Directed by Bill Forsyth.
91 minutes; released 1981.
Gregory loses his place on his high school soccer team, only to fall in love with the girl who's replaced him. Starring John Gordon Sinclair, Dee Hepburn, Jake D'Arcy and Clare Grogan.
Directed by Peter Mullan.
98 minutes; released 1998.
Brought together by their mother's death, four siblings of a Scottish Catholic working class family are propelled into a comical nightmare of absurd mishaps and bittersweet mayhem.
Directed by Simon Miller.
88 minutes; released 2007.
A young man's curiosity about his family history leads him on an adventure to one of Scotland's most treacherous mountains. Seachd is the first contemporary Scots Gaelic feature film. In Gaelic with English and Spanish subtitles. This is a Region 2 DVD and may not be compatible with all DVD players.
Directed by Danny Boyle.
94 minutes; released 1996.
An intimate look inside the subculture of heroin abuse in Scotland based on the novel by Irvine Welsh. Audio-track available in English or French. Starring Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle, Jonny Lee Miller and Kelly Macdonald.
Directed by Ronald Neame.
106 minutes; released 1960.
A whiskey-drinking commanding officer of a peacetime Scottish battalion and his educated, by-the-book rival become locked in a fierce battle for control of the battalion and the hearts and minds of its men. Starring Alec Guinness.