Available to watch from our website, our next Screening at Home in January 2021 will be Shireen Seno’s Big Boy (2012). Set in 1950s Mindoro in the Philippines, Seno takes inspiration from family tales and visual traces left behind by previous generations, to create an evocative and unconventional coming-of-age tale.

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Rúnar Rúnarsson, 2019, Iceland

Shot over the advent season of December 2018 to New Year’s day 2019, Echo comprises 56 single-shot vignettes that together draw a jigsaw-like portrait of modern day Iceland at Christmas time. 



Shireen Seno, 2012, Philippines

A lovingly lo-fi, Super 8 tale of a young boy, pressured by his family to ‘grow’ — not emotionally but physically. Shot on an ultra-low budget, director Shireen Seno takes inspiration from family tales as well as the visual traces left behind by previous generations, to create this evocative coming-of-age tale.

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Previous Screenings at Home

Talking About Trees film still © Suhaib Gasmelbari, 2019

Our Screenings At Home programme launched in May 2020. 

Visit our Screenings At Home archive page to see details of our previous screenings and replay recordings of our live discussions, including director Q&As and contributions from local and international guests and contributors.

Our autumn Screenings At Home programme is supported by Film Hub Scotland, part of the BFI’s Film Audience Network, and funded by Screen Scotland and Lottery funding from the BFI