Scottish film gets a boost in the urals

Though it might sound like a euphemism our celluloid dreams are reaching parts perhaps no-one knew they could reach, in this case Ekaterinburg in the Urals.  Perhaps not as glamorous as Tilda Swinton’s Cinema of Dreams in Beijing last year, nonetheless the good citizens of Russia’s third largest city sport a Ural Scottish society and last sunday was Scottish Cinema Night, complete with “documentary films show & discussions, short lectures about whisky & Scottish sweets and, of course, true bagpipes music“.    As well as showing a film called ‘Who I am” a discussion around the question “What do you know about the Scottish cuisine?” was scheduled – it can surely only be a matter of time before the (fiction become fact) deep fried mars bar takes the Urals by storm…

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