The Great Tuck Shop Robbery
Official Selection: Glasgow Short Film Festival 2013
A very short taster of our short film touring the festivals in 2013. Inspired by the adventures of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid a group of boys set out on an action packed adventure, only to learn the two great tragedies of life. Not getting what you want and then actually getting it.
Written by Liam Young
Directed and Produced by Martin Glegg and Liam Young
Assistant Producer Kirsty McFarlane
Sound Mastering Rikki Traynor
Director of Photography Ross Williamson
Camera Operator Stuart Glegg
Composition Charlie Jefferson
Runner John Stowe
Editing and Grading Martin Glegg
Martin’s visual work is based between Vancouver and Scotland. With experience in production and post, his work has been captured for both broadcast and client-based work. Including recent projects with the BBC, the Scottish Documentary Institute and Hopscotch Films. Martin has films in both documentary and fiction hitting the festival circuit in 2013.
With higher education in both film and ecology and a passion for environmental and social innovation, Martin’s work can help you explore and develop new ideas and engage with new audiences.
- Degree in Film Production, Southbank University, London
- Film Exhibited, National Portrait Gallery, London
- Radio Presenter, BBC, Orkney
- Event Co-ordinator, BBC, Glasgow
- Visual Co-ordinator, Royal Scottish Conservatoire, Glasgow
- Masters In Human Ecology, Strathclyde University, Glasgow
- Teacher and Moving Image Co-ordinator, Creative Scotland, Glasgow
- Freelance, Channel X Comedy, London
- Freelance, BBC and Hopscotch Films, Glasgow
- Freelance, Scottish Documentary Institute, Scotland
- Film Premiered, Architecture and Design Film Festival, New York
- Camera Operator, BBC News, Scotland
- Film Premiered, Glasgow Film Festival
- Video Journalist, Monocle Magazine, London
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Nature in the City
This film explores the relationships we have with nature and each other in a disturbing, but fascinating, alternative future. This project is being developed in collaboration with writing partner Liam Young.