RAISED FROM STONE

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Places:

  • Aberdeen
  • Aberdeenshire
  • Angus
  • Borders
  • Dunbartonshire
  • Edinburgh
  • Fife
  • Glasgow
  • Morayshire
  • Orkney Islands
  • Perth and Perthshire
  • Roxburghshire
  • Shetland Islands
  • Stirlingshire
  • West Lothian

Subjects:

  • Architecture and buildings
  • Celts and celtic culture
  • Education

Genres:

  • Sponsored

People/organisations:

  • Grigor, Murray

Decade:

  • 1970s

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Title: RAISED FROM STONE

Reference number: 3126

Date: 1975*

Director: d. Murray Grigor

Sponsor: The Scottish Civic Trust

Production company: Viz Ltd.

Sound: sound

Original format: 16mm

Colour: col

Fiction: non-fiction

Running time: 24.54 mins

Description: A look at the distinctive styles of Scottish architecture which have arisen over the years from Skara Brae to Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Also known by working title 'Scottish Architecture'.

Credits: nar. Maurice Lindsay
m. The Cowans
sd. Neil Ross
ph. Jon Schorstein
ed. Patrick Higson
assistant. Mike Courtier
w. Maurice Lindsay & James Stephens Curl

Shotlist: standing stones (0.26) The Old Man of Hoy (0.42) The Scottish coastline (0.58) Ints of Skara Brae (1.23) W/s of Skara Brae (1.29) Ints of one of the dwellings (1.49) The House of the Dead (2.22) The Broch of Mousa in Shetland (2.49) Gvs the towers of Brechin tower and Abernethy (3.13) Various stone carvings (3.52) Dunning Kirk tower (4.01) Gvs abbeys including Kelso and Auchindoire (4.25) The Cathedral of St Magnus in Orkney (5.02) Leuchars in Fife (5.43) Rait Castle in Nairn (6.05) Ints and Exts of Glasgow Cathedral (6.40) Kildrummy Castle (6.51) Bothwick Castle (7.17) Linlithgow Palace (7.42) Details of Stirling Castle (8.17) Falkland Palace (8.55) The fortified walls of Edzell Castle (9.15) Towers as a feature of 17th century Scots architecture (9.44) C/u of a pepperpot tower (10.08) Gvs Claypots in Angus (11.17) Gvs Craigievar House and its grounds (12.18) Ints of the House (13.26) The decor in Crathes Castle (14.22) Exts Crathes, Fraser, Fyvie and Drumlanrig Castles (15.05) Gvs Lochleven ruins (15.26) Examples of Sir William Bruce's architecture (16.16) Holyrood House and courtyard (16.28) Examples of William Adams' architecture (18.06) Neoclassicism - Royal High School in Edinburgh, St. Vincent Street Church, Dean College of Education, Donaldson's School for the Deaf and the Necropolis in Glasgow (19.37) The Wallace Monument (20.00) Window detail of the east elevation of the Glasgow School of Art (20.28) The west front of the school (20.40) The south west corner as compared to Claypots (21.04) Scotland Street School compared with Kildrummy (21.21) The Hatrack in Glasgow (office building) (21.31) Windows of Gardener's store (21.41) The Lion Chamber in Glasgow (22.06) The modern seminary buildings and 19th century baronial castle of Cardross (22.38) Ints and exts of Kliche Castle (23.37) Kinkell Castle and Gerald Laine's sculptures (23.57) Standing stones (24.45) ecs (24.54)