It was a clear sky on saturday perfect conditions for seeing the Northern Lights. Thanks to everyone who came along to the screening and nice to see a few new faces at the Film. If anyone has any comments about the Film it would be great to hear your thoughts so we can send some feedback to We are Northern Lights.
Our next Film is We are Northern Lights. A First ever for scotland a film about you made by you. To find out more visit www.wearenorthernlights.com This is a Free Screening and everyone is welcome as usual. It will be screened on 12th October in Dunvegan Community Hall. Bring along a friend.
Good night on Thursday where was saw another Brilliant Documentary by last year’s visitor Jeanie Finlay. Not a bad turnout for a Thursday evening and we all had the chance to try delicious real welsh cider courtesy of Hallets Traditional Cider in Wales. Sent to Skye on Monday it arrived just in time for our Film and was greatly appreciated by our audience as far as I could tell.
Anyone that made it along on the evening it would be great if you could leave a comment to give us some feedback.
It is that time of year gain when anyone that wants to join for a yearly subscription you can do it now. It is definitely worth it as a single member you save £25 by joining and if you come to all our events it works out at £1.38 per event. Not sure there are many places you can get an evening out for £1.38. You can join on the evening or send a cheque to Marion MacGregor, Dunanellarich, Harlosh, By Dunvegan. Thanks again to all our members and visitors for your continued support of DMCC.
Our new programme will be out soon watch this space!
We are delighted to announce that Hallets Blaengawney Cider is sponsoring our event The Great Hip Hop Hoax. All the way from the South of Wales and hopefully arriving on our doorstep in time for Thursday’s Screening.
Next week we are pleased to welcome along Sarah Neely who is going to give us a talk about the late Scottish Filmmaker Margaret Tait. Big Thanks to Highland Park for Sponsoring the Evening and have kindly provided us with some Highland Park Drakkar Single Malt.
An Evening of Margaret Tait (Scottish Film maker and Poet)
We will be screening assorted Films thanks to the Scottish Screen Archive and will be joined by:
Dr Sarah Neely
Programme director in Film & Media at Stirling University
Saturday 8th June
We had the Screening of “spirit of 45″ at Dunvegan Primary School on Friday night, Thanks to the following …
Dolly Macinnes for the use of the School
Rural Design for printing the Posters
Marina Munro for baking Anzac Biscuits and Banana Loaf
Neil Kinnaird for the poster design
Jean Slimon for the Spam Sandwiches
Nice to see a few new faces and not a bad turnout 19 at the last count. Anyone like to share their comments on the Film?
Dogwoof are doing a popup cinema special offer of £50 to screen the ken loach film Spirit of 45 and DMCC are hoping to take up this offer and screen it in Dunvegan soon.