Mobile cinema is back on road
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.