Scottish Documentary Institute is an internationally recognised research centre at Edinburgh College of Art specialised in documentary training, production and distribution. SDI Productions made I AM BREATHING in co-production with Danish Documentary.
Our mission is to stimulate and inspire the documentary scene through creative excellence and international outlook. Our films have played at major film festivals, such as Sundance, Cannes, Hot Docs, Tribeca, Full Frame, Silverdocs, IDFA, Cinéma du Reel, Vision du Réel, and Leipzig, and they have picked up major awards and nominations.
Discover other documentaries made in Scotland at www.scotdoc.com
The MND Association is the only national charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland that funds and promotes global research into the disease and provides support for people affected by MND.
We fund and promote cutting-edge research to find the causes of MND and identify treatments. We provide care and support, for example through our helpline, financial support and equipment loan services. We also raise awareness of MND and campaign hard for improvements in health and social care.
All of us at the MND Association share a vision of a world free of MND. Our work relies on the generosity of our supporters and the dedication and commitment of our volunteers. Find out more at www.mndassociation.org
Edinburgh International Film Festival, established in 1947, is renowned around the world for discovering and promoting the very best in international cinema – and for heralding and debating changes in global filmmaking.
Intimate in its scale, ambitious in its scope, and fuelled by pure passion for cinema in all its manifestations, EIFF seeks to spotlight the most exciting and innovative new film talent, in a setting steeped in history.
Notable films premiered in recent years have included: THE IMPOSTER, BRAVE, TABU, THE HURT LOCKER, MOON, FISH TANK, LET THE RIGHT ONE IN, MAN ON WIRE, CONTROL, KNOCKED UP, RATATOUILLE, LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, AN INCONVENIENT TRUTH, TSOTSI and BILLY ELLIOT. More at www.edfilmfest.org.uk