Following huge success on the international film festival circuit, Matt Hulse's biopic of deaf Aberdeenshire cyclist James Duthie returns home to bonnie Scotland, narrowly avoiding head-on collision with the oncoming Tour de France.

 

DUMMY JIM: A WEE TOUR kicks off at the Glasgow Film Theatre on Sunday 6th July. Director Matt Hulse and lead actor Samuel Dore will be in attendance (BSL interpreted) plus a live performance by film composers The Twelve Hour Foundation before visiting venues throughout Scotland.

 

 

Sunday 6th of July, 7.30pm

Glasgow Film Theatre

with BSL interpreted Q&A

www.glasgowfilm.org

 

Tuesday 8th of July, 7pm

Angus Arts (The Glenesk Retreat)

www.angusarts.org

 

Wednesday 9th of July, 7.30pm

Wick Lyth Arts Centre

www.lytharts.org.uk

 

Thursday 10th of July, 7.30pm

Huntly, Aberdeenshire

facebook.com > huntly-film-community

 

Friday 11th of July, 7.30pm

Woodend Barn, Banchory

www.woodendbarn.com

 

Saturday 12th of July, 2pm

Aden Country Park, Mintlaw

www.adencountrypark.org.uk

 

Sunday 13th of July,7.30pm

Eden Court, Inverness

www.eden-court.co.uk

 

Monday 14th of July, 7pm

The Salmon Bothy, Portsoy

www.salmonbothy.org.uk

 

Tuesday 15th of July, 7.30pm

Lonach Hall, Strathdon

www.lonach-hall.com

 

Thursday 17th of July, 2014

Edinburgh Film House

with BSL interpreted Q&A

www.filmhousecinema.com

 

Friday 18th of July

SECRET SCREENING

PLUS END OF TOUR KNEES-UP

(clue: The Worn Brick)