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


Tuesday 8th of July, 7pm

Angus Arts (The Glenesk Retreat)


Wednesday 9th of July, 7.30pm

Wick Lyth Arts Centre


Thursday 10th of July, 7.30pm

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Friday 11th of July, 7.30pm

Woodend Barn, Banchory


Saturday 12th of July, 2pm

Aden Country Park, Mintlaw


Sunday 13th of July,7.30pm

Eden Court, Inverness


Monday 14th of July, 7pm

The Salmon Bothy, Portsoy


Tuesday 15th of July, 7.30pm

Lonach Hall, Strathdon


Thursday 17th of July, 2014

Edinburgh Film House

with BSL interpreted Q&A


Friday 18th of July



(clue: The Worn Brick)