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  • Run Time

    90 mins

  • Country of Origin

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    Format TBC

Film Ceilidh: Who Owns the Land?

Part of the Folk Film Gathering Season

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Join us for a special event of music, film and discussion exploring the ongoing question of land rights in Scotland.

The Glen is Ours
(Henry Cass, Scotland, 1946; 30 min; U; English)

Gigha: Buying Our Land
(Emma Davie, Scotland, 2003; 59 min; 12A; documentary; English)

In the drama The Glen is Ours, a returning soldier leads his community to oppose the sale of the Scottish glen in which they live, whereas the documentary Gigha: Buying Our Land, filmed in the early 00s follows a year in the lives of the Gigha community as they experience the highs, lows and responsibilities of owning
their own island home.

The films will be introduced with a short set of live music from Adam Sutherland and followed by an audience discussion on land reform in Scotland led by a panel of speakers from Bella Caledonia, hosted by Mike Small.


 



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