Between 1936 and 1939 several hundred Scottish men and women went to fight as volunteers on the side of the Spanish Republic against the fascist regimes then spreading throughout Europe. Interviewing one of the last surviving members of the Scottish International Brigades, this short documentary explores the legacy of this movement and their fight against fascism.
Screening Formats: Digi Beta, DV-Cam
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Sao Paolo Short Film Festival, 2007 (Brazil)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Doxa International Documentary Film Festival, 2007 (Canada)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Pärnu International Film Festival, 2007 (Estonia)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Edinburgh International Film Festival, 2006 (UK)
OFFICIAL SELECTION – Taiwan Golden Horse Film Festival, 2006 (Taiwan)
Supported by: The Scottish Documentary Institute
To arrange a screening contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
This film was developed through Bridging the Gap, an opportunity for emerging filmmakers based in Scotland and Northern Ireland.
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