The Renfrew Rhymer is a new film on the life of Walter McCorrisken. With the help of Walter’s son, Richard, filmmaker, Paul Russell tells the amazing story of the Renfrew poet and writer’s life
The P7 year at Gallowhill Primary School took part in a film-making project facilitated by visual artist Hannah Fox and spoken word artist Cat Hepburn. Hannah and Cat worked with all the P7 pupils making the transition from primary school to high school in 2020 to make a short film - The Gallowhill All Stars. The film is a unique capturing in time of the children; celebrating each child’s identity, wishes and their hopes for the future.
We are presenting a few films about Tannahill to celebrate his birthday. The initial film is from 1974 by Falconer Houston and is enacted by pupils from Castlehead High school. The film is followed by three poems brought to life by local community groups.
When Renfrew Roared, features footage of the final and interviews with Renfrew Juniors legendary centre forward, Jimmy Rundell –and fan, Campbell McGregor. There were 49,000 fans at Hampden on May 19 1962, for the final between Renfrew and Kirkintilloch Rob Roy. The match ended a 1-1 draw, with Jimmy Rundell scoring, but unfortunately, Renfrew lost 1-0 in the replay, which was also staged at the national stadium.
Renfrew On Film An evening celebrating five years of local music and archive film. Featuring music from Renfrew Burgh Band and Alistair Iain Paterson. Special Guest Ann Cameron from National Library of Scotland Moving Image Archive