Short film season on Screen Machine

As part of our 15th anniversary celebrations we’ll be screening some of the best short films from the last few years during the summer months, with the first two films just announced.

In June we’ll be showing two Scottish films in various locations; animated short, The Tannery, and short documentary, In Search of the Wallaby.

These will play before the main film in the following locations and last no longer than 10 minutes:

The Tannery

A fox encounters the ghost of a rabbit and reflects on his responsibility as a hunter. The encounter develops into an unusual relationship – but when a Hunter prepares a pelt for market, fox discovers his connection with The Tannery.
Torridon – Sat 8 June at 2pm
Ullapool – Wed 12 at 5.30
Durness – Mon 24 June at 5.30
Kinlochbervie – Tues 25 June at 8.30
Lochinver – Wed 26 June 5.30
Lairg – Sat 29 Jun at 2pm

In Search of the Wallaby

In 2004 a wallaby was found dead on the Scottish isle of Islay; how it got there and how it died remains a mystery. A crack documentary team went with one single goal: to unearth the truth, only to discover there’s more to island life than they first expected.
Torridon – Sat 8 June at 5.30
Ullapool – Thurs 13 at 8.30
Durness – Mon 24 June at 8pm
Lochinver – Thurs 27 June at 8.30
Lairg – Sat 29 Jun at 8.30

Watch trailers of the films below:

The Tannery

Iain Gardner – The Tannery, Short Film from Flaunt Productions on Vimeo.

In Search of the Wallaby

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