Wednesday, 10 April 2013

Blue Black Permanent, Film & Poetry

A rare opportunity to see Margaret Tait's feature film, Blue Black Permanent on the big screen tomorrow night.

Westside Cinema
Stromness Town Hall
7.30 pm
Thursday 11 April

Not only is it a rare opportunity to see the film, but there is a unique chance to see its star, Gerda Stevenson, in conversation, after the screening with Sarah Neely and Sarah Forrest, the first recipient of the Margaret Tait Residency.

Sarah Forrest's short film that now, made as part of her residency, will be shown alongside Blue Black Permanent.

On Friday night Dr Sarah Neely will deliver the George Mackay Brown Memorial Lecture.

GMB Memorial Lecture
Margaret Tait: filmmaker & writer
Pier Arts Centre
7.00 pm
Friday 12 April 

Sarah's lecture will be illustrated with some of the films of Margaret Tait along with readings of some of her poetry.

Margaret Tait: Film Poet, commissioned by Glasgow Women's Library and made by Marissa Keating and Michael Thomas Jones will be shown in the Pier Arts Centre after the lecture. 

Margaret Tait: Film Poet
Pier Arts Centre
Friday 12 April
After the GMB Lecture

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