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BOOK CHAPTERS

  • Peripheral visions? Alternative film in a stateless nation.’ in Atton, C. (2015) Routledge Companion to Alternative and Community Media, London: Routledge. ISBN 978-0-415-64404-4 INFO
  • Radical and Engaged Cinema in Scotland‘ Nowlan, B. and Finch, Z. (eds.) (2015) Directory of World Cinema Scotland. Intellect, Bristol, UK. Chicago, USA. ISBN 9781783203949 INFO
  • Scotland‘ in: Bell and Mitchell (2012) Directory of World Cinema: Britain. pp. 224-7.  ISBN 9781841505572  INFO
  • Shape-Shifters: independent producers in Scotland and the journey from cultural entrepreneur to entrepreneurial culture‘ in:Murray, J., Farley, F., Stoneman, R. (2009) Scottish Cinema Now. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, Newcastle Upon Tyne, pp. 222-239. ISBN 978-1-4438-0331-1  INFO
  • Declarations of independence‘ in: Dick, Ed. From Limelight to Satellite, London: SFC/BFI, 1990. OUT OF PRINT

ARTICLES

  • ‘Scottish film industry is in permanent crisis’ – The Scotsman 12 March 2015 LINK
  • ‘Don’t let our creative talent go to waste’ – The Scotsman 22 May 2014 LINK
  • ‘How we can put Scottish talent into a starring role’ – Sunday Herald 18 May 2014 LINK
  • ‘How to get more films like Under The Skin made and develop domestic talent’ The Conversation, March 2014 LINK
  • ‘Edinburgh reels in filmmakers; Edinburgh Evening News 2 May 2012 LINK
  • ‘Film success in small countries – from Scotland to Singapore’, filmculture.360.org, October 2010
  • ‘Producing Creative Producers’  in Film Education: Traditions and Innovations Moscow: Russia State University of Cinematography (VGIK), 2010. LINK
  • ‘Scottish Cinema will remain sick man of Europe without aid’ The Scotsman 30th September 2009 LINK  [Related news stories 30 September 2009 LINK , 23rd October LINK and 9th November 2009 LINK)
  • Rewriting the script on film development, VERTIGO, Vol. 2 No.4, Spring 2003. LINK
  • A state of Paradox, DOX (Journal of the European Documentary Network), Copenhagen, vol. 46, April 2003
  • Rewriting the script on film development’, VERTIGO, Vol. 2 No.4, Spring 2003
  • ‘The Broadcasting White Paper – the Scottish Implications’ Radical Scotland No. 36 Dec/Jan 1989
  • ‘Television and the small country’ Radical Scotland No 33 June/July 1988
  • ‘The Distribution Gap’ On Air Off Air January 1988
  • Broadcasting – Stuck or STUC? Radical Scotland No 28 Aug/Sept 1987
  • ‘Workshops Event 1987’ Edinburgh International Film Festival programme 1987
  • ‘Projecting Video Use’ Radical Scotland No 26 Apr/May 1987
  • ‘Celtic Visions’ Radical Scotland No 23 Oct/Nov 1986
  • ‘Cable – The Wired Society’ Radical Scotland No 22 Aug/Sept 1986
  • ‘Introducing Scottish Workshops’ Edinburgh International Film Festival programme 1986
  • ‘Popular Culture – Creating Jobs’ Radical Scotland No 21 June/July 1986
  • ‘Charting the Revolution’ Radical Scotland No 19 February/March 1986
  • ‘Street Video Today’ The Media Education Journal No 5 1986
  • ‘Delivering the Goods’ Radical Scotland No 18 Dec/Jan 1986
  • ‘War and Peace News’ Radical Scotland No 18 Dec/Jan 1986
  • ‘British Broadcasting – Under Siege or Falling Apart?’ Radical Scotland No 17  Oct/Nov 1985
  • ‘Showing Work and Talking Shop’ Radical Scotland No 17 Oct/Nov 1985
  • ‘Reclaiming the Screen’ Radical Scotland No 16 Aug/Sept 1985
  • ‘Clyde Film Goes East Radical Scotland No 16 Aug/Sept 1985
  • ‘Scottish Association of Workshops’ – Edinburgh International Film Festival Programme August 1985
  • ‘Workshops in Action’ Radical Scotland No 15 June/July 1985
  • ‘Pointing the Camera’ Radical Scotland No 14 April/May 1985
  • ‘Nicaragua – The Need for Solidarity’ Radical Scotland No 13 Feb/Mar 1985
  • ‘Photography: Comfort in Still Life’ Penumbra Autumn 1981
  • ‘Andre Kertesz’ Penumbra Spring 1981

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