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Though for much of its cinematic history Scotland was more a shooting location and exporter of stellar talent (from Sean Connery to Ewan McGregor) than a base for local production, that began to change in the 1980s, particularly with the success of director Bill Forsyth's early films. Today it boasts a busy scene of film activity both exclusively regional in origin and in conjunction with outside resources.
The Dead OutsideIn the stark aftermath of a neurological pandemic, two strangers come together on an isolated Scottish farm. April, a 16 year old survivor with a dark past has survived alone for months. Daniel, a man bereaved, clings desperately on to hope of life in the outside world....Subscribe to to watch now
Edge of DreamingScottish filmmaker Amy Hardie built a career on making science documentaries, reflecting her staunchly rational mind. Then one evening she had a haunting dream of her horse dying, waking to discover that her beloved horse had passed away that same night. Shaken, she tried to...Subscribe to to watch now
Into the Middle of NowhereINTO THE MIDDLE OF NOWHERE celebrates the uniqueness of childhood and the nonexistence of limits to a child’s imagination. In an outdoor nursery in the woods, children create their own individually constructed worlds and can test out the boundaries of reality. The environment...Subscribe to to watch now
Two Years at SeaUsing 16mm cameras, artist Ben Rivers documents the solitary existence of Jake, a man who lives in isolation in the middle of a remote forest. The film follows his unconventional life, capturing moments of profound beauty. Jake is seen in all seasons, surviving frugally,...Subscribe to to watch now