Frank Marshall

  • 1930
  • UK
  • 1h 30min
  • Directed by: Frank Marshall

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Frank Marshall (1896­1979) is one of Scotland's lesser-known film talents. He made the family story film his own particular reserve, firstly with his son and daughter and then later his grandchildren as willing actors. He wrote, directed, produced, edited and sometimes acted in his films which are often pervaded with his wry and gentle humour. He also built and designed his own Library of Scotland Scottish sets and props. During his lifetime he produced over 120 films of different genres, achieving frequent national and international success at amateur film festivals. This screening will be introduced by Professor Karen Lury of the University of Glasgow. Part of Glasgow Film Festival 2012: Short Film Festival.

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