April 2012


We get a quick mention by Ian Stephen in his article on the Tip of the Tongue Festival on Jura here. The screening of A Boat Retold was well- received, and the festival itself is was unmissable. We all hope it happens again next year.

Monday, 19 March 2012

A Boat Retold - Jura screening

A Boat Retold will screen as part of Tip of the Tongue - the Jura Festival of Oral Culture on Easter Monday, 9 April at 1300. Louise and Sean will introduce the film. More info here.

Saturday, 28 January 2012

The Notebooks of Cornelius Crow Available for Rental & Download

Our 2005 feature, The Notebooks of Cornelius Crow, is finally available for download and rental. You can access the movie here. Enjoy!