Films for the Year of Natural Scotland 2013

Showcasing Scotland's landscapes, wildlife and biodiversity on screen

Screenings of films and television showing across Scotland



Byland is a specially commissioned project for Natural Scotland on Screen as a legacy production for the Year of Natural Scotland film collection. The original poem is written by Scottish writer Sophie Cooke, inspired by film from the Scottish Screen Archive.
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Natural Scotland on Screen website 


Your gateway to the Natural Scotland on Screen programme
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Everything you need to know about the Year of Natural Scotland and the screening programme
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A timeline of Scottish film and television, highlighting those productions with a 'natural' feature
Go to History page

Film Collection

See all the films we have selected to showcase how Scotland has been used as a location and as a narrative element in cinema
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Television Collection

See all the television programmes we have selected for our "Small Screen Scotland" strand - includes drama, documentary and series.
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Take a look at our diary of screenings and events. Some screenings are in cinemas, others are in 'non-theatrical venues. Check your region.
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A comprehensive map showing all the 'natural' places and features in Scotland that appear in the collection
Go to Locations page

The natural connection

Details of all the important geographical, wildlife and biodiversity information that relates to the films in our collection (work in progress)
Go to Natural page

Contact us

If you have any questions or comments, please get in touch. We would love to hear your thoughts on our programme
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