FILM SCREENING | Dùthchas (2022) + Director Q&A

duthchas gaelic film screening glasgow hebridean islands documentary
/ 7.30pm—9.30pm
Pay-What-You-Like

A touching cinematic exploration of what it meant to people who had to leave Berneray, the Hebridean island of their birth, to get an education, work, and live. Previously unseen colour archive film of everyday island life in the ‘60s and ‘70s is woven with the words of today’s islanders and descendants and complimented by a soundtrack drawing on the rich traditions of Gaelic song.

Gaelic with English subtitles, 1h 28mins, rated U

 

We’re screening this as part of Gaelic Speaking Week, with a Gaelic kids’ film and animation workshops happening earlier in the day.

 

Our tuck-shop selling popcorn, hot drinks, sweets and juice will be open for the the film.

We hire a full-size cinema screen from INDY for our film events in our 165-capacity Sports Hall.

Supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, and funded by Screen Scotland and National Lottery funding from the BFI.

Tickets are pay-what-you-like by donation, through EventBrite or on the door. Admissions help us cover our costs, but we wish to be as inclusive as possible.

Watch The Trailer Here.