16 years Till Summer

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Description

Emma Davie was the story editor on this feature documentary by Lou McLoughan, developed as a result of work on her short film 'Caring for Calum'. In a nutshell '16 days till summer' explores how documentary film can represent ambiguity and redemption, following an ex prisoner coming to terms with a new life in the Highlands. The film was nominated for a Scottish BAFTA.

This dataset is held in the Edinburgh DataVault, directly accessible only to authorised University of Edinburgh users. External users may request access to a copy of the data by contacting the Principal Investigator, Contact Person or Data Manager named on this page. University of Edinburgh users who wish to have direct access should consult the information about retrieving data from the DataVault at: http://www.ed.ac.uk/is/research-support/datavault.

Abstract

After 16 years in prison, Uisdean returns home to the highlands looking for forgiveness. As he fights for control over his story and the chance to start again with his father and girlfriend, the truth slips seamlessly between portraits of him as carer and murderer. Compelling storytelling and stunning imagery describe a struggle for redemption, interrupted, in the Highlands of Scotland. ## Access ##
This dataset is held in the Edinburgh DataVault, directly accessible only to authorised University of Edinburgh users. External users may request access to a copy of the data by contacting the Principal Investigator, Contact Person or Data Manager named on this page or email CAHSS REF: [email protected]. University of Edinburgh users who wish to have direct access should consult the information about retrieving data from the DataVault at: http://www.ed.ac.uk/is/research-support/datavault .
Date made available15 Apr 2015
PublisherEdinburgh DataVault
Date of data production15 Apr 2015
Geographical coverageScotland
  • 16 Years till Summer

    Davie, E. & McLoughlan, L., 15 Apr 2015

    Research output: Non-textual formDigital or Visual Products

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