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There are lots of films that look like From Scotland with Love, but we should also say this one doesn’t look like any other. Less cerebral than Gustav Deutsch’s Welt Spiegel Kino and more surprising than Electric Edwardians –that collection of footage and primitive views of British pioneers Mitchell and Kenyon– Virginia Heath’s huge little montage film starts out from hundreds, thousands of pieces of amateur and documentary Scottish film history in order to create a sort of moving national seal that is capable of both captivating and illuminating us at the same time. From social issues to landscapes, from myth to traditions, from patriotic to cultural emotion, the images –which instead of speaking move by the rhythm of King Creosote’s zigzagging music– parade on screen without any kind of revisionist spirit apart from its wish to look back and understand what’s coming. In that sense, devoted to orphan cinema from the last century, From Scotland with Love is an ode of love to a nation, but also to a whole visual thinking. PM

Section: Música
Thursday 16 - 22:20 h
Village Recoleta Room: 6
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Friday 17 - 12:30 h
Village Recoleta Room: 6
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Wendsday 22 - 15:20 h
ArteMultiplex Belgrano Room: 1
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Spanish title: De Escocia con amor
Year: 2014
Format: DCP
Color: B&N + Color
Minutes: 75
Seconds: 0

Team:

D: Virginia Heath  

E: Colin Monie  

M: King Creosote (Kenny Anderson)

P: Grant Keir  

CP: Faction North, Park Circus


Contact:

Park Circus. Graham Fulton
T +44 141 332 2175 E graham@parkcircus.com
W parkcircus.com - fromscotlandwithlovethefilm
TW @FrmSctlndWthLv


Virginia Heath Nueva Zelanda Reino Unido

A scriptwriter and director, she’s a United Kingdom and New Zealand citizen and currently lives in Edinburgh. Some of her short films are Relativity (2010; awarded in Berlin), Point Annihilation (2004), Little Lost David (2008) and My Dangerous Loverboy (2009).



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