Mr Scott is the boss of a traditional Scottish sporran workshop. The business has lost its competitive edge to cheap foreign imports. In between shouting at his son, swearing at the world, and venting his frustration on the phone to his remaining customers, Mr Scott inspires his ageing workers to soldier on.
Screening Formats: Digi Beta, Beta SP, DV-Cam
NOMINATED – Best Scottish Documentary Award – Edinburgh International Film Festival 2009
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Zinebi Film Festival 2010
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Dok Leipzig 2009
Supported by: Scottish Screen, Skillset Film Skills Fund, BBC Scotland, Highlands and Island Enterprise, ECA & Scottish Documentary Institute
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This film was developed through Bridging the Gap, an opportunity for emerging filmmakers based in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
Producer: Noe Mendelle (SDI Productions)
Executive Producer: Sonja Henrici
DOP: Ian Dodd
Editors: Fiona Reid & Jane McAllister
Sound Design: Rob Walker
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