Nearly 50 years ago, in the unlikely setting of the British Aluminium plant in Falkirk, a group of around 20 workers put aside 15p a week from their wages to fund their other lives as film-makers. The Falkirk Cowboys tells the story of those men, their town and the impact of the films they made.
This landmark documentary examines the ten-year period between 1979 and 1989 when Edinburgh faced a frightening new epidemic and was dubbed the ‘Aids capital of Europe’. Meeting the doctors, heroin addicts, police and locals caught up in events they could barely understand, this documentary reveals how events thousands of miles away had a massive impact on Scotland’s capital.
Documentary that reveals the truth behind a notorious incident in 2009, when a growing international consensus on climate change was derailed by one of the biggest scandals in modern science.
Comedy sketch series taking a look at the state of Scotland and the world right now. Featuring explosive sketches, satirical animation and topical contributions from a range of Scottish comic talent.
To celebrate the tenth anniversary of ‘The Shearer Company’, an elite ballet company, a documentary crew are following three hopeful auditionees as they fight for a coveted place. Nadine, Geoffrey and Anita all face their own barriers to success that bring them into conflict with each other as well as beginning to recognise the classism, racism and homophobia they need to overcome. A fight over dance style, missing shoes and a ripped leotard are all part of a day in the life of a ballet dancer.
Set in a sports centre in rural Scotland, Float is a dark comedy drama that follows a group of millennials as they spend six weeks of their summer attempting to sort out their problems.
Jade has dropped out of University and returned to the small town life she thought she had left behind. Rumours are rife about why she’s back and only Jade knows the truth. Will secrets remain hidden?
A sharp new comedy drama by James Price. Chrissy’s a heartbroken young man, wallowing in agony after being dumped and feeling very sorry for himself indeed. His pals Basher and O’Connor urge him to channel both his “sensitive side” and his “inner shagger” to get over the break-up.
Can the flip of an ancient Celtic coin decide his fate? When out-of-towner Amelia-Rose’s car breaks down outside his house – can Chrissy prove the unlikely hero of the hour?
1993 – Scotland’s last full-blooded strike. Thousands of protestors, police and press outside the Timex Camperdown Factory. The furious death throes of an industry that had employed generations of Dundonians – the vast majority women. For most, working for Timex had been a source of pride, good pay and conditions. It would all end in betrayal and bitter disappointment.