May Miles Thomas's Voyageuse premiered last month at the Glasgow Film Festival, tracing the life of Miles Thomas's mother-in-law, Erica, from her origins in Hungary, from where she fled with her family to England in 1938, through education at Cambridge and Oxford, her struggles in a career as a scientist, to marriage, children and her relationship with her own mother. Without funding and in the absence of a crew, Miles Thomas skillfully pieces together Erica's life through a
Talking Film with Graeme Maley Graeme Maley's two feature films, Pale Star and A Reykjavik Porno, were premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival in 2016. Both were filmed and produced in Iceland, where Maley also directs for theatre, dividing his time directing Scottish plays in Iceland and Icelandic plays in Scotland. Pale Star and A Reykjavik Porno were Icelandic/Scots co-productions.
Born in Ayr, Maley trained as a theatre director in Edinburgh, where he became a
Alex Harron is a man who means business. In a very short period of time, through shear determination and self-belief he has leaped beyond his first DIY made documentary feature (the Tartan Feature 7 - Bend Don't Break) to being commissioned by the new BBC Channel for his new film, The Racer. The Racer is due to screen as one of the flagship launch films at 11pm on the 28th of February. We're delighted that Alex has had this very well deserved success so we decided to chat to
22nd, 23rd, 24th March 2019 - CCA, Glasgow Tartan Features Event : Beyond Year Zero Friday 22nd March, Saturday 23rd of March, Sunday 24th of March. 2017-2018 was a Year Zero moment for Scottish Micro-Budgeted Feature Filmmaking. Through the Tartan Features collective a number of films, made on miniscule budgets finally infiltrated the mainstream by appearing on Television, Cinema and in High Street Stores…Independently. Filmmakers involved with the collective received telev