Children of the Mist - The Lost Tribe en
Children of the mist: the lost tribe is a 2005 Scottish film short by Peter and Beverly Campbell of the Day Oot Theatre Company and Beaverock Productions. Set in Scotland, in 384AD, the film is a day in the life of a small Scottish clan and the brotherhood that formed a nation. The film was a huge collaborative community project that included support from several local Dunbartonshire organisations, including: The Milton Inn Hotel and Barnhill Estate, The Tullochan Trust, West Dunbartonshire Council, Dynamic People Solutions, Anderson Marketing and Publicity, the Royal Marines, Aggreko and Galt Transport. Clydebank College was also heavily involved in the project with their media and make-up students carrying out their work placements on the film. After an open casting call which brought people from all across Scotland to audition, over 700 people were eventually cast in the film. For some, this was their first experience of acting. [ - ]
- The Clan MacGregor are preparing for a wedding of Mhari (Annie Bergin) to the Clan Chief's son, as told through the storyteller, Rachel Wisson. The whole village are preparing for the wedding, but everyone is, as yet, unaware that a rival clan are heading their way to wage an ugly war.