08 September, 2009

BAFTA Scotland and the Amazing Screening of One Day Removals

Yes, it's an old school dr who title for the amazing screening we attended at the BAFTA Scotland headquarter in Glasgow.

Funnily enough, BAFTA is the floor below Scottish Screen, so it took quite an effort to get director Mark Stirton (or me) in the building after the history we've had with them. But hopefully that's all changed now as one of the attendees at the screening was from Scottish Screen and has opened a dialogue with us. We'll look forward to letting you know the fruits of that dialogue in due course.

The screening itself was quite intimate, a viewing room with 10 people (counting us) with the movie being shown via a wee lcd projector attached to a macbook. But, it's one of the best screenings we've had, including the fully booked showings at festivals.

What was meant to be a short q&a, hosted by journalist Eddie Harrison, turned into an hour long matey chat with some lovely BAFTA jury members. We'd like to thank everyone for taking the time to come along and ask some great questions. So fingers all crossed for the feature film nominations in October.

Also, we got to see some police boxes as there are heaps in Glasgow. This one's now a tiny gallery.

02 September, 2009

BAFTA Scotland Screening One Day Removals

Stirton Productions's Doric comedy, One Day Removals, is to have a screening at the BAFTA Scotland headquarters in Glasgow, next Monday.

The movie is part of this month's screening schedule, alongside some other great movies. It may be the only comedy though.

So, if you want the best laugh you've ever had with your clothes on (and you're a BAFTA member) head on down to 249 West George St, Glasgow on the 7th and giggle away at the funniest film ever made in Scotland - to feature a blue van and a comedy German.

For member bookings visit here - BAFTA Scotland.