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The sounds of Shetland Arts, featuring work from across our visual arts and festivals programme.
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Nettles by Jen Hadfield
Read for Shetland Arts' Hogmanay Celebrations 2020. Follow Jen on Twitter here
00:49
December 16, 2021
Alistair Morrison | Screenplay 2021
Interview with director Alistair Morrison about Time to Pause, with Mark Kermode and Linda Ruth Williams. Taken from a Zoom conversation, Screenplay 2021. Find out more about Screenplay at https://www.shetlandarts.org/our-work/festivals/screenplay Follow Screenplay on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ScreenplayFilmFestival
24:42
September 07, 2021
Tim Barrow | Screenplay 2021
Interview with director Tim Barrow about Riptide, with Kathy Hubbard. Taken from a Zoom conversation, Screenplay 2021. Find out more about Screenplay at https://www.shetlandarts.org/our-work/festivals/screenplay Follow Screenplay on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ScreenplayFilmFestival
26:14
September 07, 2021
Guillermo del Toro | Screenplay 2021
Introduction and interview with director Guillermo del Toro about The Devil's Backbone, with Mark Kermode. Taken from a Zoom conversation, Screenplay 2021. Find out more about Screenplay at https://www.shetlandarts.org/our-work/festivals/screenplay Follow Screenplay on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ScreenplayFilmFestival
47:10
September 07, 2021
Yrsa Roca Fannberg | Screenplay 2021
Interview with director Yrsa Roca Fannberg about The Last Autumn, with Kathy Hubbard. Taken from a Zoom conversation, Screenplay 2021. Find out more about Screenplay at https://www.shetlandarts.org/our-work/festivals/screenplay Follow Screenplay on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ScreenplayFilmFestival
23:33
September 07, 2021
Ben Sharrock | Screenplay 2021
Interview with director Ben Sharrock about Limbo, with Mark Kermode and Linda Ruth Williams. Taken from a Zoom conversation, Screenplay 2021. Find out more about Screenplay at https://www.shetlandarts.org/our-work/festivals/screenplay Follow Screenplay on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/ScreenplayFilmFestival
28:28
September 07, 2021
LOCUS | A Lerwick public art trail
The audio guide for LOCUS, a new public art trail in Lerwick. Featuring four pieces of public sculpture and two painted murals. Jane Matthews and Edna Irvine introduce you to LOCUS, before taking you on a suggested route through the town centre, where you'll hear from each of the artists involved in the first stage of the project. 0.00: Jane Matthews, Exhibition Manager at Shetland Arts, introduces LOCUS. 1.50: Edna Irvine from Smith and Robertson and Director at Living Lerwick explores the history of the town. 2.59: Kenny Hunter dives into As Above so Below (C&Js, Commercial Road). 4.37: Ruth Hamilton from Civic Soup unwinds The Never-Ending Gansey (Hillhead, flower bed beside Children's Panel Shetland). 7.09: David Lemm climbs Stakamillabakka (Shetland Parliamentary Office, Commercial Street). 9.20: Gavin Renshaw creates a storm with PUSH/PULL (Bayes/No.88, Commercial Street). 10.34: Joseph Ingleby cracks open Storm Cargo (Royal Bank of Scotland, Commercial Street). 12.16: Erin Bradley-Scott, Chelsea Frew and Kat Loudon from Cobolt Collective bring the rhythm with Only Da Sea (Peerie Shop Cafe).  15.12: Chloe Keppie talks through her design of the LOCUS trail map. More information on LOCUS can be found at shetlandarts.org/locus or livinglerwick.co.uk/locus.  A paper copy of the LOCUS map and guide can be picked up at Mareel, Visit Scotland's Lerwick iCentre, C&Js, Smith and Robertson, Shetland Times Bookshop and Shetland Library, with more venues to come. A transcript of this audioguide and a plain text document of the guide is also available at shetlandarts.org/locus or livinglerwick.co.uk/locus.
16:34
July 03, 2021