Moving Images: A solar powered cinema in a caravan

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Moving Images will be a solar powered cinema in a converted caravan. An "Autonomous Film Zone" that will travel around the South of Scotland and beyond screening cutting edge, non-mainstream films in rural and urban communities, schools, youth groups and festivals.

Moving Images will be screening:

  • Experimental and Artists' Moving Image short film programmes from established and emerging filmmakers and film programmers.
  • Moving image installations with a focus on Scottish artists.
  • Films and multimedia work with climate and social justice themes, sparking  discussions and creative interactions around ideas of information sharing, degrowth, rewilding, cultural diversity and grass roots activism, working with Films For Change.
  • Accessible, creative and fun moving image workshops based around experimentation and "Out of the Box thinking".
  • Work by Scottish Borders based filmmakers and the Moving Image Makers Collective.

Kerry Jones ( Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival Programmer) is leading a crowdfunder campaign that is part of the highly competitive Creative Scotland's Crowdmatch which will match funds raised while funds last (!) We are raising funds for new solar and filmmaking equipment and to take Moving Images out on the road to rural communities, schools and youth hubs!

Find out more here: https://www.crowdfunder.co.uk/p/moving-images-a-solar-powered-caravan-cinema#start

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