Mo­bile cin­ema is back on road

The Oban Times - - News -

SCOT­LAND’S mo­bile cin­ema – the Screen Ma­chine – is back on the road fol­low­ing a ma­jor re­fur­bish­ment.

Owned and op­er­ated by Re­gional Screen Scot­land, the 80-seater HGV has been con­stantly on the road since it launched in 2005, bring­ing the magic of Hol­ly­wood and in­de­pen­dent movies to com­mu­ni­ties from Barra to Bet­ty­hill.

As well as hav­ing its hy­draulics com­pletely over­hauled – es­sen­tial for a ve­hi­cle that spends so much time on fer­ries and by the coast - the new and improved Screen Ma­chine will boast a state- of-the-art dig­i­tal pro­jec­tor and screen, newly re-up­hol­stered seats and a strik­ing new liv­ery by High­land-based de­signer Tris­tram Wool­ston.

To cel­e­brate its re­turn to the road, the Screen Ma­chine will be in Brod­ick on the Isle of Ar­ran from Tues­day June 6- 8, show­ing Pi­rates Of The Caribbean: Salazar’s Re­venge, Beauty And The Beast, Moon­light, and Daniel Rad­cliffe in Rosen­crantz and Guilden­stern Are Dead from the Na­tional Theatre in Lon­don.

The mo­bile cin­ema has been given re-up­hol­stered seat­ing and a dig­i­tal pro­jec­tor.

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