Directed by Tweedie (trailer)


WORLD PREMIERE – Edinburgh Int. Film Festival 2014
WINNER – 2015 Scottish Short Film Award
NOMINATED - Best British Short Film, London Film Critics Circle Awards 2016
NOMINATED – CHANNEL 4 Award for Innovation in Storytelling
NOMINATED - Jury Award, Best Short Film, British Shorts, Berlin 2016
SCREENED – ZagrebDox 2015
SCREENED – Inverness Int. Film Festival 2014
SCREENED – Hackney Picturehouse – Whirlygig Spotlights, in association with London Short Film Festival
SCREENED – Glasgow Short Film Festival 2015
SCREENED – Flatpack Film Festival 2015 (in competition)
WINNER – Fife Independent Film Expo – Best Documentary
SCREENED – GFT, Glasgow 15-18th May (before Sundance winner Dark Horse feature film)
SCREENED – Xpo North 2015
SCREENED – Greenwich Int. Film Festival 2015, USA (in competition)
SCREENED – Future Shorts Glasgow, August 2015
SCREENED – Dunoon Film Festival 2015
SCREENED – Ickle Film Festival, Dundee (RUNNER UP - Best Film)
SCREENED – Luminate, Creative Ageing Festival 2015 – 12 locations around Scotland
SCREENED - IndieCork Film Festival, Ireland, Oct 2015
SCREENED - International Day Of Older Persons & Short Sighted Cinema, London, 20th Oct 2015
SCREENED - Hot Springs Documentary Film Festival, Arkansas, USA, Oct 2015
SCREENED – Jekabpils, Latvia (in association with Riga Shorts)
SCREENED – Szczecin European Film Festival 2015
SCREENED - Seville Film Festival 2015
SCREENED - ZubrOFFka Short Film Festival 2015
SCREENED - Cromarty Film Festival 2015
SCREENED - DocHeads, Dec 2015
SCREENED - Festival Film Dokumenter, Indonesia, Dec 2015

“Very touching and also very funny.” – Alan Berliner

“Deftly constructed, playful, cheerful, charming, Directed By Tweedie is affectionate, engaging, and a great indicator of talent.” – EyeforFilm 4.5star review.

“A delightful film that strikes on subtle inter-generational differences, capturing personality and a charming ordinariness.” – Gorilla Film Magazine

“Extremely comical…. a personal reflection on the medium of film itself.” - Corstosfera

Making a film when you're 87 is less than convenient. As granddad ‘Tweedie’ reluctantly takes up his new role as a filmmaker, we’re invited to examine the difficulties of communication between the generations.

Will Tweedie start to see the world differently when looking at things through the lens of his 23year old grandson, or will he simply be wondering what's for pudding?

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