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Announcing the Local Film Festival Challenge Fund

November 2, 2017
The Local Film Festival Challenge Fund will offer one-off grants of between £1,000 and £5,000 for activity to take place in the first quarter of 2018, which are intended to help with developing the concept of, building interest for, or planning the format of, a new local film festival, anywhere

Local Film Festival Fund Evaluation

November 2, 2017
Regional Screen Scotland presents an independent evaluation of its Film Festival Fund of recent

‘Four of my Favourites at LFF’: Harriet Warman, RSS Partnerships Co-ordintor

October 18, 2017
Last week I attended the 61st BFI London Film Festival, keen to discover some exciting films that usually don’t see distribution outside of the festival circuit, alongside some of the most anticipated titles to be released in the next year. Here I’ll highlight what really stood out for me. 

Cinema and the High Street: Robert Livingston

October 12, 2017
This article was originally published in Tripod http://www.colinmcleanphotography.com/blog/ the quarterly online publication by photographer and heritage specialist Colin McLean and is reprinted with his

Community Screen Forum Launches 3 New Fact Sheets

October 2, 2017
Regional Screen Scotland is pleased to be a founder member of the new Community Screen

Scotland’s Coastal Communities Take a Starring Role

June 15, 2017
Mesmerising and evocative archive films will soon be touring to Scotland’s coastal

RSS is looking to appoint a Partnerships Coordinator

April 19, 2017
Regional Screen Scotland is looking to appoint a new, part time, Partnerships Coordinator to work with the rest of the RSS team to help build relationships and facilitate effective partnership

Grow Your Own Cinema

April 18, 2017
Want to ‘grow your own cinema’ at a venue in your local area? It’s easier than you might think and could make a real difference to your

New toolkit to help local cinemas make their case

February 28, 2017
A new online ‘toolkit’ has been launched to help local cinemas across the UK to make the case for how much they matter to their communities, by measuring and understanding their social

When is a children’s film not a children’s film?

January 31, 2017
When is a children’s film not a children’s film? Robert Livingston reflects on film classifications and what they really

New Life for Screen Machine

December 6, 2016
Date: Tuesday 6 December 2016 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Regional Screen Scotland, which operates the Screen Machine, has raised the necessary funds to carry out a major refit of the cinema