- Alistair Braidwood
The GFF 2021 Podcasts: The Iorram (Boat Song) Interview…
Updated: Mar 4, 2021
For the latest in out series of Glasgow Film Festival podcasts Ali spoke to director, producer, and cinematographer Alastair Cole to talk about his film Iorram (Boat Song), which is the first cinema documentary entirely in Scots Gaelic.
Alastair talks about the unusual structure of the film, the vital importance of audio archive, the different types of cinematography used, the problems with filming at sea, connecting stories across time, and so much more.
Here’s the trailer:
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