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Frame by Frame Tues 19th May, 7til 9.30pm Paisley Art Centre – making local film matter!


Hope to see you there DVD in hand!.

In addition we have a Q & A with Jenni and Grant Mason from PACE Productions about their recent full length drama ‘I am Me’.

Also lined up for this month will be the Richard Warden produced short ‘As He Lay Falling’ and clips from Friday Productions new film about the Alamo Bar in Paisley!


Please share with your networks if relevant/possible… 😉

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Frame by Frame News



Next Frame by Frame is on March 17th at 7pm til 9.30 at Paisley Art Centre. Though not essential, we have a theme:

‘Local and Social History ‘

So if you have something that fits bring it along. If not bring something anyway! We hope to bring you our usual mix of film, networking and (hopefully) local filmmaking opportunities!



Local filmmaker and Frame by Frame special guest Nick Afchain is showing his amazing new short ‘My Sanctuary’ at Paisley Art Centre on Sat Feb 28th at 7.30pm as part of the Glasgow Film Festival screening of Joe Strummer documentary ‘I Need a Dodge’.

Tickets £5 T: 0300 300 1210


You may also want to check out these workshops provided by CREATE Paisley.


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Frame by Frame


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Frame by Frame

Frame by Frame is an opportunity for local film-makers to come and show their films at Paisley Art Centre.  Over the last six months we have shown over 20 films to packed audiences.  Special Guests have included Lochwinnoch film-maker Kevin Cameron and local director Gary Hewitt. Each month a different member of the local art scene hosts the event and the aim is to nurture Renfrewshire’s emergent film scene. 

So if you want to show your film, want to meet other film-makers or just want to see short films Frame by Frame is the place to come to.  Simply bring your film on DVD on the night and we will show it. (Max length 15 min without prior arrangement.) 


This month we are showing locally produced documentary ‘Young Witherspoon’ by Friday Films and Chris Holmes of the upcoming Paisley Film Festival will be launching an exciting opportunity for local film-makers to get their work screened. 

Entry £2 
Venue Paisley Art Centre 
Date: Tuesday Aug 12th 
Time: 7pm til 9.30 pm 

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