Spring Screenings


The Glasgow Diet

An action packed spring screening season. First, Slow Food Edinburgh is hosting a screening-dinner of The Glasgow  at Ostara on March 13, with Steve Brown and Donald Reid from QMU Masters of Gastronomy as panelists. Tickets and info – http://bit.ly/2Vlo7gU

On March 19, Locavore will show The Scottish Breed, about quality meat production and rather than have a binary meat vs vegan debate, panelists will be looking at the complex decisions we make as consumers and the consequences they have. With Babs Macgregor from Greencity Wholefoods, Bryce Cunningham of Mossgiel ethical dairy farm, and Denise Walton of Peelham Farm. Tickets and info – https://ctzn.tk/complexchoices

The Scottish Breed

On March 29, The Glasgow Diet, along with my first Scottish doc The Black Isle, makes its way to the great setting of Comrie Croft, with dinner, craft beer samples, Scott Erwin of Greencity Wholefoods on the panel and with a special offer for those who want to stay over. Tickets and info – https://ctzn.tk/comriecroftfood 

On April 3, The Stove Network in Dumfries will be hosting a screening event with Abi Mordin of the Glasgow Community Food Network joining Scott Erwin of Greencity Wholefoods on the panel, tickets soon.

Real Bread Bakers will have its premiere at the Glad Cafe, Glasgow, during its Bread Festival on April 24. 

On June 16, there will be a screening of new video work done in collaboration with the Glasgow Food Policy Partnership, again at the Glad Cafe. 

Real Bread Bakers. Trailer 2, Neal Thomson and the Crossmyloof Baekery

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