Posts Tagged ‘ScreenPlay’

Tenth Screenplay a Huge Success

Posted by on September 9th, 2016 No Comments
Tenth Screenplay a Huge Success

The tenth edition of the Screenplay film festival drew to a close on Sunday, with the event attracting bigger audiences than ever before. Over the ten days of the festival, 89 screenings, workshops and events took place, and ticket sales were more than 17% up on last year’s festival. More than twenty guests, including filmmakers […]

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Screenplay 2016 is here!!

Posted by on August 25th, 2016 No Comments
Screenplay 2016 is here!!

Shetland Arts’ 10th annual Screenplay Film Festival will get off to a grand start on Saturday morning, with a Brass Band Walk from the Market Cross to Mareel.  Supporters, staff and volunteers will be accompanied by the Lerwick Brass Band and the Junior Jarl Squad, and on arrival at Mareel they will enjoy some birthday […]

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Screenplay Bigger & Better than ever before

Posted by on September 17th, 2015 No Comments
Screenplay Bigger & Better than ever before

 Sunday evening saw the culmination of 10 days of film, fun and festivities at Mareel, as Screenplay 2015 was brought to a triumphant end with a screening of 1970’s sci fi classic Silent Running.  As square-eyed film fans all over the islands adjust to spending time in daylight once more, Shetland Arts is taking stock […]

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Screenplay Reviews: Raspberry Boat Refugee

Posted by on September 2nd, 2015 No Comments
Screenplay Reviews: Raspberry Boat Refugee

As part of the Screenplay Festival our volunteers have been reviewing some of the films they’ve been watching. Here Sophie Balcombe reviews Raspberry Boat Refugee (Dir Leif Lindblom). Raspberry Boat Refugee is the story of Mikko Virtanen, who believes he is a Swedish man trapped in the body of a Finnish one, comically dubbed a ‘nationality transvestite’ by […]

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Screenplay Reviews: Lord of the Rings

Posted by on September 2nd, 2015 No Comments
Screenplay Reviews: Lord of the Rings

As part of the Screenplay Festival our volunteers have been reviewing some of the films they’ve been watching. Here Logan Nicolson reviews Lord of the Rings (Dir Ralph Bakshi). Let me begin by saying this is not an animated version of Peter Jackson’s semi-classic trilogy, but is in fact a very interesting (and to an extent, charming) animated […]

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