Latest "Road to Drumleman" film screening

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Latest "Road to Drumleman" film screening

Postby nimps » Tue Apr 12, 2011 7:25 am

For any Campbeltonians in Glasgow?

Celebrating International Workers' Day 2011

The STUC's There is a Better Way campaign a presents a screening of two films about the heritage of coal mining in the West of Scotland.

The Road to Drumleman a documentary film, by Jan Nimmo, telling the story of Kintyre’s last coal mine, the Argyll Colliery (1947–1967), spanning the life of the mine and paying tribute to all who worked beneath the wild and unspoilt shores of western Kintyre.
Finding the Seam, directed by Tony Grace – Scots language poet Rab Wilson haes creatit a filmic elegy tae the industry he aince tyauved in, an whit aince dominated the laundscapes o Sooth West Scotland.

Venue: STUC, 7.00pm, Wednesday 27th April 2011. (Scottish Trades Union Congress, 333 Woodlands Road,Glasgow G3 6NG Tel 0141 337 8100) Tickets free – available from STUC: info@stuc.org.uk
(Films last 50 minutes and 55 minutes respectively)

Me and Mine: An article about The Road to Drumleman, written by Billy Briggs for the Scotsman.
http://www.jannimmo.com/MeandMine_BB-Scots-sm.pdf

The Road to Drumleman – a lyrical documentary on brotherhood at Argyll Colliery
http://forargyll.com/2011/02/the-road-t ... -colliery/

Full programme of events
http://www.stuc.org.uk/files/MayDay/201 ... 2011-1.pdf

TRTD will also be screened this week at On The Surface in Innsbruck, Austria.
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