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Faces of Scotland DVD

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Seven restored gems from the Films of Scotland Collection featuring Scotland's first Oscar winner, Seawards the Great Ships, and Basil Wright's The Face of Scotland.
Also available: Blu-ray Edition.

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DVD Region 0 PAL. Blu-ray Edition also available. Seven classic Scottish documentary films. All meticulously restored and digitally transferred in high definition for stunning picture and sound quality. Two hours and fifteen minutes of classic cinema.

The programme comprises: Seawards the Great Ships (1960, colour). An elegy to shipbuilding on the Clyde. Scotland's first Oscar winner. The Big Mill (1963, colour). Sheet steel production at Ravenscraig and Gartcosh. The Silver City (1957, colour). The delights of Aberdeen as a holiday destination. Pleasure Island (1960, colour). Holidays on the Firth of Clyde, Rothesay and the Isle of Bute. A Kind of Seeing (1967, colour). The colours and shapes of the Scottish landscape. The Face of Scotland (1938, b/w). The character of Scotland and its people, made for the 1938 Empire Exhibition. Still Life with Honesty (1970, colour). Sir William Gillies speaks of his life as a painter.

BBFC CERTIFICATE: E - Exempt
DIRECTOR: Hilary Harris, Eddie McConnell, Bill Forsyth and others
FORMAT: PAL DVD All Regions - aspect ratio 1.33:1 - colour & b/w
TOTAL RUNNING TIME: 135 mins


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Glasgow and Aberdeen - Changed Maritime Fortunes
Thursday, 23 June 2022  |  George

Seawards The Great Ships (1960) records the great days of Clyde ship building, a contrast to the present day when Clyde ship builders are finding it difficult to build two small passenger ferries for Caledonian Macbrayne.
The Silver City (1957) records Aberdeen harbour when it was filled with ships and cargoes from around the world, a contrast to the present day when oil rig supply boats and tenders fill the berths.

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