“Should we be not more afraid of the embodiment of the insignificance of man than the guy with a hockey mask?”
On 23rd of October 1941, the animated Disney film Dumbo was released.
A new exhibition will feature work by Orcadian artist and photographer Martin Laird to run at the Northlight Gallery Stromness in association with St Andrew’s Fair Saturday.
Having come this far with ‘Howlers in Space’ perhaps it’s fitting to end with a film which contains more howlers than almost any others, and yet gets a surprising number of things right – some of them almost unaccountably.
Duncan Lunan explores some more Space Howlers” Robert MacCall, poster image of Clavius base, Earth in correct phase for Tycho sunrise”
There are two models of touring cinema in Scotland which are able to programme new release
“In space, no one can hear you scream. But sometimes it’s tempting.”
This weekend sees the release of a short animated film about art called Doors Open, by Orcadian artist Martin Laird. The film was created for Doors Open Days 2022, supporting Scotland’s Year of Stories.
The Gaelic short film festival, FilmG, is aiming to find the future stars of the media industry in Scotland.
“Superman Vs The Elite starts us off – after a barrage of angry or confused news media – with an extremely corny opening scene taken from an in-universe cartoon starring Superman voiced once again by George Newbern “