As part of Glasgow Film Festival’s Industry Focus, we are hosting an Exhibitors’ Morning with the aim of bringing together exhibitors and producers.
We will showcase some of the best new Scottish work coming to cinemas and festivals, discuss the impact and learning from a new wave of self-distributors and provide a space for exhibitors and producers to meet, discuss and collaborate.
Open to all film exhibitors – cinemas, film societies, multi-arts venues, pop-ups, festivals and more.Event schedule:
Advanced booking is essential. Please book your place for the FHS Exhibitors' Morning via Eventbrite.
- Coffees and pastries (10.00-10.30)
- Panel/audience discussion on the opportunities and challenges presented by producers/self-distributors and exhibitors working together. Panel includes: Alistair Harkness, journalist; Rod White, Centre for the Moving Image; Jen Armitage, Creative Scotland; Ged Fitzsimmons, freelance PMD (Producer of Marketing & Distribution); and Lou Mcloughlin, filmmaker (plus others to be announced)
- Producer presentations on new Scottish titles available for screenings, including Moon Dogs, Nae Pasaran, Anna and the Apocalypse, 16 Years Till Summer, Seat in Shadow, The Pullar
- Round table opportunity for exhibitors and producers to discuss projects in more depth
- Light networking lunch
If you’re a member of Film Hub Scotland and require a travel and accommodation bursary, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
to find out more. Moon Dogs preview Friday 24 February (13.00-14.30), Cineworld Glasgow Renfrew Street
Following the event please join us for this special preview of Moon Dogs
. Premiered at Edinburgh International Film Festival in 2016, this anarchic, funny, sexy coming-of-age movie makes the very best of some stunning Scottish locations. It follows the misadventures of two teenage step-brothers on a road trip across Scotland and the enigmatic girl who comes between them. Please book your place for this free preview separately to the FHS Exhibitors' Morning. Tickets for the Moon Dogs preview can be booked here.
Image credit: Erika Stevenson