Tobermory one day line-up

Girl Walk All Day

Film fans on Mull will have a chance to celebrate cinema from around the globe when Screen Machine holds its second one day festival in Tobermory on Saturday 13 July.

Hit US dance film, Girl Walk // All Day; rarely screened BBC Play for Today, The Cheviot, The Stag and the Black, Black Oil; Greenland-set documentary Village at the End of the World; and the hugely entertaining Irish drama, Good Vibrations, will be shown at the one day event, with ticket prices ranging from £3 to £5.

Girl Walk // All Day is feature-length dance music video and a tale of urban exploration that follows three dancers across New York City as they turn the city’s sidewalks, parks and architecture into an evolving stage. This screening of Girl Walk // All Day  will feature live performance from local dancers. Come along on Saturday morning and join in the fun! Tickets £3.

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Official Trailer: Girl Walk // All Day from Girl Walk // All Day on Vimeo.

From 1974, The Cheviot, the Stag and the Black, Black Oil is a controversial look at the exploitation of Scotland’s people and its land throughout history. This BBC Play for Today was adapted from John McGrath’s play staged by the 7:84 theatre company and stars Bill Paterson, Alex Norton and John Bett. Tickets £3.

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Then, at 5.30, we head to Greenland with Village at the End of the World, a fascinating new documentary which looks at rural life in a small village for teenager, Lars. He’s not interested in being a hunter like his family and friends, but how can he escape to something better? Tickets £5.

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Finally, we end the day with the hilarious and heartfelt Good Vibrations, a fictionalised look at the world of Belfast’s godfather of punk, Terri Hooley, who opened the city’s Good Vibration record store, discovered The Undertones and inspired a generation. Tickets £5.

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Full details can be found in the What’s On section.

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