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Whispers from the Dead
A Glasgow Tale

Whispers from the Dead explores the creation and history of the famous 37-acre Necropolis cemetery near the City Centre in Glasgow Scotland. The cemetery is a window to how Victorian-era deaths were treated in the 19th and early 20th centuries in the United Kingdom. Scottish society and the divisions of class, even in death, are on full display.

Now on the film festival circuit. A sneak peek is available on Vimeo.


Laura Forster's Great War

Dr. Laura Elizabeth Forster was an Australian scientist, physician and surgeon renowned for her research in diseases. Coming from a military family, she had a sense of adventure and duty to her country and her adopted country of England. She volunteered to serve as a surgeon at the front lines when the First World War broke out in 1914, but the Royal Army Medical Corps refused to allow women surgeons in operating theaters near the front. Rather than submit to the RAMC's whims, she embarked on a nearly three-year journey to Belgium, France, the Caucasus, Turkey and Russia. She took charge of hospitals to provide critical care to soldiers and refugees alike. The strain of travel under harsh conditions would ultimately lead to her death in Russia in 1917.


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Ajyal (Generations)

Ajyal is a multi-generational story of Saudi women's dramatic experiences through the decades beginning with the first Saudi Arabian state-approved school for girls in 1960 through the 1979 Islamic Revolution to the post-9/11 era. Filming is scheduled to begin in the late 2023 with release in late 2024. Keep an eye on this page for more details as they come.

Video:: Kevin MacLeod/Rob Wagner

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