We don’t just screen ’em, we teach young people how to make ’em as well… (and sometimes we make our own…)

As most of you WON’T know, we entered the St Andrew’s University “60hr Film Blitz” short film competition which was held February/March 2015. The screening and awards ceremony were held in the Byre Theatre in St. Andrews.

We’re delighted to tell you that our film ” Walk” won the “Castle Sands Classic” Award (1st Runner-up) and Pete Marshall won the “Best Actor” award!

A Film By Laura Wadha: (BAFTA Best Newcomer nominee 2014 (Cinematography))
Peter Marshall as Dad
Sophie Meade as Lucy
“Belle” as herself…
Music by Richard Young

A sequel to 2015’s “The Walk”, and our entry for the 2016 “60 Hour Film Blitz” run by the Film Studies Unit at St. Andrews University.

“A New Beginning”

Father:Pete Marshall
Daughter: Karen McCormack
Grandson: Ludovic McCormack
Lady with dog: Marion Howie
“Belle”: Herself
“Socks”: Herself
Screenplay, Director: Pete Marshall
Cameras, Sound, Editing: Pete Rabjohns
Original Music: Lovat Fraser
inspired by:
“Lonely Man and his Dog”
by Turkish watercolourist
Faruk Koksal (2003)
“A New Beginning”
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We didn’t enter in 2017, but in 2018,  we came back with: “Message in a Bottle”

Entry for 2018’s “60 hour Film Blitz”, an annual competition run by St Andrews University.
Featuring the voice talents of Max McLaughlin.
1969: Max McLaughlin
2019: Pete Rabjohns
Archive transparencies, 8mm film and period equipment by Cyril Gordon Rabjohns.
Supplemental: The film won 3rd place, and was judged by the Director, Joe Russo.
It also won an award for “Best Sound”
People featured in the slideshow: Vicki Keir Bruce Young Wendy Smith Janis Aitken


“Flight” by Laura Wadha

Two young sisters who arrive in Sweden having fled the war in Syria are becoming teenagers in a new world. They try to hold on to the fond memories of their once beautiful home while struggling to deal with the repercussions of growing up surrounded by war.
Laura is a half Scottish/ half Syrian documentary filmmaker and ‘Flight’ follows the journey of her two young cousins, Mera and Maria.
“Flight is a really lovely film, very tender and intimate. Laura’s relationship with the girls shines through. It’s so refreshing to watch a film like this; made from the refugees’ point of view.” – Kim Longinotto
“This story of two sisters’ journey from Syria to Sweden – and how it changes them – is simultaneously uplifting and heart-breaking. That it achieves what it does in such a short time is nothing short of miraculous.” – Outline Magazine 2017
Screened – Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2017
Winner of Best Documentary – Norwich Film Festival 2017
Screened – London Short Film Festival 2018
Screened – Reel Women Cambridge Arts Picturehouse 2018
Screened – Showroom Shorts Sheffield 2018