Queensferry Crossing, Our Bridge

Plum recently had a wonderful opportunity to create a promotional film for the opening of the Queensferry Crossing bridge. The stars of the show were undoubtedly the children of Bankton Primary School performing a song they penned especially about the iconic Queensferry Crossing. This performance deserved to be the showpiece of our film ‘Queensferry Crossing, Our Bridge’.

And the fun didn’t stop there! At the opening ceremony of the Queensferry Crossing, some of the stars from Bankton Primary School had the joy of meeting Her Majesty the Queen, and presented her with a beautiful ‘Bankton posy’ (which she carried with her for the rest of the ceremony). The crew and cast had a memorable shoot, full of laughs and memories and supported every step of the way by the incredible staff at Bankton. We couldn’t have made the film without such teamwork, and we think the results show in the final film.

As Elaine Barrie of Transport Scotland summarises beautifully in our film –
“three bridges, all built in a different century and all different designs… and you don’t find that anywhere else on the planet”.


Watch the film HERE

Plums new film for Church of Scotland

Plum’s new film for Church of Scotland 

We’ve just wrapped up post on a short film, created to launch Church of Scotland’s new initiative ASCEND

Ascend brings together a range of services and opportunities for those in ministry, and at the heart of this new provision is a safe space that enables meaningful support and development.

Filming at a few of the Church’s glorious locations in and around Edinburgh and Glasgow, we got to meet Ministers and hear how the initiative has had a positive effect so far, and how they hope to benefit from it in the future.


Watch the film HERE

The Northleach Horror plays Glasgow Short Film Festival!


Last year Plum oversaw production of comedy horror short THE NORTHLEACH HORROR – A short film commissioned by the Scottish Film Talent Network (SFTN) as part of their Emerging Talent scheme.


After a premiere at the EIFF last summer, the film continues it’s run playing this Saturday in the Glasgow Short Film Festival in the Scottish Competition 3: Privilege category.


You can catch the film this Saturday 18th March at 6.45pm in Glasgow’s Centre for Contemporary Arts (CCA)…


More HERE.