Making a film when you’re 87 is less than convenient…
*subtitles available* – English, Croatian, Polish, Latvian

duncancowles.com/tweedie

WORLD PREMIERE – Edinburgh Int. Film Festival 2014
WINNER – 2015 Scottish Short Film Award, Glasgow Short Film Festival 2015
NOMINATED – Best British Short Film, London Film Critics Circle Awards 2016
NOMINATED – CHANNEL 4 Award for Innovation in Storytelling
SCREENED – ZagrebDox 2015
SCREENED – Inverness Int. Film Festival 2014
SCREENED – Hackney Picturehouse – Whirlygig Spotlights, in association with London Short Film Festival
SCREENED – Glasgow Short Film Festival 2015
SCREENED – Flatpack Film Festival 2015 (in competition)
WINNER – Fife Independent Film Expo – Best Documentary
SCREENED – GFT, Glasgow 15-18th May (before Sundance winner Dark Horse feature film)
SCREENED – Xpo North 2015
SCREENED – Greenwich Int. Film Festival 2015, USA (in competition)
SCREENED – Future Shorts Glasgow, August 2015
SCREENED – Dunoon Film Festival 2015
SCREENED – Ickle Film Festival, Dundee (RUNNER UP – Best Film)
SCREENED – Luminate, Creative Ageing Festival 2015 – 12 locations around Scotland
SCREENED – IndieCork Film Festival, Ireland, Oct 2015
SCREENED – International Day Of Older Persons & Short Sighted Cinema, London, 20th Oct 2015
SCREENED – Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Arkansas, USA, Oct 2015
SCREENED – Jekabpils, Latvia (in association with Riga Shorts)
SCREENED – Szczecin European Film Festival 2015
SCREENED – Seville Film Festival 2015
SCREENED – ZubrOFFka Short Film Festival 2015
SCREENED – Cromarty Film Festival 2015
SCREENED – DocHeads, Dec 2015
SCREENED – Festival Film Dokumenter, Indonesia, Dec 2015
SCREENED – British Shorts Berlin, Jan 2016
SCREENED – Shorts on Tap, Feb 2016
SCREENED – Frontline Club, London March 2016
SCREENED – Cheap Cuts Doc Fest, April 2016
SCREENED – Close Up Centre London, Family Ties Network, April 2016

DELTETED SCENE – vimeo.com/153701636

“Very touching and also very funny.” – Alan Berliner

“funny, tender and deceptively intelligent.”- Penelope Bartlett, Short of the Week, shortoftheweek.com/2016/05/02/directed-by-tweedie

“Deftly constructed, playful, cheerful, charming, Directed By Tweedie is affectionate, engaging, and a great indicator of talent.” – EyeforFilm 4.5star review.

“A delightful film that strikes on subtle inter-generational differences, capturing personality and a charming ordinariness.” – Gorilla Film Magazine

“Extremely comical…. a personal reflection on the medium of film itself.” – Corstosfera

“Affectionate & warm-hearted” Adam Cook, XpoNorth

Interview with Duncan on the GFT Blog about the film:glasgowfilm.org/theatre/gft_blog/7485_ive_never_found_it_possible_to_film_something_and_forget_that_im_there_changing_the_reality_of_the_situation

Q&A with Duncan by Sam Groves at FlatPack Film Festival – flatpackfestival.org.uk/2015/07/radio-silence-dir-duncan-cowles-interview/

duncancowles.com/tweedie

To arrange a screening please contact: duncan@duncancowles.com

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