Home movies from the National Library of Scotland are included in a BBC programme due to be broadcast this weekend.
Supplied from the Library's Scottish Screen Archive, the footage is part of a nostalgic look at how making home movies became a cultural phenomenon in Scotland.
From the earliest film-making in the 1920s to the dynamic 1960s, 'Scotland's home movies' shows how home movie making reflected changes in society. As well as cine film from the Library and other sources, the programme features some of the makers and stars of the movies themselves.
The hour-long film, narrated by actor Richard Madden, is scheduled for BBC1 Scotland on Sunday 9 August. A short series of follow-up programmes is also being planned.
4 August 2015