I COULD EAT A HORSE

the project

talking about food

films

events

learning

John

Wheatley

College

A group of teenagers ponder why there's so much fuss about food. In a world where they're told constantly to eat healthily, how easy is it to do this and does it really matter? Working title - Feasterhouse

 

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Dumbarton

Road

Corridor

A film exploring what a group of children know about food - where does it come from, how is it made and who are our food roles models? A contemplation on whether our children know enough about their food. Working title - What are they Eating?

 

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The Kirti

Group at

Shanti Bhavan

Did things used to be better or do we look at the past with rose-tinted glasses? The Shanti Bhavan group draw on their personal experiences to explore how food culture has changed in their lifetimes, and the effect these changes have had on modern day Scotland's relationship with food.

 

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Garvald

Bakery

 

We are a big team, a busy team, a team who take time for each other and the work we do.  We work hard, and enjoy the bread we make, organic and artisan. We all have our own jobs to do, and the heart of our bakery beats with an anarchic rhythm.  Laughter rings out as loves bake.  Real food made by real people, we challenge you to find better bread, better bakers, or better banter!

 

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Bread

Matters

Making and breaking bread together is about so much more than just a filling and familiar meal.  The Sourdough exchange brings together people working in different communities, to share and exchange inspirations, and some perspiration.  As the team thresh, harvest, gather, mill, and bake Scottish Rye, this film asks: Why does Bread matter?

 

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Cyrenians

Edinburgh

Where does food take you?... What brought you here?...

We are all individuals, we are a community... From all around the world, the paths that led us here to this farm are different.  Our memories and stories are our own and unique... come here and we will show you....

 

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Let’s

Cook

This group of older people have been reminiscing about how they got food in the past... local shops, farms or the house pig. But it is more difficult now; some cannot drive any more, some have lost the taste for food and some are determined to keep their independence for as long as possible. But if there is only one of you left, why bother?

 

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Gatehouse

Primary

School

A group of ten children have been out foraging. Bramble crumble, roasted acorns were all cooked on the fire pit which they built, with a tasty nettle on the side!  They’ve been talking about dislikes and likes and also why they think foraging might be important.

 

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Dumfries

High School

It is the future, blackouts occur, sometimes planned, sometimes not.

 

How does this impact what we can eat?

 

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Princes

Trust

The group's film focuses on the distance that is often between us and the food we eat.  Food and food production is a major part of the local economy, in a place where butchers still have their own livestock and fishmongers buy direct from the boats and the local markets.  The film looks particularly at the contrasts between pre-packed food and the fresh locally sourced products available in local small businesses, and asks the question, how good is your food?

 

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Third

Stage

Exploring the rituals we create when we prepare meals for our families, and how these develop and change as we’ve got older.

 

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Elgin Youth cafe & Kutting Edge Youth Theatre

We're  making a film around Moray Foodbank and Moray Food Network. These are organisations providing free food boxes and cost price fruit and vegetables to people in need across Moray. The film is looking to focus on some of the young people (16 - 24) who become end users of the Foodbank service as part of a transitional living scheme in Moray.

 

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Funders & Partners:

Project produced by:

A Moment's Peace became a Scottish Charitable Incorporated Organisation (SCIO) in May 2013. Our Charity Number is SC044000.

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