Andrew Rothney, Scarlett Mack, Patrick Wallace, Sheila Stewart, Norman Maclean, Margaret Bennett / Fiction / English, Scottish Gaelic
Between a glorious tradition and an empty future.
Jamie Chambers came to filmmaking after eight years studying music at St Mary's Music School and Oxford University. He is the Artistic Director of Transgressive North (TN), a Scottish artistic community who in the past year have led various outreach and standalone projects featuring contributions from Irvine Welsh, Jarvis Cocker, Norman Maclean, Four Tet, Gang Gang Dance, Rustie, Sheila Stewart, Owen Pallett and Margaret Bennett. Jamie is passionate about making films in and about Scotland, and under the umbrella of TN's Strange Home project, hopes to bring Scottish folklore to a new generation through the medium of cinema.
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