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Wednesday, January 8, 2014

I Could Eat a Horse in D&G

I COULD EAT A HORSE is a Scotland-wide film arts project reflecting on food, daily rituals and the broader context of food production, accessibility and consumption. Here are three films made by the Dumfries and Galloway creative team, storyteller and dramaturge Anne Errington, film-maker Drew Johnstone and composer/sound engineer John Dinning. Gatehouse Primary school made one film, another was made with Dumfries High School Drama students and the third with the Let's Cook food group, a community group for adults in rural Dumfries and Galloway who cook together to help increase the members’ independence, enabling them to stay in their own homes for as long as possible.
The other national project teams are in Greater Glasgow, Edinburgh and the surrounding areas, and Aberdeenshire. Each film is led by and reflects the passions and concerns of the participants involved. For more info, head to the I Could Eat a Horse website 

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