Do You Have Films / Videos Shot in Scotland 1970 - 2010?
The Scottish Screen Archive, part of the National Library of Scotland, is seeking to acquire film and video material from 1970 to 2010 that reflects Scottish life, society, industry and culture. They hope that this project will secure material for the National Collection that more accurately reflects the diverse communities that comprise modern Scotland.
They are looking for film / video / digital media material, fiction or non-fiction from:
• Video workshops / community groups / action groups
• Cine / Video Clubs
• Promotional films for local industries / charities / tourism
• Sport and leisure
• Footage depicting significant changes in local communities
• Special local community events. eg. Gala Days; Millennium Celebrations
Contact Kay Foubister, Curator, Scottish Screen Archive via the online submission form.
The Archive is working in association with an academic project team at the University of Glasgow who are researching aspects of childhood and the development of children making their own movies. Please contact Dr Karen Lury and Dr Ryan Shand:
• If you made your own movies as a child
• If you were part of a group that ran video workshops for children
• If you participated as a child in movie making during the 1970’s – 2000
Further information can be found on the project website or by writing to the research team.
SCOTTISH SCREEN ARCHIVE
NATIONAL LIBRARY OF SCOTLAND
39 – 41 MONTROSE AVENUE
Tel 0845 366 4608
DR KAREN LURY / DR RYAN SHAND
SCHOOL OF CULTURE & CREATIVE ARTS
UNIVERSITY OF GLASGOW
PROJECT INFORMATION & ONLINE SUBMISSION FORM ARE AVAILABLE AT www.gla.ac.uk/cams