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by Andrew Martin

Download Going to the Pictures: Scottish Memories of Cinema (Scotland's Past in Action) eBook
ISBN:
1901663442
Author:
Andrew Martin
Category:
Performing Arts
Language:
English
Publisher:
Natl Museums of Scotland (June 1, 2000)
Pages:
159 pages
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Home Browse Books Book details, The Cinema and Cinema-Going in Scotland,. The Cinema and Cinema-Going in Scotland, 1896-1950. The thematic chapters broaden out the discussion of cinema-going to consider the wider social and cultural impact of this early form of mass leisure. Although unevenly distributed, the picture house was a fixture in all towns and cities of any note and boxed the compass, from Kirkwall (Orkney) and Stornoway (Lewis) in the north to Stranraer (Wigtownshire) and Coldstream (Berwickshire) in the south. the Kinematograph Year Book for 1948 revealed that the cinema was present in some 261 centres of population and that, while 30 per cent.

A filmography revealing how Scots and Scotland have appeared on film is included. ISBN13:9781901663440. Release Date:October 2000.

Going to the pictures: Scotland at the cinema . Scotland's love affair with the movies was the focus for our summer exhibition in 2012, which ran 15 June to 28 October. Poster for the Regal Cinema, Saltcoats. Explore the story of cinema in Scotland for the past 120 years. From the first screening in 1896 to modern-day blockbusters, we present a century of Scots and Scotland on the big screen. The number of Scottish towns with their own cinema had in fact been growing since before the First World War. By 1914, small communities like Fort William and Dumfries had a cinema, while Edinburgh could boast 43 screens! Films of Scottish life.

Going to the Pictures recalls the days when a night out could only mean a trip to the local Regal or fleapit. The century's most popular art form is remembered in the words of cinema-goers from all over the country, recalling village halls in the Highlands and Islands, as well as the art deco palaces of the cities. Scots share memories of the Silent days, courting in the balcony, noisy children's matinees, and the sheer glamour of Hollywood and the stars. Scottish images on the big screen also feature in a survey of a hundred years of Scotland on film.