Walk Me Home (Timothy Neat | UK | 1993 | 15)
Timothy Neat | UK | 1993 | 15
After ‘Play Me Something’, Timothy Neat collaborated again with John Berger on Walk Me Home, a film that has not been seen in Edinburgh since 1993, which will screen here from a newly digitized version. Shot in Hamburg and Inchkenneth, and starring Berger with an appearance from the late, great Norman Maclean, ‘Walk Me Home’ is about love, imagination and comradeship, serving here as a timely celebration of Scotland’s connections with Europe.
This screening was introduced with traditional songs from Arthur Watson and followed by an audience discussion led by TRACS’ Donald Smith and University of Edinburgh’s Fraser MacDonald.