Made on Our Land: Brodick

Join curator Shona Thomson for a fascinating look at the rural lives, landscapes and culture of Scotland on the big screen with a unique selection of Scottish and local archive films from the National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive. As well as national films including Scotland’s efficient land use during the Second World War, Arran’s identity as a thriving holiday destination ‘doon the watter’ is represented through poignant family films of both holidaymakers and locals from as early as the 1930s. The screening will be followed by an informal blether with special guests connected to the films and Scotland’s proud rural cinemagoing heritage. On tour across Scotland, Made on Our Land ( is part of the BFI Britain on Film project, making thousands of newly digitised film and TV titles from archives across the UK available to view online:

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Adults £9, Concessions £6.50

Concessions are available for: 15-and-under, 16 to 25, Students, 60 and over, Disabled and Claimants.

All under 14 year olds must be accompanied by a parent or 21+ year old guardian at screenings starting after 8:00pm.

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