Steven Robertson to star at Screenplay opening weekend
Posted by Lisa Ward on June 25th, 2014
Shetland Arts has announced that local hero Steven Robertson will be the star attraction at the opening weekend of this year’s Screenplay
Film Festival, running from 29 August to 7 September.
The Vidlin born star of film, theatre and television will be taking part in a Q&A session after the screening of one of his… Read the rest...
Screenplay 2013 Programme released online
Posted by Lisa Ward on August 22nd, 2013
We are disappointed to confirm that David Morrissey will be unable to attend Screenplay 2013 in person due to his being suddenly and unexpectedly recalled to the USA to complete a film shoot at the last minute. David asked us to pass on his sincere and heartfelt apologies for the disappointment caused. However, we are… Read the rest...
Shetland Arts releases overview of Screenplay 2013
Posted by Lisa Ward on August 13th, 2013
Shetland Arts this week revealed some of the details of its seventh annual Film Festival, Screenplay 2013, running this year from 31 August to 8 September.
Shetland Arts’ Head of Development Kathy Hubbard said: “After a packed year of regular cinema at Mareel, we really felt that Screenplay would have to be extra special this… Read the rest...
BBC Radio 5 Live & BBC Radio Shetland to broadcast from Mareel today
Posted by Lisa Ward on September 7th, 2012
From 2pm to 4pm today BBC Radio 5 Live’s Kermode and Mayo, starring Mark Kermode and Simon Mayo, will be broadcast live from Mareel in Shetland.
Mark will be in the upstairs Café Bar interviewing Screenplay guests such as Bill Forsyth, and also Shetland Arts’ own Head of Development, Kathy Hubbard, about the excellent selection… Read the rest...
Screenplay kicks off in Mareel this weekend
Posted by Lisa Ward on August 29th, 2012
The sixth Shetland Arts annual film festival, Screenplay 2012, kicks off this weekend by paying tribute to the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games with the 30th anniversary release of Chariots of Fire on Friday evening. The festival runs over ten days, and the first weekend gives film lovers of all ages an opportunity to… Read the rest...