Dementia friendly screenings with Q&As of From Scotland with Love at the Glasgow Film Festival
04 March 2020 Update:
ScreenDaily recently featured an article (How the Glasgow Film Festival is making good on its rallying cry of “cinema for all”) about the screenings. Read the article here.
Professor Virginia Heath‘s documentary film From Scotland With Love will feature in two unique screenings with Q&As at the Glasgow Film Festival as part of GFF Movie Memories: Sunday 1st and 8th March. Movie Memories is a monthly programme funded by Life Changes Trust, which is designed especially for people affected by dementia including carers, friends and family. The screenings are therefore dementia friendly, autism friendly and captioned.
Maryhill Burgh Halls, 10-24 Gairbraid Avenue, Glasgow G20 8YE
12.45PM, Sunday 1 March 2020
Movie Memories: From Scotland With Love
Platform, The Bridge, 1000 Westerhouse Road, Glasgow G34 9JW
12.45PM, Sunday 8 March 2020
More information about the screenings can be found here.
Made entirely of Scottish film archive, From Scotland With Love is a 75 minute film by award-winning Director and Sheffield Hallam University Professor of Film Virginia Heath with transcendent score by Scottish musician and composer King Creosote.
A journey into our collective past, the film explores universal themes of love, loss, resistance, migration, work and play. Ordinary people, some long since dead, their names and identities largely forgotten, appear shimmering from the depth of the vaults to take a starring role.
Virginia Heath is Professor of Film in the Art and Design Research Centre at Sheffield Hallam University. She is a multi-award winning writer/director with New Zealand and UK nationality. She directs documentary and drama films including the acclaimed, BAFTA nominated, From Scotland With Love and Berlinale award winning Relativity.