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Living Proof: Available to Stream for Free

Scotland’s climate story continues online.

Following a nationwide screening tour, Living Proof: A Climate Story continues to be available to stream for free, with Audio Description and SDH captions available.

Living Proof, a new programme from Scotland’s Moving Image Archive, explores the country’s complex relationship to the global climate crisis through film and music. It has now completed a successful tour of over 30 cinemas in Scotland, beginning with Take One Action Film Festival in Edinburgh. Director Emily Munro took an active role in the tour, speaking to audiences across the country about her filmmaking process and Scotland’s climate story. Read more about the film and the tour here.

Film Hub Scotland and the National Library of Scotland have made the film available to stream for free and in accessible formats. In the wake of COP26, we hope that this will inspire the continuation of urgent climate conversations, while increasing access to archive films across the whole of the UK.

The film will be available to stream via INDY On Demand until11:59, Mon 31 January, and will continue to be available via Stream Screen Argyll until 11:59, Thurs 31 March.

The film will also be available for FIAF members and associates worldwide via FIAF’s closed streaming platform, 1 Feb – 30 April.

Want to learn more about Living Proof? Explore a range of multimedia resources here, including an interactive map of archive pieces within the film, a podcast about Scotland’s energy history, and a new mix of birdsong provided by the Scottish Ornithologists’ Club.