Inverness: Understanding Cinema Day

Alasdair Satchel reports on a film day in Inverness that managed to mix Long Takes, Mark Cousins’s Cinema of Childhood, drama, and Gaelic!

Understanding Cinema

The Understanding Cinema project offers lots of opportunities to explore learning and sharing across the school year.

This blog serves as a means to allow groups to see each other’s work; our tutors get together online and in person throughout the course of the year, sharing the experience of the project with each other, feeding back in to their groups; there are the sharing days at the Edinburgh International Film Festival in June where the groups get to meet in person.  

Yesterday at Eden Court in Inverness, following an invitation from Graeme Roger, tutor for the Inverness area, we ran a special day around the project showing films and running a workshop, which brought groups from Tain and Mosstodloch together for the first time.  

 
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Inspired by Mark Cousins’ A Story of Children and Film, Filmhouse and Mr Cousins created the Cinema of Childhood project, which screens 17 films from across…

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