Nicola Sturgeon urged to intervene over film studio impasse



Almost 250 film and television producers, directors and leading behind-the-scenes workers in Scotland have urged Nicola Sturgeon to intervene to ensure a controversial studio complex on the outskirts of Edinburgh goes ahead.
Leading figures who have worked on Outlander, Star Wars Trainspotting 2, The BFG, Whisky Galore and Sunset Song have warned the First Minister that Scotland risks lagging further behind the rest of the UK if the Pentland Studios project is rejected.
They say the lack of a studio facility means “very little” is able to be filmed over the winter months due to poor weather... read more

 
29 September 2016 in Environment, Views: 40
Source: Scotsman
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