M.E. Moray to feature on silver screen in highest village in the Highlands, 11 April 2011

ME and the Family from Digital Stories on Vimeo.

The Screen Machine – Scotland’s own touring cinema – will be in Tomintoul, the highest village in the Highlands, to show a number of films from the Moray Carers Digital Story Project on Monday, April 11. They will include this nine-minute film ‘ME and the Family’ featuring Karen and Rob Cox – who can’t quite agree on the role that Rob has in the family.

The screening will take place in Tomintoul car park at 2pm and visitors will be able to watch the selection of the films after the articulated lorry which carts the cinema unfolds to provide an 80-seat cinema with air-conditioning and disabled access.

The Digital Story Project tells stories about unpaid carers in Moray describing their experiences, concerns and contributions to society.
Places will be limited on April 11 so people should book well ahead. Please phone 01343 540990 or email: will.burgess@moraycarers.co.uk

For more information about the Moray Carers Project, please visit www.moraycarers.co.uk

And to contact M.E. Moray, tel 01343 813 999 or 01342 842 289 or visit www.memoray.org.uk

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