Written By Lindsay, 5 years ago
Thursday’s outdoor projection event was a great success, despite a few frozen toes and was, for me personally, a huge reward and sense of achievement to have the film presented on the site I initially proposed for the work.
It was quite a powerful sight to have ‘One Hundred Blinks’ projected upon Forth Valley Royal Hospital. Visitors, staff and patients stopped to watch the 100 faces change through the ages, each one 40ft high. One visitor approached with her young daughter to tell me they had been sitting in their car and watched the entire film, feeling as if they were at a drive-in. Another highlight was Annie Barker coming to see the film and her key part as the face of the 100 year old.
The site was perfect and appeared meant for screenings. It is possible that Forth Valley Royal Hospital may use the site to deliver health information to the local community.
A gallery below shows more documentation of the event. Thanks to Iain White for his invaluable technical support, to Peter Dibdin Photography with help documenting the event and to Babs McCool and Forth Valley Royal Hospital for their support.