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Stormborn Credit-Maramedia

Stormborn and Flint set to hit screens across Scotland

Wildlife documentary mini-series Stormborn from Glasgow-based production company Maramedia and documentary Flint from Montrose-based filmmaker Anthony Baxter, will both air on the BBC this week.  

Armadillo

Screen Scotland teams up with BBC TWO and BBC Scotland on factual series initiative

Screen Scotland, BBC TWO and BBC Scotland have announced a new joint initiative to encourage Scottish independent production companies to develop factual series ideas for commission and broadcast.  

Sky Documentaries

Proposals sought from Scottish independent production companies as Screen Scotland partners with Sky on new documentary initiative

Today (Friday 13 November) Screen Scotland and Sky have announced a new strategic development initiative to broaden Sky’s supplier base in Scotland for documentary series and films. 

An Lanntair Credit- John Maher

Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinemas

An Lanntair is among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland.

DCA exterior by Erika Stevenson

Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinemas in Tayside, Fife and Angus

Dundee Contemporary Arts, the New Picture House in St Andrews, the Arbroath Cinema and The Kino Cinemas in Leven and Glenrothes are among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

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Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinemas in the Highlands

Eden Court Theatre, An Lanntair in Stornoway, mobile cinema operator INDY cinema group and Regional Screen Scotland’s mobile cinema, the Screen Machine are among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators  serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

Perth Playhouse 2

Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinemas in Perth and Perthshire

The Birks Cinema in Aberfeldy and the Perth Playhouse are among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

The Macrobert 2

Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinemas in Central Scotland

The Bo'ness Hippodrome, Macrobert Arts Centre in Stirling, Alloa Cinema and Bathgate Cinema are among  30  independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

Campbeltown Picture House-3

Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinemas in Argyll and Bute

Campbeltown Picture House, The Tower Digital Arts Centre in Helensburgh, Studio Cinema in Dunoon, Oban Phoenix Cinema and Regional Screen Scotland’s mobile cinema, the Screen Machine, are among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators  serving  communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

Waterfront Cinema Greenock

Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinema in Inverclyde

The Waterfront Cinema in Greenock among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators  serving  communities  across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

Belmont Filmhouse Audience (c) Abbie Dobson

Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinema in the North East

The Belmont Filmhouse in Aberdeen and the Moray Playhouse in Elgin are among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland. 

Premier Leisure (Saltcoats)

Emergency funding to secure the immediate future of Independent Cinema in Ayrshire

Premier Leisure Cinema in Saltcoats is among 30 independent cinemas and two touring operators serving communities across Scotland to receive £3.55million from the Scottish Government’s Independent Cinema Recovery and Resilience Fund and The National Lottery, through Screen Scotland.