“Lost in France” to screen at 2017 Glasgow Film Festival

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Lost in France, a documentary examining the independent music scene of Scotland in the 1990s, will be screening as part of the Glasgow Film Festival in Scotland (February 15-26, 2017).

The film is directed by Irish filmmaker Neil McCann. It is an Irish-Scottish co-production funded both by the Irish Film Board and Creative Scotland.

Lost in France features such seminal acts as Franz Ferdinand, The Delgados, Mogwai, Bis and Arab Strap, who were part of the Scottish independent music scene of the 1990s, which was led by cult label Chemikal Underground, on a journey to Brittany to restage a concert. This allows them the characters the opportunity to re-connect after many years.

Lost in France previously screened at such festivals as the Edinburgh Film Festival, Scotland, and the Galway Film Fleadh, Ireland.

Lost in France from Still Films on Vimeo.

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