With a Song In Your Heart
Produced in partnership with the National Library of Scotland to celebrate the opening of their new premises, this film was made with the Govan Allsorts Community Choir. The choir’s passion for song, laughter and friendship was the inspiration for the project, which brings to life footage from the archive with songs from the choir as they revisit places from their childhood.
- Kirsten MacLeod
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- Plantation Productions
PROJECT: With a Song in Your Heart – Film Project
The Scottish Screen Archive is a treasure trove of memories of Scottish life, committed to film for us all to enjoy for years to come. This year, as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts & Film Festival 2015, we have been invited to delve into the Archive’s vaults to produce a short film which will eventually form part of the curated material at the SSA’s stunning new premises at Kelvin Hall.
With the theme of this year’s SMHAFF being “Passion”, our first port of call was The Govan Allsorts Community Choir. The choir’s passion for song, laughter and friendship was the inspiration for the project, which will bring music and film together in the spirit of the critically acclaimed 2014 film “From Scotland with Love”.
Commencing 24th July 2015 we will be running a series of workshops (which are open to all to join), with Director Kirsten MacLeod and Emily Munro from the Scottish Screen Archive:
When: Friday 24th July – Friday 4th September
– Morning session: 10.00 to 13.00. Some afternoon sessions: 2pm – 5pm
Where: Plantation Productions, The Portal, 978 Govan Road (with some location filming)
If you would like to join us on this fun road-trip down memory lane, please contact Angela on 0141 445 1666 or use the form below to get in touch.
You can take part in some or all of the sessions to suit your availability over the Summer.
The final film will be screened alongside “From Scotland with Love” as part of the Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival at 7pm on Tuesday 27th October 2015 at the Pearce Institute.
Image: ‘Health of a City’ (1965), courtesy of Scottish Screen Archive
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