Fiona Fowler, Marketing Officer

(0131) 550 3734 / 0773 003 4278

Latest Press Releases

Screen Machine shows in Benbecula & Isle of Barra bring Photography on Screen with Everything Flows

Our partners at Street Level Photoworks have released the following press release.

People entering Screen Machine via the front stairs.

Screen Machine has its most successful year in 20 year history

We have issued a press release today – 2 April 2019. For full details please follow this link. PR.SM.Y:E18.19      

Photography on Screen season launched on Screen Machine

Please follow the link below to the Press Release. The photograph featured was taken by Marcelo Brodsky in Rio de Janeiro in 1968 Press Release – Photography On Screen 08.05.18

Photos, Video and Logos

Below is a small selection of images of the Screen Machine. If you are looking for something different, then please make a request.

Above: Screen Machine parked on the Isle of Raasay, with the Isle of Skye behind

Above: Screen Machine parked at the Village Hall in Bettyhill.

Above: Interior of Screen Machine

Footage of Screen Machine available for use can be found on Vimeo.

To receive a copy of our logo, please make a request.


Regional Screen Scotland helps communities to share great screen experiences. We do this by: providing advice and information on setting up local screen facilities; operating the Screen Machine mobile cinema; managing devolved grant aid programmes; and advocating for the social and economic benefits of cinema for local communities.

Screen Machine is an 80-seat, air conditioned mobile cinema which brings the latest films to remote and rural areas of Scotland. It is the only full time, self-contained digital mobile cinema in the UK. Screen Machine tours 40+ communities in the North and West of Scotland and each tour lasts approximately 10 weeks. it is now in its 22nd year of operation. Screen Machine is a Regular Funded client of Creative Scotland, and receives funding and support from Highlands and Islands Enterprise. It receives financial support from Caledonian MacBrayne.