presented by A Kind Of Seeing Sold Out

1pm-5pm Sun 1st Jan 2017 – Sun 1st Jan 2017 FREE


Archive film curator Shona Thomson shines a light on Scotland’s celluloid past, exploring our national film collections, revealing dramatic land and seascapes, forgotten streets and inspiring life stories. 

Here, in a rare chance to visit one of the city’s grandest rooms, is a new way of seeing into the land and sea that made us through ground-breaking documentary, accompanied by live music scores, from the radical folk tradition commissioned by Glasgow Short Film Festival to the astonishing beatboxing of Jason Singh. 

  • Jason Singh
  • Drew Wright
  • Hamish Brown
  • Minttu Mäntynen
  • John Grierson's film, Drifters


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Important Info

  • Free ticketed event
  • Discover the unique landscape of Scot:Lands with the very best in music, art and theatre, created and curated by Scotland’s most innovative artists and musicians.
  • You will be randomly allocated your venues to visit, you can stay as long or as little as you like. Venues are located between two and ten minutes walk from each other, so be prepared to walk about as you discover the various lands
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