Previous Tours

HippFest on Tour

Previous tours of new commissioned work that has premiered at the festival include:

 

The Fall of the House of Usher (1928) Barbican London April 2022. 
Musicians: Stephen Horne and Elizabeth-Jane Baldry Photo credit: La Chute de la Maison Usher de Jean Epstein © Collection de La cinémathèque française 

Rob Roy (1922) - 7 venue tour to Shetland, Dumfries, Stirling Castle, Inverness,
Dunoon. Edinburgh and Glasgow, 2019/20. Musician: David Allison David Allison’s terrific live score, which combines pipes and drums and flutes and strings to create a contemporary soundtrack which hints at but far from replicates the tartan and twee romanticism of the Highlands.”  Reviewsphere


Together (1956) - 
4 venue tour to Glasgow, Belfast, Cardiff and London’s Barbican,
2017/18.  Musicians: Raymond MacDonald and Christian Ferlaino


By the Law (1926) - 7 venue Scottish tour 2017 ««««Mesmerising” The Skinny. 
Musician: RM Hubbert


Stella Dallas (1925) Official selection Cinema Ritrovato, Bologna 2016. 
Musicians: Stephen Horne and Elizabeth-Jane Baldry

Salt for Svanetia (1930) - 6 venue Scottish tour. Official selection Creative Scotland
‘Made in Scotland’ 2015/16 “Impresses with bitingly melodic and richly textured music
matching the film’s mighty scenic grandeur.”«««« The Scotsman. 
Musicians: Moishe’s Bagel


Wunder der Schopfung (1925) - 7 venue Scottish tour. Official selection Cambridge Film Festival 2016. “A bold but beautifully judged reappraisal of a ground-breaking movie from almost a century ago.” ««««« The Scotsman.  Musicians: Herschel 36


Annie Laurie (1927), Barbican London 2015.  Musicians: Shona Mooney,
Alasdair Paul, Amy Thatcher


The Lost Art of the Film Explainer on Tour - 4 venue community tour, 2015. 
Performers: Andy Cannon, Frank McLaughlin and Wendy Wetherby.
Photo credit Tom Duffin


Dragnet Girl (1933) - 7 venue Scottish tour 2014. “One of Ozu’s most enjoyable
departures 
now complemented by Jane Gardner's sensual, sumptuous, shape-shifting
score
.” Scotland on Sunday. 
Musician: Jane Gardner

The Black Pirate (1926Official selection 2014 Commonwealth Games Cultural
Programme. Musicians: Jane Gardner and Hazel Morrison

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