The third in a series of video works by Street Level Photoworks for Regional Screen Scotland. These have been created in attempt to explore a new way of presenting photography to new audiences.
In this installment, Angela Catlin discusses her 'Natural Light II' project, a series of portraits of Scottish writers. The screenings kick off in Liniclate in Benbecula, prior to the main screenings of Dunkirk and Maudie. Continues on to Lochmaddy, Tarbert/Harris, Raasay, Dornie, Kyleakin, Mallaig, Lochcarron, Torridon, Gairloch, Tomintoul, Newtonmore, Fort Augustus, Bunessan, Craignure, Tobermory.
Screen Machine is an 80-seat air conditioned, fully accessible, digital mobile cinema operated by Regional Screen Scotland, which brings the latest films to rural areas of the Highlands and Islands of Scotland. It regularly tours to more than 40 communities, and spends between one and four days in each place, travelling for 10-12 weeks per tour.