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For our latest project, we are delighted to be joining forces with the authors of the new “Re-thinking Value: The Hidden Role of Female Entrepreneurs Around the World” book to create a powerful and empowering documentary which brings together all the key characters and themes to life on screen for maximum impact and outreach. As part of the process we've trained this truly Scrumptious team of academics in the basics of filmmaking through a series of virtual masterclasses so that they can capture their stories of some of the most inspiring women in business from around the world.  From Palestine to Pakistan, Mexico to Namibia this is a film that will take audiences on a journey around the world one business and one story at a time providing a unique portrait of life as seen through their eyes and exploring the true definition of value and success in entrepreneurship. 



Created entirely by Lochwinnoch Primary School's P6 Class of 2019 in the space of just 8 hours, this is a film that presents a unique 'child's eye' view of life in this award winning village and a sneak peak of what audiences of all ages can look forward to at this year's Lochwinnoch Arts Festival aka The Friendly Festival.  



Funded by Glasgow City Council's Integrated Grant Programme, 'What It's Like To Be Me...' is an on-going filmmaking masterclass programme which is transforming local teenagers into real life Directors, Producers, Presenters and Cinematographers and defying the 'never work with children or animals' rule as these young people are truly inspiring and amazing to work with! 



Produced in Partnership with Glasgow Life, Erskine Veterans Charity and the Scottish Middle Eastern Council, Call of Duty challenged a group of budding West End filmmakers to put their 21st Century views and visions of war to the test and see how they compare with those who have experienced it for real.  



Produced in partnership with Refrewshire LEADER Programme, Rural Renfrewshire and Me saw members of Gryffe High Media Club trained in basic filmmaking and challenged to create their very own documentary interviewing local residents of all ages to find out what they love the most and least about rural life before putting forward their individual visions for a better, healthier and happier Rural Renfrewshire.